Helen Lynch

Highest Rated: 85% Underworld (1927)
Lowest Rated: 56% In Old Arizona (1928)
Birthday: Apr 6, 1900
Birthplace: Not Available
Voted a WAMPAS Baby Star by the Hollywood publicists in 1923, Helen Lynch specialized in playing "other women," floozies, and gangsters' molls in scores of low-budget silent melodramas of the 1920s. A former beauty contest winner, she had begun her screen career in 1917 supporting Vitagraph comic Jimmy Aubrey before graduating to feature films in the very early '20s. Most of them were gangster melodramas like Fools First (1922) with Richard Dix, or Westerns such as Arizona Sweepstakes (1925) with Hoot Gibson, and more often than not she played a villainess. She was quite good as a hardboiled dame in Josef Von Sternberg's Underworld (1927) and downright vituperative as Clara Bow's nemesis in Ladies of the Mob (1927). Lynch was at one time married to Carroll Nye, a supporting actor noted for playing Scarlet O'Hara's second husband in Gone With the Wind (1939).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Emergency Call Phone Operator 1933
80% City Girl Actor 1930
No Score Yet Speakeasy Speakeasy Hangers-on 1929
56% In Old Arizona Woman 1928
No Score Yet The Singing Fool Actor 1928
No Score Yet Love and Learn Rosie 1928
85% Underworld Mulligan's Girl 1927
No Score Yet Smouldering Fires Kate Brown 1925
No Score Yet Valley of Hate Actor 1924
No Score Yet The Return of Grey Wolf Actor 1922


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