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Ivy Ward (born 1914) is a retired American actress. Ward is a Belgian orphan. Her father was killed during World War I and her mother died shortly after her birth. She was sent to a French orphan asylum. She was adopted by Agnes Allen who brought her to United States and educated her. In the movie The Great Victory, Wilson or the Kaiser? The Fall ... See full bio »

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in Belgium

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Known For

Cyclone Higgins, D.D.
(1918)
As a Man Thinks
As a Man Thinks Dick Clayton
(1919)
The Great Secret
(1917)
Heads Win
Heads Win Actress
(1919)

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 1924 Floodgates
Peggy Trask
 1923 Lost in a Big City
Florence
 1921 Ten Nights in a Bar Room
Little Mary Morgan
 1921 Forbidden Love
Little Anne
 1920 The Mystery Mind
Violet as a child
 1920 Guilty of Love
Mary (as Ivy Ward)
 1920 Why Women Sin
Little Grace (as Ivy Ward)
 1919 Heads Win
 1919 A House Divided
Michael Carmichael
 1919 As a Man Thinks
Dick Clayton (as Bobby Ward)
 1918 The Silent Woman
Little Billy
 1918 Neighbors
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
 1918 A Man's World
Kiddie
 1918 A Doll's House
Helmar Child (as Ivy Ward)
 1918 The Winning of Beatrice
Baby Jenkins
 1918 Cyclone Higgins, D.D.
Dorothea
 1917 Draft 258
Belgian child
 1917/I The Slacker
Child with Flag
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Alternate Names:

Bobby Ward | Ivy Ward

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