Mary Alice Knowland
October 6, 1879
Fort Fairfield, Maine, USA
|Died||May 27, 1930 (aged 50)|
Los Angeles, California, USA
|Spouse(s)||Thomas Seymour (m. 1903)|
Alice was born in Fort Fairfield, Maine, to Herbert Knowland and Fannie Warren. She told reporters at the time that she spent much of her childhood out of the country, as her father held a consular position in France, but this has not been verified.
She later lived in Boston, where she began a career as a theater actress, before moving to Los Angeles and appearing in films for Famous Players-Lasky. She married Thomas Seymour in 1903; the pair had no children.
- The Adorable Cheat (1928)
- The King of Kings (1927)
- Coming Through (1925)
- On the High Seas (1922)
- All Soul's Eve (1921)
- Full of Pep (1919)
- The Lion's Den (1919)
- Rustling a Bride (1919)
- The Delicious Little Devil (1919)
- Satan Junior (1919)
- Puppy Love (1919)
- Fair Enough (1918)
- The Demon (1918)
- Giving Becky a Chance (1917)
- The Stronger Love (1916)
- The Secret Sin (1915)
- "An Error". The Evening World. 30 May 1921. Retrieved 2019-09-05.
- "Motion Picture Studio Directory, Fifth Edition". www.ancestry.com. 1919. Retrieved 2019-09-05.
- Staff, America Film Institute; Afi, American Film; Gevinson, Alan; Institute, American Film (1997). Within Our Gates: Ethnicity in American Feature Films, 1911-1960. University of California Press. ISBN 9780520209640.
- "Theatrical News and Gossip". The Washington Post. 29 Dec 1907. Retrieved 2019-09-05.
- "Show Girl Shows Pluck". The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette. 15 Dec 1906. Retrieved 2019-09-05.
- Motion Picture. Macfadden-Bartell. 1912.