Margaret Seddon

Nov 18, 1872


An established stage actress, Margaret Seddon made the transition to films in 1915. During the silent era, Seddon alternated between motherly roles and haughty matronly types; one of her best parts of the 1920s was Miss Trafalgar Gowes in The Actress, a 1927 adaptation of Arthur Wing Pinero's Trelawny of the Wells. Active until 1951, she essayed minor… More


Margaret Seddon Videos

The Bank Dick
2 minutes 52 seconds
Strike Up The Band
3 minutes 47 seconds

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