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Corinne Griffith

​Griffith was born in Texarkana, Texas to John Lewis Griffin and Ambolina (Ambolyn) Ghio. She attended Sacred Heart Convent school in New Orleans and worked as a dancer before she began her acting career. Griffith began her screen career at the Vitagraph Studios in 1916. She later moved to First National, where she became one of their most popular stars. In 1928, she had the starring role in The Garden of Eden. The next year, in 1929, Griffith received an Academy Award nomination for her role in The Divine Lady. Griffith's first sound film, Lilies of the Field, was released in 1930. Griffith's voice did not record well (The New York Times stated that she "talked through her nose"), and the film was a box office flop. After appearing in one more motion picture, the British film Lily Christine in 1932, she retired from acting. She returned to the screen in 1962 in the low-budget melodrama Paradise Alley, which received scant release.


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Родился:
Nov 21, 1894 в Texarkana, Texas, USA
Кино / ТВ Кредиты:
13
Впервые появился:
на movie The Love Doctor 1917-10-08
Последний проект:
Кино Paradise Alley 1962-01-02
Известный в фильмах
Poster of Церемония вручения премии «Оскар»
Poster of Mademoiselle Modiste
Poster of Déclassé
Poster of Lilies of the Field
Фильмография
Кино Paradise Alley Mrs. Wilson 1962-01-02
Series Церемония вручения премии «Оскар» Unknown 1953-03-18
Кино Lilies of the Field Mildred Harker 1930-01-05
Кино Back Pay Kitty (as Vivian Oakland) 1930-06-01
Кино Saturday's Children Bobby Halevy 1929-03-10
Кино The Divine Lady Lady Emma Hart Hamilton 1929-03-31
Кино The Garden of Eden Toni LeBrun 1928-02-04
Кино Three Hours Madeline Durkin 1927-03-05
Кино Mademoiselle Modiste Fifi 1926-03-21
Кино Déclassé Lady Heelen Haden 1925-04-11
Кино Lilies of the Field Mildred Harker 1924-02-29
Кино Black Oxen Madame Zatianny / Mary Ogden 1923-12-28
Кино The Love Doctor Blanche Hildreth 1917-10-08