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Priscilla Bonner (1899–1996)


Priscilla Bonner was born on February 17, 1899 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. She was an actress, known for Charley's Aunt (1925), 3 Bad Men (1926) and The False Alarm (1926). She was married to Dr. E. Bertrand Woolfan and Allen Wynes Alexander. She died on February 21, 1996 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Charley's Aunt Kitty Verdun
(1925)
3 Bad Men Millie
(1926)
The False Alarm Bessie Flannigan
(1926)
The Red Kimona Gabrielle
(1925)

Filmography

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 1940 Melody Ranch
Saloon Hostess (uncredited)
 1929 Girls Who Dare
Sally Casey
 1928 Maude Muller (Short)
Maud Muller
 1928 Golden Shackles
Lucy Weston
 1928 Outcast Souls
Alice Davis
 1927 Broadway After Midnight
Queenie Morgan / Gloria Livingston
 1927 The Prince of Headwaiters
Faith Cable
 1927 Paying the Price
One of Gordon's Daughters
 1927 Long Pants
Harry's Bride (Priscilla)
 1927 It
Molly
 1926 The False Alarm
Bessie Flannigan
 1926 The Strong Man
Mary Brown
 1926 3 Bad Men
Millie
 1926 The Earth Woman
Sally
 1925 The Red Kimona
Gabrielle
 1925 Drusilla with a Million
Sally May Ferris
 1925 The White Desert
Mrs. Foster
 1925 Proud Flesh
San Francisco Girl
 1925 The Mansion of Aching Hearts
A City Girl
 1925 Charley's Aunt
Kitty Verdun
 1924 Chalk Marks
Betty Towner
 1924 Tarnish
Aggie
 1924 Hold Your Breath
Mary
 1923 April Showers
Shannon O'Rourke
 1923 Pitfalls of a Big City (Short)
Rodney's Sweetheart
 1923 Where's My Wandering Boy This Evening? (Short)
Nell - Rodney's Sweetheart
 1923 The Purple Dawn
Ruth Ketchell
 1923 Gallopin' Through
Bert Wayne's Wife (as Priscilla Brown)
 1922 Shadows
Mary Brent
 1921 The Son of Wallingford
Mary Curtis
 1921 Home Stuff
Susan Deep
 1921 Bob Hampton of Placer
Schoolteacher
 1920 Officer 666
Sadie
 1920 The Man Who Had Everything
Prue Winn
 1920 Honest Hutch
Ellen
 1920 Homer Comes Home
Rachel Prouty
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Personal Details

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | 8 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

Priscilla Brown | Priscilla B. Woolfan

Height:

5' 1" (1.55 m)
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

Daddy gave me one year. I promised to come home if I wasn't successful. It never occurred to me that I wouldn't make good. I was so spoiled as a child that I just expected all the things I wanted to come my way. To the amazement of everyone but me, they did. See more »

Trivia:

Was personally hired by John Barrymore and contractually signed to appear as his co-star in The Sea Beast (1926). Later, however, she was shocked when it was announced in the press that she was being replaced by gorgeous Dolores Costello, who met the star actor on the studio lot and later married him. Hugely disappointed, Priscilla received her full salary and a kind letter from Barrymore. See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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