Helen Ware

Highest Rated: 100% Abraham Lincoln (1930)
Lowest Rated: 67% Morning Glory (1933)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
One of the silent era's busiest character actresses, both on and offscreen, Helen Ware specialized in playing grande dames. A veteran stage performer, Ware entered films in 1934 along with her husband, character actor Frederick Burt. In between screen assignments, she became a noted acting coach and was twice elected to the board of Actors Equity, a forerunner of the Screen Actors Guild.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Romance in Manhattan Miss Anthrop 1935
No Score Yet Sadie McKee Mrs. McKee 1934
67% Morning Glory Nellie Navarre 1933
No Score Yet The Keyhole Portia Brooks 1933
No Score Yet Ladies They Talk About Miss Johnson 1933
No Score Yet She Had to Say Yes Mrs. Haines 1933
No Score Yet Tol'able David Mrs. Kinemon 1930
100% Abraham Lincoln Mrs. Edwards 1930
100% The Virginian `Ma' Taylor 1929
No Score Yet Speakeasy Min 1929
No Score Yet Soul-Fire San Francisco Sal 1925


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