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Emily Stevens (I) (1882–1928)


Emily Stevens was born in New York, New York on February 27, 1882. Her father was Robert E. Stevens, a stage director and who later co-directed a film in 1919 called OUT OF THE FOG. Emily, herself, began her career as a stage actress and at the age of 33 appeared for the first on celluloid in the film CORA where she had the lead role. Later that ... See full bio »

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Known For

Alias Mrs. Jessop
Alias Mrs. Jessop Lillian Ford / Janet Ford
(1917)
Kildare of Storm
Kildare of Storm Kate Kildare
(1918)
The Wager
The Wager Diamond Daisy Doyle
(1916)
The Sacred Flame
The Sacred Flame Rosalie Allen
(1920)

Filmography

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 1920 The Place of the Honeymoons
Nora Harrigan
 1920 The Sacred Flame
Rosalie Allen
 1918 Building for Democracy (Short)
The Wife
 1918 Kildare of Storm
Kate Kildare
 1918 A Man's World
Frankie Ware
 1918 Daybreak
Edith Frome
 1917 Alias Mrs. Jessop
Lillian Ford / Janet Ford
 1917/II Outwitted
Nan Kennedy
 1917 A Sleeping Memory
Eleanore Styles Marston
 1917/I The Slacker
Margaret Christy
 1916 The Wager
Diamond Daisy Doyle
 1916 The Wheel of the Law
Mona Mainard
 1915 The House of Tears
Mrs. Alice Collingwood / Gail Collingwood
 1915 Cora
Cora
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Stage Play: The Eyes of the Heart (Revival). Written by Minnie Maddern Fiske [credited as Mrs. Fiske]. Manhattan Theatre: 24 Apr 1906- 26 Apr 1906 (3 performances). Cast: George Arliss, Claus Bogel, Charles Cherry, John Clay, John Emerson, William B. Mack, Mary Maddern, Emily Stevens. Produced by Minnie Maddern Fiske [credited as Mrs. ... See more »

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Daughter of Robert E. Stevens. See more »

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Pisces

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