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Helene Costello

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The daughter of early movie matinee idol Maurice Costello and the younger sister of silent star Dolores Costello, Helene Costello made her first movie appearances as a child in her father's films. Helene's adult career followed many of the same paths previously trodden by her sister Dolores: modelling work in New York, dancing in George White's Scandals, and leading-lady assignments in several popular films of the 1920s. Helene co-starred in the first all-talking feature film, Lights of New York (1928); ironically, she proved to be an inadequate talkie actress, and her star quickly waned. For a brief period in the early 1930s, Helene was the wife of actor/director Lowell Sherman, and the sister-in-law of John Barrymore. Twenty-two years after appearing in her last film, Helene Costello died at age 53, suffering from the combined effects of pneumonia and tuberculosis.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Riff-Raff
  • Maisie
1936
No Score Yet Lights of New York
  • Kitty
1928
No Score Yet Don Juan
  • Rena, Adriona's Maid
1926
No Score Yet The Man on the Box
  • Bob's Sister
1925
No Score Yet Rip Van Winkle
  • Actor
1914
No Score Yet Her Crowning Glory
  • Actor
1911

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