Kathryn Adams

Highest Rated: 83% Saboteur (1942)
Lowest Rated: 83% Saboteur (1942)
Birthday: May 25, 1893
Birthplace: Not Available
Blonde silent screen actress Kathryn Adams came to films in 1915 after a brief and rather unsuccessful stint in musical comedy. Pigeon-holed as a vamp almost from the start, Adams co-starred in the 1915 Metro release The Shooting of Dan McGraw, from the poem by Robert W. Service; was Olivia Primrose in Thanhouser's 1917 version of the classic The Vicar of Wakefield; and played Millie Erne opposite William Farnum in the 1918 Riders of the Purple Sage. Adams drifted into supporting roles in the 1920s, and except for a brief appearance in the 1931 version of The Squaw Man, disappeared from films after 1925. A different Kathryn Adams played ingenues at Universal from 1939-1946.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Junior G-Men of the Air Grace 1942
83% Saboteur Young Mother 1942
No Score Yet Sky Raiders Mary Blake 1941
No Score Yet Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie Actor 1941
No Score Yet Rawhide Rangers Joan 1941
No Score Yet Arizona Cyclone Elsie 1941
No Score Yet The Invisible Woman Peggy 1940
No Score Yet Argentine Nights Carol 1940
No Score Yet Black Diamonds Linda Connor 1940
No Score Yet Love, Honor & Oh-Baby! Susan 1940
No Score Yet If I Had My Way Miss Corbett 1940
No Score Yet Fifth Avenue Girl Katherine Borden 1939
No Score Yet The Squaw Man (The White Man) Actor 1931
No Score Yet Pampered Youth Fanny Minafer 1925


91% House
Student #3 Twenty-Three Young Doctor
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