Jane Keckley

Highest Rated: 100% Show Boat (1936)
Lowest Rated: 69% The King of Kings (1927)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Actress Jane Keckley was already well-established in grey-haired character roles when she made her screen debut in 1910. Her silent screen credits include George Washington's Escape (1911), Huck and Tom (1918, as Mrs. Thatcher) and several Cecil B. DeMille productions. Active well into the talkie era, she essayed innumerable bits as landladies, housemothers and schoolmarms. Jane Keckley was employed as a stock player at Paramount at the time of her retirement in 1941.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Dude Cowboy Amy 1941
83% Stranger on the Third Floor Landlady 1940
No Score Yet The Doctor Takes a Wife Mrs. Quinn 1940
No Score Yet Union Pacific Official's Wife 1939
No Score Yet In Old Montana Pocohantas 1939
No Score Yet Souls at Sea Actor 1937
No Score Yet Gunsmoke Ranch Mathilda 1937
No Score Yet Roarin' Lead Mrs. Perkins 1936
No Score Yet The Plainsman Yelling Woman 1936
No Score Yet Theodora Goes Wild Woman 1936
100% Show Boat Mrs. Ewing 1936
No Score Yet Paddy O'Day Maid 1935
No Score Yet Death from a Distance Witness 1935
No Score Yet A Shot in the Dark Housekeeper 1935
No Score Yet The World Accuses Actor 1935
No Score Yet Notorious but Nice Mrs. Kelly 1934
No Score Yet Murder on the Campus Hilda Lund 1933
No Score Yet One Year Later Mrs. Morrow 1933
No Score Yet Conspiracy Rose Towne 1930
No Score Yet The Godless Girl Actor 1929
69% The King of Kings Actor 1927
No Score Yet Walking Back Mrs. Thatcher 1926
No Score Yet The Soul of Youth Matron 1920


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