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Anita Stewart (I) (1895–1961)

Anita Stewart was born on February 7, 1895 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA as Anna M. Stewart. She was an actress and producer, known for A Midnight Romance (1919), Her Kingdom of Dreams (1919) and The Lodge in the Wilderness (1926). She was married to George Peabody Converse and Rudolph Cameron. She died on May 4, 1961 in Beverly Hills,... See full bio »

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Known For

Her Kingdom of Dreams Judith Rutledge
The Lodge in the Wilderness Virginia Coulson
The Great White Way Mabel Vandegrift


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 1932 The Hollywood Handicap (Short)
 1928 Romance of a Rogue
 1928 Sisters of Eve
Beatrice Franklin
 1928 Name the Woman
 1927 Wild Geese
Lind Archer
 1927 The Isle of Sunken Gold
Princess Kala of Tafofu
 1926 Whispering Wires
Doris Stockbridge
 1926 The Lodge in the Wilderness
Virginia Coulson
 1926 Morganson's Finish
Barbara Wesley
 1926 The Prince of Pilsen
Nellie Wagner
 1926 Rustling for Cupid
Sybil Hamilton
 1925 Baree, Son of Kazan
 1925 The Boomerang
Virginia Zelva
 1924 The Great White Way
Mabel Vandegrift
 1923 Hollywood
Anita Stewart
 1923 The Love Piker
Hope Warner
 1923 Mary of the Movies
Anita Stewart (uncredited)
 1923 Souls for Sale
Anita Stewart (uncredited)
 1922 Rose o' the Sea
Rose Elton
 1922 The Woman He Married
Natalie Lane
 1922 A Question of Honor
Anne Wilmot
 1921 Her Mad Bargain
Alice Lambert
 1921 The Invisible Fear
Sylvia Langdon
 1921 Playthings of Destiny
Julie Arnold
 1921 Sowing the Wind
Rosamund Athelstane
 1920 Harriet and the Piper
Harriet Field
 1920 The Yellow Typhoon
Hilda / Berta Nordstorm
 1920 The Fighting Shepherdess
Kate Prentice
 1919 In Old Kentucky
Madge Brierly
 1919 Human Desire
 1919 Mind the Paint Girl
Lily Upjohn / Lily Parradell
 1919 Her Kingdom of Dreams
Judith Rutledge
 1919 Shadows of the Past
 1919 The Painted World
Yvette Murree
 1919 Mary Regan
Mary Regan
 1919 Two Women
Enid Arden
 1919 A Midnight Romance
 1918 Virtuous Wives
Amy Forrester
 1917 The Message of the Mouse
Wayne Winthrop
 1917 Clover's Rebellion
Clover Dean
 1917 The More Excellent Way
Chrissy Desselden
 1917 The Glory of Yolanda
 1916 The Girl Philippa
 1916 The Combat
Muriel Fleming
 1916 The Daring of Diana
 1916 The Suspect
Sophie Karrenina
 1916 My Lady's Slipper
Countess de Villars
 1915 Count 'Em (Short)
Gladys Barnes
 1915 The Awakening (Short)
Jo - a Girl of the Slums
 1915 The Goddess
Celestia, the Goddess
 1915 The Sort-of-Girl-Who-Came-from-Heaven (Short)
The Actress
 1915 His Phantom Sweetheart (Short)
Jack's Phantom Sweetheart
 1915 The Juggernaut
Viola Hardin / Louise (daughter)
 1915 From Headquarters (Short)
Rose Peters
 1915 The Right Girl? (Short)
Mrs. Newlywed
 1914 413 (Short)
Elaine Hall
 1914 The Sins of the Mothers
Trixie Graham Raymond
 1914 Two Women (Short)
Anita del Woodland
 1914 'Midst Woodland Shadows (Short)
Anita - a Girl of the Forest
 1914 Four Thirteen (Short)
Elaine Hall
 1914 The Painted World
Yvette Murree
 1914 Uncle Bill (Short)
Vivien Trent
 1914 Shadows of the Past (Short)
 1914 Too Many Uncles (Short)
 1914 He Never Knew (Short)
Grace Devereux / Mme. Renee
 1914 The Girl from Prosperity (Short)
Bessie Williams
 1914 Back to Broadway (Short)
Bessie Williams, Manicurist
 1914 A Million Bid
Agnes Belgradin
 1914 Lincoln, the Lover (Short)
Ann Rutledge
 1914 The Lucky Elopement (Short)
 1914 The Right and the Wrong of It (Short)
Elsie Maynard
 1914 Diana's Dress Reform (Short)
 1913 His Second Wife (Short)
Ellice - the Schoolteacher
 1913 The Swan Girl (Short)
The Swan Girl
 1913 The Wreck (Short)
Rita Carlyle
 1913 Why I Am Here (Short)
The Stenographer
 1913 His Last Fight (Short)
The Young Heiress
 1913 The Treasure of Desert Isle (Short)
 1913 The Lost Millionaire (Short)
Josephine Blake
 1913 The Tiger (Short)
Gladys Bardon (as Anna Stuart)
 1913 The Prince of Evil (Short)
Georgia Rivers
 1913 The Moulding (Short)
Meg Jones
 1913 A Sweet Deception (Short)
Mrs. Grace Bradley
 1913 Song Bird of the North (Short)
Elida Rumsey
 1913 A Regiment of Two
Mrs. Harry Bennett (as Anna Stewart)
 1913 The Forgotten Latchkey (Short)
Mrs. Burton (as Anna Stewart)
 1913 Two's Company, Three's a Crowd (Short)
Sadie (as Anna Stewart)
 1913 A Fighting Chance (Short)
Nell - the Stenographer (as Anna Stewart)
 1913 The Web (Short)
Agatha (as Anna Stewart)
 1913 Love Laughs at Locksmiths; or, Love Finds a Way (Short)
Bess, a Student (as Anna Stewart)
 1913 Belinda the Slavey; or, Plot and Counterplot (Short)
Miss Kitty (as Anna Stewart)
 1913 Papa Puts One Over (Short)
Anna Dean (as Anna Stewart)
 1913 The Classmate's Frolic (Short)
Classmate (as Anna Stewart)
 1913 The Bringing Out of Papa (Short)
Second Dean Daughter (as Anna Stewart)
 1912 Song of the Shell (Short)
Amy Bradley (as Anna Stewart)
 1912 The Wood Violet (Short)
Olympia (as Anna Stewart)
 1912 Billy's Pipe Dream (Short)
Pert Dawson (as Anna Stewart)
 1912 The Godmother (Short)
Second Girl (as Anna Stewart)
 1912 Her Choice (Short)
May - the Vain Niece (as Anna M. Stewart)
 1911 The Battle Hymn of the Republic (Short)
An Angel (as Anna Stewart)
 1911 Prejudice of Pierre Marie (Short) (as Anna Stewart)
 1911 A Tale of Two Cities (Short) (uncredited)
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Show Show Self (9 credits)
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Alternate Names:

Anna M. Stewart | Anna Stewart | Anna Stuart


5' 5" (1.65 m)


George Peabody Converse  (divorced) | See more »

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American silent screen star. Entered films with Vitagraph in Brooklyn at the age of sixteen. Romantically partnered on screen with Earle Williams. Had her own, short-lived production company with Louis B. Mayer around the time of her best-known film, Virtuous Wives (1918). Under contract with First National from 1919. Remained a major draw card with movie audiences throughout the 1920s. Retired ... See more »

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