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Helene Rosson

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Other names  Rosson, Helene M
Role  Film actress
Name  Helene Rosson

Years active  1915-1924
Occupation  Actress
Spouse  Ashton Dearholt
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Born  June 14, 1897 (1897-06-14) Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Resting place  Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Died  May 5, 1985, Palm Beach County, Florida, United States
Movies  The Craving, The Abandonment, True Nobility
Parents  Hellen Rochefort, Arthur Richard Rosson
Siblings  Richard Rosson, Arthur Rosson, Harold Rosson, Queenie Rosson, Gladys Rosson
Similar People  Richard Rosson, Arthur Rosson, Harold Rosson, Donald MacDonald, Jean Harlow

Helene M. Rosson aka Hellene M. Rosson (June 14, 1897, Newport, Rhode Island – May 5, 1985, Palm Beach, Florida) was an American silent film actress.



Hellene M. Rosson born June 14, 1897, was the sixth child and third Girl born of Jockey Horse Trainer Arthur Richard Rosson (1857-1935) and Hellen (née) Rochefort (1860-1933). Rosson entered film in 1915 and starred in 37 films over her ten-year career until 1925. She starred in films such as The Craving in 1916 with actors such as Charlotte Burton. She died in 1985, aged 87.


The six children of Arthur Richard Rosson and Hellen Rochefort. Arthur Richard Rosson was also married to one Anna Hatz but no current data of siblings.
Arthur Henry Rosson Arthur Rosson 1886 – 1960
Ethel (Queenie) Rosson Queenie Rosson1889 – 1978
Gladys Rosson 1891 – 1953
Richard Marquez Rosson Richard Rosson 1893 – 1953
Harold G. (Hal) Rosson Harold Rosson 1895 – 1988
Helene M. Rosson 1897 – 1985

Partial filmography

  • The Grind (1915)
  • The White Rosette (1916)
  • The Craving (1916)
  • True Nobility (1916)
  • The Release of Dan Forbes (1916)
  • The Abandonment (1916)
  • The Sign of the Spade (1916)
  • The Undertow (1916)
  • The Price of a Good Time (1917)
  • Ace High (1919)
  • Devil Dog Dawson (1921)
  • References

    Helene Rosson Wikipedia