Constance Collier

Highest Rated: 100% The Dark Corner (1946)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
Distinguished British actress Constance Collier began her career as a chorus dancer at the turn of the century. She established herself not only as a leading actress, but as a playwright, producer, director and acting coach. Her film career began with D.W. Griffith's Intolerance (1916); for the next four decades, she would occasionally visit Hollywood's shooting stages, though the theater remained her first choice. Of her talkie appearances, Ms. Collier is perhaps best remembered as the "den mother" of the all-female theatrical boarding house in 1937's Stage Door. All told, Constance Collier devoted over sixty years of her life to the theater and film arts.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Wisecracks Actor 1993
91% Whirlpool Tina Cosgrove 1949
93% Rope Mrs. Atwater 1948
No Score Yet Ideal Husband Lady Markby 1948
No Score Yet The Perils of Pauline Julia Gibbs 1947
No Score Yet Monsieur Beaucaire The Queen 1946
100% The Dark Corner Mrs. Kingsley 1946
No Score Yet Weekend at the Waldorf Mme. Jaleska 1945
No Score Yet Susan and God Lady Wiggam 1940
No Score Yet Half a Sinner Mrs. Breckenridge 1940
No Score Yet Zaza Actor 1939
67% A Damsel in Distress Lady Caroline Marshmorton 1937
95% Stage Door Catherine Luther 1937
No Score Yet Wee Willie Winkie Mrs. Allardyce 1937
No Score Yet Thunder in the City Duchess of Glenavon 1937
No Score Yet Girls' Dormitory Prof. Augusta Wimmer 1936
83% Little Lord Fauntleroy Lady Lorridaile 1936
No Score Yet Peter Ibbetson Screenwriter 1935
80% Downhill (When Boys Leave Home) Screenwriter 1927
No Score Yet Bleak House Actor 1920