Seena Owen

Actor, Writer
Seena Owen worked on a variety of projects during her entertainment career. In her early acting career, Owen appeared in such films as the dramatic period piece "Intolerance" (1916) with Lillian Gish, "Breed of Men" ... Read more »
Born: 11/14/1894 in Spokane, Washington, USA

Filmography

Writer (7)

Aloma of the South Seas 1940 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Aloma of the South Seas (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

Carnegie Hall (Movie)

(Screen Story)

Rainbow Island (Movie)

(Screen Story)

The Great Man's Lady (Movie)

(Screenwriter)

The Great Man's Lady (Movie)

(Screen Story)

Thrill of a Lifetime (Movie)

(Screenwriter)
Actor (7)

Intolerance 1916 (Movie)

The Princess Beloved, favorite of Belshazzar (Actor)

Breed of Men (Movie)

Ruth Fellows (Actor)

Riders of Vengeance (Movie)

The Girl (Actor)

The Cheater Reformed (Movie)

Carol McCall (Actor)

The Lamb (Movie)

Mary (Actor)

The Marriage Playground (Movie)

Rose Sellers (Actor)

The Rush Hour (Movie)

Yvonne Doree (Actor)

Biography

Seena Owen worked on a variety of projects during her entertainment career. In her early acting career, Owen appeared in such films as the dramatic period piece "Intolerance" (1916) with Lillian Gish, "Breed of Men" (1919) and "Riders of Vengeance" (1919). She also appeared in "The Cheater Reformed" (1921). Her film career continued throughout the twenties and the thirties in productions like "Sisters" (1922), "The Rush Hour" (1927) and "The Marriage Playground" (1929) with Mary Brian. In the latter part of her career, Owen wrote the drama "Aloma of the South Seas" (1941) with Dorothy Lamour and the musical comedy "Rainbow Island" (1944) with Dorothy Lamour. Owen last wrote the Marsha Hunt drama "Carnegie Hall" (1947). Owen was married to George Walsh and had one child. Owen passed away in August 1966 at the age of 72.

Relationships

Daughter
survived her

George Walsh

Husband
married 1916, divorced 1924

Milestones

1933

Retired

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