Norman Kerry
(Movies & TV)
Claire Windsor
(Movies & TV)
Anna Q. Nilsson
(Movies & TV)
Antonio Moreno
(Movies & TV)
Jack Hoxie
(Movies & TV)
Bebe Daniels
(Movies & TV)
Lila Lee
(Movies & TV)

See also

Mary Philbin

Knowledge Identifier: +Mary_Philbin


Mary Philbin

Notable film actress of the silent film era add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1903.

Countries: United States (71%), California (14%), Sweden (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Norman Kerry, Claire Windsor, Anna Q. Nilsson

Linked to: Universal Studios, American Film Institute




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Mary Philbin was born in 1903 add something


Mary Philbin made her screen debut in 1921 and during the 1920s she became a highly successful film actress and starred in a number of high profile films, most notably in D. W. Griffith's 1928 film "Drums of Love" add something


In 1922 Philbin was awarded at the first annual WAMPAS Baby Stars awards, a promotional campaign sponsored by the Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers in the United States, which honored thirteen young women each year whom they believed to be on the threshold of movie stardom add something


Claire Windsor - The publicity paid off; in 1922 the newly formed Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers began their annual WAMPAS Baby Stars awards and named Claire Windsor, along with Bessie Love, Lila Lee, Mary Philbin and Colleen Moore, as the year's most promising starlets


Jack Hoxie - Hoxie appeared in such high-profile films as 1923's "Where Is This West-" with newcomer Mary Philbin and 1924's Universal promotional film "Hello, 'Frisco", alongside such popular actors of the era as Jackie Coogan, Norman Kerry, Barbara La Marr, Antonio Moreno, Anna Q. Nilsson, Bebe Daniels and Rin Tin Tin


Philbin is probably best remembered for playing the roles of Christine DaaƩ in the 1925 film "The Phantom of the Opera " opposite screen legend Lon Chaney and Dea in "The Man Who Laughs" add something


Norman Kerry - Kerry would again be paired with Lon Chaney and Mary Philbin in the 1925 horror classic "The Phantom of the Opera", playing Philbin's love-interest, the Vicomte Raoul de Chagny


She was engaged in 1927 to Universal Studio executive, Paul Kohner; but due to her parents dissuasion from the union , she called off the engagement add something


Like so many publicly acclaimed silent film actors and actresses however, Philbin was unable to continue a successful acting career during the talkie era of the early 1930s add something


Philbin retired from the screen in the early 1930s and devoted her life to caring for her aging parents add something


Norman Kerry - At the beginning of the "talkie" era he and Mary Philbin reunited to film talking scenes for the 1930 sound reissue of "Phantom of the Opera"


Mary Philbin died of pneumonia, aged 89, in Huntington Beach, California in 1993 and was buried at the Calvary Cemetery in Los Angeles, California add something

Mary Philbin died in 1993 add something