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Helene Millard

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Helene Millard
Born(1905-09-30)September 30, 1905
DiedSeptember 20, 1974(1974-09-20) (aged 68)
Years active1929–1953
Spouse(s)Joseph Ward
Harold Spielman

Helene Millard (September 30, 1905 – September 20, 1974) was an American supporting actress of the 1930s and 1940s.

Millard began acting on stage in Los Angeles when she was in the seventh grade.[1]

Millard left the Pasadena Players in July 1926 to go to Denver, where she had a one-year contract to perform with the Wilkes Stock Company.[2] In 1928-29, Millard acted for six months with the Henry Duffy Players in the northwestern United States, after which she went to Los Angeles to co-star in The Hottentot.[1] On Broadway, Millard portrayed Sybil Weyman in A Roman Servant (1934).[3]

She started her film career in a featured role in 1929's The Thirteenth Chair.[4] During the 1930s, she appeared in 18 films, mostly in supporting or featured roles, but her roles diminished near the end of the decade. She made six films at the beginning of the 1940s, all in supporting roles, after which she left the film industry in 1942. She returned to films briefly in 1952-53, when she made four more films, before leaving the film industry for good. Her final film appearance was in a small role in Remains to Be Seen (1953), starring June Allyson and Van Johnson.[5]

During the early 1950s, Millard appeared in several television shows before retiring for good in 1954 after an appearance on Topper. She died on September 20, 1974, in Laguna Hills, California.[citation needed]


(Per AFI database)[6]


  1. ^ a b Bradford, Sax (April 23, 1929). "Helene Millard Has Double". Los Angeles Evening Post-Record. p. 8. Retrieved October 25, 2021 – via
  2. ^ "Three stars in farewell appearance". The Pasadena Post. July 23, 1926. p. 12. Retrieved October 25, 2021 – via
  3. ^ "Helene Millard". Internet Broadway Database. The Broadway League. Archived from the original on October 25, 2021. Retrieved October 25, 2021.
  4. ^ "The Thirteenth Chair". American Film Institute. Retrieved December 23, 2014.
  5. ^ "Remains to Be Seen". American Film Institute. Retrieved December 23, 2014.
  6. ^ "Helene Millard". American Film Institute. Retrieved December 23, 2014.(bad link)

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