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Ethel Grandin

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Occupation  Actor
Children  Arthur Smallwood
Role  Film actress
Name  Ethel Grandin
Years active  1911 - 1922

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Born  March 3, 1894 (1894-03-03) New York, New York
Died  September 28, 1988, Woodland Hills, California, United States
Spouse  Ray C. Smallwood (m. 1912–1964)
Movies  Traffic in Souls, The Crimson Stain Mystery, A Tailor-Made Man, The Deserter, When Lincoln Paid
Similar People  George Loane Tucker, Jane Gail, Thomas H Ince, Francis Ford, Joseph De Grasse

Ethel Grandin (March 3, 1894, New York City - September 28, 1988, Woodland Hills, California) was an American silent film actress.

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She was married to Ray C. Smallwood from 1912 until his death on February 23, 1964; they had a son named Arthur Smallwood (born 1913). She began her acting career on stage appearing with Joseph Jefferson in Rip Van Winkle. She made her last film appearance in 1922. She died of natural causes at age 94.

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Selected filmography

  • The Crimson Stain Mystery (1916)
  • Traffic in Souls (1913)
  • When Lincoln Paid (1913)
  • The Invaders (1912)
  • The Deserter (1912)
  • Behind the Times (1911)
  • References

    Ethel Grandin Wikipedia