Helen Freeman

Aug 3, 1886

Bio: American stage actress Helen Freeman made one silent film in 1915 then returned to the theater until the dawn of the talkie era. One of Freeman's earliest talking-picture roles was also one of her best: she played Nancy Hanks in the prologue of D.W. Griffith's Abraham Lincoln (1930). Thereafter, she was seen in maternal roles, both rustic and regal. In 1946, Helen… More


Helen Freeman Videos

The Ghost And Mrs. Muir
3 minutes 39 seconds
Saratoga Trunk
29 seconds
The Heavenly Body
2 minutes 3 seconds
Mrs. Parkington
30 seconds
Ah, Wilderness!
30 seconds

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