| Sybil Travilla|
Jules Furthman, Jr.
| January 2, 1902 (1902-01-02) Los Angeles, California, United States|
June 26, 1984, Culver City, California, United States
Jules Furthman (m. 1920–1966)
Harry Travilla, Lucie Ellen Boyker
One Week, The Scarecrow, Convict 13, The Boat, The Frozen North
Edward F Cline, Buster Keaton, Jules Furthman, Joseph M Schenck, Charlie Chaplin
Sybil Seely (January 2, 1902 – June 26, 1984) was a silent film actress who worked with the well known silent film comedy actor Buster Keaton. She was credited in most of her films as Sibye Trevilla.
Sybil Seely was born Sybil Travilla to Harry Travilla and Lucie Ellen Boyker in Los Angeles.
Seely acted in her first film, Hearts and Flowers at the age of 17. She is known to have appeared in 21 films, some opposite Buster Keaton.
In 1920, she married screenwriter Jules Furthman. They had a son, Jules Jr., born in 1921. In 1922, she retired from her acting career.
Seely died of cardiac failure in Culver City, California, at the age of 82. She was survived by a son and a sister.Hearts and Flowers (1919)
A Lady's Tailor (1919)
Salome vs. Shenandoah (1919)
Up in Alf's Place (1919)
His Last False Step (1919)
Down on the Farm (1920)
By Golly! (1920)
Married Life (1920)
One Week (1920)
Convict 13 (1920)
Movie Fans (1920)
Love, Honor and Behave! (1920)
The Scarecrow (1920) (uncredited)
Bungalow Troubles (1920)
The Boat (1921)
A Sailor-Made Man (1921)
On Patrol (1922)
The Frozen North (1922)
Sybil Seely Wikipedia