Helene Chadwick was an American actress in silent and in early sound films.
|Born:||November 25, 1897, Chadwicks, New York, United States|
|Died:||September 4, 1940, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Other names:||Helen Chadwick|
|Spouse(s):||William A. Wellman (July 1918–September 5, 1923)|
|Parent(s):||George W. Chadwick Jr, Marie Louise Norton Chadwick|
|IMDb:||Helene Chadwick’s IMDb|
About Helene Chadwick
Silent film-era star who played roles in many of the top films of the 1920s, including Say It with Sables and Brothers Under the Skin.
She was a skilled equestrian, which got her an invitation to act in a Western film.
She had one successful role in a talking picture early in her career, and played small parts in talkies afterwards.
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She became known for starring in several popular Samuel Goldwyn-directed films, including the 1919 drama Heartsease.
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