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Helen Wills (I) (1905–1998)

Helen Wills was born on October 6, 1905 in Centerville (Fremont), California, USA as Helen Newington Wills. She is known for her work on Marvels of Motion, Issue G (1926), Girls and Records (1923) and Barrier Busters (1925). She was married to Aidan Roark and Frederick Schander Moody Jr. She died on January 2, 1998 in Carmel, California. See full bio »

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Marvels of Motion, Issue G Self - Tennis Player
Girls and Records Self - Tennis Champion


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 1926 Marvels of Motion, Issue G (Documentary short)
Self - Tennis Player
 1925 Barrier Busters (Documentary short)
 1923 Girls and Records (Documentary short)
Self - Tennis Champion
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 2017 Wimbledon (TV Series)
- 2017: Day 12, Part 2 (2017) ... Self (uncredited)
 1954 When Sports Were King (Documentary short)
Self - Tennis Champion
 1950 Fifty Years Before Your Eyes (Documentary)
 1939 Sports Immortals (Documentary short)

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Helen Wills' nickname, "Little Miss Poker Face" was a reference to her calm, cool, and collected style of dispatching her opponents, and was given to her by none other than then-N.Y. Daily News columnist Ed Sullivan.


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