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Rea Martin

Rea Martin is an actress, known for His Poor Little Girl (1915), Gwendolyn, the Sewing Machine Girl (1914) and The Coquette (1915). See full bio »

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Known For

His Poor Little Girl
His Poor Little Girl The Poor Girl
(1915)
The Coquette
The Coquette Doris Cadwell - The Coquette
(1915)
When Hearts Are Young
When Hearts Are Young Adeline Ross
(1915)

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 1916 The Eternal Challenge (Short)
The Society Butterfly
 1916 Alias Mr. Jones (Short)
Dolly
 1915 Her Stepchildren (Short)
 1915 The Coquette
Doris Cadwell - The Coquette
 1915 Bobby's Bargain (Short)
Bobby's Mother
 1915 The Little Scapegoat (Short)
The Little Scapegoat's Rich Cousin
 1915 A Much-Needed Lesson (Short)
The Young Wife
 1915 His Poor Little Girl (Short)
The Poor Girl
 1915 When Hearts Are Young (Short)
Adeline Ross
 1914/I The Cricket on the Hearth (Short)
Maid
 1914 Gwendolyn, the Sewing Machine Girl (Short)
Gwendolyn
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Other Works:

Stage Play: The Sea Woman. Written by Willard Robertson. Directed by William B. Friedlander. Little Theatre: 24 Aug 1925- Sep 1925 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Clyde Fillmore (as "Captain Rodney Donaldson"), Charles Halton (as "Johnny Hickey"), Paul Kelly (as "Charlie Watts"), Rea Martin (as "Pearl"), Roger Pryor (as "... See more »
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Stage actress; performed on Broadway from 1916-1925 (see "Other Works").

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