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~Virginia Brown Faire~
Born: June 26, 1904 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Died: June 30, 1980 in Laguna Beach, California, USA
~Filmography~
Tracy Rides (1935) ... Molly Hampton
Rainbow Riders (Short)  (1934) ... Jerry Hickson (as Virginia Brown Fair)
West of the Divide  (1934) ... Fay Winters (as Virginia Faire Brown)
Tex Takes a Holiday  (1932) ... Dolores
The Lone Trail  (1932) ... Ruth Farnum
The Last Ride  (1931) ... Doris White
The Secret Menace  (1931) ... Joan Grant
Alias the Bad Man  (1931) ... Mary Warner
The Sign of the Wolf  (1931) ... Ruth Farnum
Hell's Valley  (1931) ... Rosita Flores
Breed of the West  (1930) ... Betty Sterner
Trails of Danger (1930) ... Mary Martin
The Lonesome Trail  (1930) ... Martha Rankin
Murder on the Roof  (1930) ... Monica

Handcuffed  (1929) ... Gloria Randall
The Body Punch  (1929) ... Natalie Sutherland
The Donovan Affair  (1929) ... Mary Mills
The Devil's Chaplain  (1929) ... Princess Therese
Untamed Justice  (1929) ... Louise Hill
Burning the Wind  (1928) ... Maria Valdez
The House of Shame  (1928) ... Druid Baremore
Undressed  (1928) ... Diana Stanley
The Canyon of Adventure  (1928) ... Dolores Castanares
The Chorus Kid  (1928) ... Beatrice Brown
Danger Patrol  (1928) ... Céleste Gambier
Queen of the Chorus  (1928) ... 'Queenie' Dale
A Race for Life  (1928) ... Virginia Calhoun
Gun Gospel  (1927) ... Mary Carrol
Hazardous Valley (1927)
The Devil's Masterpiece (as Virginia Browne Faire) (1927)
Tracked by the Police  (1927) ... Marcella Bradley
Pleasure Before Business  (1927) ... Ruth Weinberg
White Flannels  (1927) ... Anne
Desert Valley  (1926) ... Mildred Dean
The Mile-a-Minute Man  (1926) ... Paul Greydon
Wings of the Storm  (1926) ... Anita Baker
The Temptress  (1926) ... Celinda
Frenzied Flames  (1926) ... Alice Meagen
Racing Romance  (1926) ... Isabel Channing
The Wolf Hunters  (1926)
Broadway Billy  (1926) ... Phyliss Brooks
Chip of the Flying U  (1926) ... Dr. Della Whitmore
His People  (1925) ... Ruth Stein
The Calgary Stampede  (1925) ... Marie La Farge
The Thoroughbred  (1925) ... Gwen Vandermere
Recompense (1925) ... Angelica
Friendly Enemies  (1925) ... June Block
The Lost World  (1925) ... Marquette - Half-caste Girl (uncredited)
Peter Pan  (1924) ... Tinker Bell (as Virginia Browne Faire)
Air Hawk  (1924) ... Edith
Welcome Stranger (1924) ... Essie Solomon
Romance Ranch (1924) ... Carmen Hendley
The Lightning Rider (1924) ... Patricia Alvarez
Thundergate (1923) ... Ellen Ainsmith / Jen Jue
Shadows of the North (1923) ... Beatrice Neilson
The Cricket on the Hearth (1923) ... Dot Marley
Vengeance of the Deep (1923) ... Ethel Musgrove
Stormswept (1923) ... Ann Reynolds
Omar the Tentmaker (1922) ... Shireen
Monte Cristo (1922) ... Haidee, an Arabian Princess
Fightin' Mad (1921) ... Peggy Hughes
Doubling for Romeo (1921)
Without Benefit of Clergy (1921) ... Ameera
The Timber Wolf (Short) (1920)
The Forest Runners (Short) (1920)
When the Devil Laughed (Short) (1920)
Big Stakes (Short) (1920)
The Girl and the Law (Short) (1920)
A Son of the North (Short) (1920)
Under Northern Lights (1920) ... Suzanne Foucharde
The Death Trap (Short) (1920) ... The Untamed Mountain Girl (as Virginia Faire)
The Scarlet Rider (Short) (1920)
Masked (Short) (1920)
Runnin' Straight (Short) (1920)
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~Biography~
Brooklyn-born Virginia Brown Faire was whisked to Hollywood in 1919 as the winner of Motion Picture
Classic magazine's Fame and Fortune Contest. Faire spent the next decade playing fragile heroines and
the occasional vamp. Her most fondly remembered silent-screen role was Tinker Bell in the 1924
adaptation of Barrie's Peter Pan. Though she made a successful talkie debut in Frank Capra's The
Donovan Affair (1929), Faire's best years were behind her, and she spent the remainder of her career in
low-budget crime melodramas and westerns. Virginia Brown Faire was married to actor Jack Daugherty,
and later to producer Howard Weine.

Biography by Hal Erickson, Allmovie.com
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