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Helen Ware



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.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Curse of the Living Dead
  • Actor
1963
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 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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