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Hayden Coffin (1862–1935)

Hayden Coffin was born on April 22, 1862 in Manchester, England as Charles Hayden Coffin. He was an actor, known for Queen of My Heart (1917), It's Always the Woman (1916) and Umbrella Dance, San Toy (1900). He was married to Adeline Hayden Coffin. He died on December 8, 1935 in Kensington, London, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Queen of My Heart The Singer
It's Always the Woman Major Sterrington
Umbrella Dance, San Toy Captain Preston
The Bigamist Arthur Greville


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 1930 School for Scandal
Sir Harry Bumper
 1920 Foolish Monte Carlo
Lord Carfour (as C. Hayden Coffin)
 1917 Queen of My Heart
The Singer
 1916 The Bigamist
Arthur Greville
 1916 It's Always the Woman
Major Sterrington
 1900 Umbrella Dance, San Toy (Short)
Captain Preston

Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Lionel Monckton's musical, "The Quaker Girl," at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Gertie Millar, Joseph Coyne, Phyllis Le Grand, and Elsie Spain in the cast. See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | 4 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

C. Hayden Coffin

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Coffin was born in Manchester. His parents were from Maine in the U.S., and his father was a dentist. Coffin passed the preliminary examinations to enter the College of Surgeons, but decided instead to become an actor. In 1883, he performed at St. George's Hall in London as Tom Gilroy in H. J. Byron's "Partners for Life" and as Vivid in "Monsieur Jacques". See more »

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