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Helen MacKellar

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Helen MacKellar
MacKellar in 1919
Born(1895-02-13)February 13, 1895
DiedAugust 5, 1966(1966-08-05) (aged 71)
SpouseGeorge McQuarrie

Helen MacKellar (February 13, 1895 – August 5, 1966)[1] was an American actress.

Born in Detroit, Michigan,[1] MacKeller's ancestry was Scottish and French-Canadian. She studied acting in Chicago and Spokane. Her stage debut came in Spokane in The Whirl of the Town, a musical comedy, when she was 14. She went on to perform in vaudeville and in repertory theatre with the Valencia Stock Company in Los Angeles. Her first acting in the eastern United States was with the Poli Stock Company in New Haven.[2]

MacKellar's film debut came in The Past of Mary Holmes.[3] She also appeared in Two Against the World, Draegerman Courage, The Case of the Stuttering Bishop, Crime School, Little Tough Guy, Barefoot Boy, Valley of the Giants, Disbarred, Boy Slaves, Bad Boy, Northwest Passage, Dark Command, Cheers for Miss Bishop, The Great Mr. Nobody, The Great Train Robbery, Gangs of Sonora, Down Mexico Way, The Man Who Returned to Life, Street of Chance, The Sundown Kid, The Powers Girl and Silver Spurs, among others.[4]

MacKellar's Broadway credits included Dear Ruth (1944), Bloody Laughter (1931), Through the Night (1930), Romancin' Round (1927), Open House (1925), The Mud Turtle (1925), A Good Bad Woman (1925), The Desert Flower (1924), The Masked Woman (1922), The Shadow (1922), Bought and Paid For (1921), Back Pay (1921), The Storm (1919), The Unknown Purple (1918), Major Pendennis (1916), and Seven Chances (1916).[1]

MacKellar was married to George McQuarrie.[5] She died in New York City.[1]

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Year Title Role Notes
1933 The Past of Mary Holmes Mary Holmes
1934 High School Girl Jane Andrews
1934 Flirtation Mrs. Smith
1936 Two Against the World Martha Carstairs
1936 Silver Spurs Townswoman Uncredited
1937 Draegerman Courage Mrs. Mary Haslett
1937 The Case of the Stuttering Bishop Stella Kenwood
1937 Federal Bullets Mrs. Thompson
1938 Crime School Mrs. Burke
1938 Delinquent Parents Judge Edith Ellis
1938 Little Tough Guy Mrs. Wanaker
1938 Barefoot Boy Martha Whittaker
1938 Valley of the Giants Mrs. Lorimer
1939 Disbarred Abbey Tennant
1939 Boy Slaves Jesse's Mother Uncredited
1939 Honolulu Middle Telephone Operator Uncredited
1939 The Gracie Allen Murder Case Secretary Uncredited
1939 Bad Boy Mrs. Fraser
1939 When Tomorrow Comes Waitress Who is a Grandmother Uncredited
1940 Northwest Passage Sarah Hadden Uncredited
1940 Women Without Names Juror Uncredited
1940 Dark Command Mrs. Hale
1940 Three Faces West Mrs. Welles
1940 Life with Henry Sattherwaite's Secretary Uncredited
1941 Cheers for Miss Bishop Miss Patton
1941 The Great Mr. Nobody Mrs. Barnes
1941 The Great Train Robbery Mrs. Logan
1941 Gangs of Sonora Kansas Kate Conners
1941 Down Mexico Way Miss Abby Uncredited
1942 The Man Who Returned to Life Ma Beebe
1942 Street of Chance Mrs. Webb, the Landlady Uncredited
1942 The Sundown Kid Lucy Randall
1943 The Powers Girl Mrs. Hendricks
1943 Silver Spurs Mrs. Davis Uncredited
1944 Lady in the Death House Prison Matron Uncredited


  1. ^ a b c d "Helen MacKellar". Internet Broadway Database. The Broadway League. Archived from the original on October 31, 2019. Retrieved October 31, 2019.
  2. ^ Cline, Louis (March 27, 1920). "Helen MacKellar Wins Huge Success in 'The Storm'". Brooklyn Life. New York, Brooklyn. p. 15. Retrieved October 31, 2019 – via
  3. ^ "Capitol Film, 'The Past Of Mary Holmes'". Hartford Courant. Connecticut, Hartford. February 11, 1933. p. 20. Retrieved November 1, 2019 – via
  4. ^ "Helen MacKellar". AllMovie. Retrieved 2018-12-04.
  5. ^ "The Story of Helen MacKellar". The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. New York, Brooklyn. October 6, 1929. p. 4 E. Retrieved November 1, 2019 – via

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