~Renée Adorée~

September 30, 1898 in Lille, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
Died: October 5, 1933 in Tujunga, California, USA
~Silent Filmography~
The Pagan (1929) .... Madge
Tide of Empire (1929/I) .... Josephita Guerrero
The Spieler (1928) .... Cleo ... aka The Spellbinder (UK)
The Mating Call (1928) .... Catharine
The Michigan Kid (1928) .... Rose Morris
The Cossacks (1928) .... Maryana
Forbidden Hours (1928) .... Marie de Floriet
A Certain Young Man (1928) .... Henriette - Movie Still Code: 270-X
Back to God's Country (1927) .... Renee DeBois
On Ze Boulevard (1927) .... Musette
Mr. Wu (1927) .... Wu Nang Ping
Heaven on Earth (1927/I) .... Marcelle
The Show (1927) .... Salome
The Flaming Forest (1926) .... Jeanne-Marie
Blarney (1926/II) .... Peggy Nolan
Tin Gods (1926) .... Carita
Exquisite Sinner (1926) .... Silda - a gypsy maid
La boheme (1926) .... Musette
The Blackbird (1926) .... Fifi Lorraine
The Big Parade (1925) .... Melisande
Exchange of Wives (1925) .... Elise Moran
Parisian Nights (1925) .... Marie
Man and Maid (1925) .... Suzette
Excuse Me (1925) .... Francine
The Bandolero (1924) .... Petra
Defying the Law (1924) .... Lucia Brescia
A Man's Mate (1924) .... Wildcat
Women Who Give (1924) .... Becky Keeler
The Eternal Struggle (1923) .... Andrée Grange
... aka Masters of Women (USA)
The Six-Fifty (1923) .... Hester Taylor
Daydreams (1922) (as Renee Adoree) .... The Girl
Mixed Faces (1922) .... Mary Allen Sayre
Monte Cristo (1922) .... Eugénie Danglars, her daughter
... aka The Count of Monte Cristo
Honor First (1922) .... Moira Serern
West of Chicago (1922) .... Della Moore
A Self-Made Man (1922) .... Anita Gray
Made in Heaven (1921) .... Miss Lowry
The Strongest (1920) .... Claudia

500 Pounds Reward (1918) .... Irene
~Biography~
French actress Renée Adorée, born Jeanne de la Fonte, was a leading lady in Hollywood films during
the 1920s. She began entertaining at age five when she worked as a bareback rider in the circus. As a
young woman she worked for a time as a chorine for the Folies-Bergères. She came to Hollywood in
1920 and began playing leads in mediocre films. She became an overnight sensation after she
appeared in The Big Parade (1925) opposite heartthrob John Gilbert. Adorée died at the age of 35 in
1933, a victim of tuberculosis.

Biography by Sandra Brennan, AllMovie.com
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