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Ann Forrest

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Full Name  Ann Kroman
Years active  1915-1931

Name  Ann Forrest
Role  Actress
Ann Forrest Ann Forrest as described by Houdini
Born  14 April 1895Sonderho, Denmark
Other names  Anne Kornan Ann Kornan Anne Kroman Anna Kromann Ann Kromarm Ann Kronan
Died  October 25, 1985, San Diego, California, United States
Movies  The Grim Game, Love's Boomerang, The Prince Chap
Similar People  Irvin Willat, George Melford, John Francis Dillon, John S Robertson, William C deMille

Film Clip; 1919 The Grim Game (Harry Houdini, Ann Forrest)

Ann Forrest (known also by her birth name Anna Kromann and as Ann Kroman or Ann Kornan) was a Danish actress of Hollywood silent films.


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Forrest was born 14 April 1895 in Sønderho, Denmark and died 25 October 1985 in San Diego, California, United States. Between 1915 and 1925 she appeared in 33 movies. According to Ruth Wing, author of the Blue Book of the Screen, Forrest enjoyed playing homely character roles, and often wept during the film. However, wanting to capitalize on her beauty, producers later cast her in society dramas.

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Wing wrote, "Ann Forrest is 'different'. She is different from most screen stars in personality and beauty. But the greatest difference lies in her achievement of cinema fame. Ann wept her way to stardom."

Partial filmography

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  • The Rainbow Trail (1918)
  • Her Decision (1918)
  • The Midnight Man (1919)
  • The Grim Game (1919)
  • Love's Prisoner (1919)
  • The Prince Chap (1920)
  • A Splendid Hazard (1920)
  • Behold My Wife! (1920)
  • A Wise Fool (1921)
  • The Great Impersonation (1921)
  • Love's Boomerang (1922)
  • The Man Who Played God (1922)
  • If Winter Comes (1923)
  • References

    Ann Forrest Wikipedia

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