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Audrey Ferris (1909–1990)

Audrey Ferris was born on August 30, 1909 in Detroit, Michigan, USA as Audrey Kellar. She was an actress, known for Slightly Used (1927), The Little Wildcat (1928) and Fancy Baggage (1929). She died on May 3, 1990 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Slightly Used
Slightly Used Helen Martin
The Little Wildcat
Fancy Baggage
Fancy Baggage Naomi Iverson
Beware of Bachelors
Beware of Bachelors May, the wife


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 1935 The Marriage Bargain
Mabel Stanhope
 1933 Justice Takes a Holiday
Margaret Walker
 1932 Honeymoon Beach (Short)
Connie Watts
 1932 That Rascal (Short)
 1932 Taxi!
Dance Contestant (uncredited)
 1930 Undertow
 1929 Honky Tonk
Jean Gilmore
 1929 Glad Rag Doll
Bertha Fairchild
 1929 Fancy Baggage
Naomi Iverson
 1928 The Little Wildcat
 1928 Beware of Bachelors
May, the wife
 1928 Women They Talk About
Audrey Hughes
 1928 The Lion and the Mouse
Bit Part (uncredited)
 1928 Rinty of the Desert
 1928 The Question of Today (Short)
The Debutante
 1928 Powder My Back
Ruth Stevens
 1928 Beware of Married Men
Helene Martin
 1927 Ginsberg the Great
 1927 The Silver Slave
Janet Randall
 1927 Sailor Izzy Murphy
Izzy's girl
 1927 The Jazz Singer
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1927 Slightly Used
Helen Martin
 1927 Woman's Law
Rose La Pierre
 1927 Ask Dad (Short)

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Dark-haired leading lady of silent cinema who started on stage as a dancer and violinist. She moved to Hollywood in 1926, where her chief claim to fame was being leading lady to Rin Tin Tin. In 1928, she became a WAMPAS Baby Star and was eventually signed by Warner Brothers. Her career declined with the advent of sound and she drifted into obscurity. So much so, that her death in 1990 went ... See more »

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