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Agnes Neilson (1881–1936)

Agnes Neilson was born in 1881 in the USA as Agnes Martyne. She was an actress, known for The Goat (1917), Why Not Marry? (1922) and Insinuation (1922). She was married to Oliver Tibbetts. She died on June 20, 1936 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Goat Actress
(1917)
Why Not Marry? Actress
(1922)
Insinuation Prudence Crabtree
(1922)
The Rough House Mother-in-Law
(1917)

Filmography

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 1922 Insinuation
Prudence Crabtree (as Agnes Neilsen)
 1922 Why Not Marry? (as Agnes Neilsen)
 1920 April Folly (as Anges Neilsen)
 1918 Adam and Some Eves (Short) (as Agnes Neilsen)
 1917 Coney Island (Short)
Fatty's Wife (uncredited)
 1917 The Goat (Short) (as Agnes Neilsen)
 1917 The Rough House (Short)
Mother-in-Law
 1917 A Reckless Romeo (Short)
The Mother-in-Law
 1917 The Butcher Boy (Short)
Miss Teachem (uncredited)
 1917 The Girl Who Didn't Think
Mrs. Ryan (as Agnes Nielson)
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 1968 The Great Stone Face (Documentary)
Fatty's Wife (uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

Agnes Neilsen | Anges Neilsen | Agnes Nielsen | Agnes Nielson

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