Phyllis Haver

Actor, Movie theater pianist
An adorable blonde comedienne of silent films, Haver got her start as a Mack Sennett bathing beauty. She began work in 1917 and was soon a top-line comic at $25 a week in such two-reelers as "A Bedroom Blunder" (1917) ... Read more »
Born: 01/05/1899 in Douglass, Kansas, USA

Filmography

Actor (8)

Sal of Singapore 1928 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Office Scandal 1928 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Perfect Flapper 1923 (Movie)

(Actor)

After Business Hours (Movie)

Sylvia Vane (Actor)

The Common Law (Movie)

Rita Tevis (Actor)

Three Bad Men (Movie)

Prairie Beauty (Actor)

Thunder (Movie)

Zella (Actor)

What Price Glory? (Movie)

Shanghai Mabel (Actor)

Biography

An adorable blonde comedienne of silent films, Haver got her start as a Mack Sennett bathing beauty. She began work in 1917 and was soon a top-line comic at $25 a week in such two-reelers as "A Bedroom Blunder" (1917), "Why Beaches Are Popular", "Love Honor and Behave" (1920) and "On a Summer's Day". She also appeared in a few Sennett features, such as "Yankee Doodle in Berlin" (1919) and "A Small Town Idol" (1921).

Relationships

William Seeman

Husband
married in 1929 divorced in 1945

EDUCATION

Manual Arts High School

Los Angeles , California

Milestones

1929

Last film, "Thunder"

1929

First (part) talking film, "Sal of Singapore"

1927

Biggest personal hit, "Chicago"

1926

Had supporting role in "What Price Glory?"

1923

Left Sennett and began freelancing in features

1919

First feature film, "Yankee Doodle in Berlin"

1917

Began working at Mack Sennett Studios in two-reel comedies

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