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Helen Jerome Eddy

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Biography

New York City, New York, USA
A gentle-mannered, somewhat mournful-looking actress, brown-haired Helen Jerome Eddy enjoyed a substantial career in the silents, often in genteel, well-bred roles which required a certain amount of pathos. After acting on the stage at the Pasadena Playhouse, she began in films with the Lubin company in 1915, initially cast as vamps in juicy melodramas. Moving on to Paramount and better prospects, Eddy was given a starring role in King Vidor's debut full-length feature, The Turn in the Road (1919). Read more...

Actor

Character: Nancy Thing

Pollyanna 1920

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Character: Lady Nelson

The Divine Lady 1929

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Character: Wheezer's New Mother

Small Talk 1929

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Character: Second Assistant Matron

Blue Skies 1929

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Character: Larry's Secretary

Reaching for the Moon 1930

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Character: Sister Genevieve

Mata Hari 1931

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Character: Delman's Secretary

Manhattan Parade 1931

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Character: Tessie Kearns

Make Me a Star 1932

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Character: Miss Gelsey

Dr. Monica 1934

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Character: Gypsy's Wife

The Bride of Frankenstein 1935

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Character: Reporter Interviewing in Rehearsal

Show Boat 1936

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Character: Mrs. Kruikshank

Stowaway 1936

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Character: Maria Romagna

Winterset 1936

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Character: Sister Annie Alden

Klondike Annie 1936

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Character: Paine's Secretary

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington 1939

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