Helen Lindroth

Helen Lindroth, December 3, 1874 – October 5, 1956 in Boston, Massachusetts, was a Swedish-born American screen and stage actress.

Helen Lindroth
Lindroth (left) in scene from The Innocent Lie (1916)
Born(1874-12-03)December 3, 1874
DiedOctober 5, 1956(1956-10-05) (aged 81)
OccupationActress

Biography

Lindroth acted on stage in New York City before entering motion pictures with the Kalem Company and Famous Players. She performed in the film adaptation of The Swan (1925) and in The Song and Dance Man (1926), produced by George M. Cohan.

Lindroth has 96 screen credits beginning with a role in the Battle of Pottsburg Bridge in 1912. Other films she appeared in include A Battle of Wits (1912), The Menace of Fate (1914), The Black Crook (1916), Shadows of Suspicion (1919), The Way of a Maid (1921), Unguarded Women (1924), and The Song and Dance Man (1926).

Lindroth gave up acting around 1936 and became associated with the Christian Science Benevolent Association in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. She retired from this philanthropic work in 1953.

Partial filmography

References

  • "Motion Picture News". Frederick Maryland Post. January 13, 1914. p. 12.
  • "Helen Lindroth". New York Times. October 12, 1956. p. 29.
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