|Born||April 30, 1890|
New Jersey, US
|Died||October 26, 1977 (aged 87)|
|Spouse(s)||Walter J. Kingsley (1905–1917) |
Louis Myll (1918–?)
Alma Hanlon (April 30, 1890 – October 26, 1977) was an American silent film actress. Hanlon's film career was short, lasting only four years. She appeared in twenty-three films. Her first film role was as Dorothy Dare in The Fixer (1915) and her last was in The Profiteer (1919).
She was born on April 30, 1890, in New Jersey, the youngest daughter of George Hanlon.
In 1918 she married director Louis Myll (1871–1939), when she had been living at Bayside, Queens for the last two years. She later moved with her daughter to the affluent suburb of Grosse Pointe, Michigan.
She died on October 26, 1977, in Monterey, California
- The Fixer (1915)
- The Weakness of Man (1916)
- Gold and the Woman (1916)
- The Whip (1917)
- The Golden God (1917)
- Public Defender (1917)
- The Profiteer (1919)
- "Shower of Roses on Bride. Miss Alma Hanlon Becomes Mrs. Kingsley in a Rain of Blossoms". New York Times. November 27, 1905. p. 9.
- "Alma Hanlon, Actress, Marries Again". New York Times. September 28, 1918. p. 11.
- Mel Gussow (October 3, 1997). "Dorothy Kingsley, 87, Writer Of 1950's MGM Screenplays". New York Times.
Dorothy Kingsley, a leading screenwriter in Hollywood in the 1940s and '50s, died on September 26 at the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, in Monterey, Calif. She was 87 and lived in Carmel.
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