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Virginia Vance (July 1, 1902 - October 13, 1942) was a silent film actress in the United States. She married actor Bryant Washburn.
Early life and Education
She was born in Chicago and raised in Toronto, Canada. She appeared in some 90 films including comedy shorts, serials, and features including in leading roles. She appeared in Cameo Comedies with Cliff Bowes. She is knocked over by a custard pie in the 1926 film His Private Life.
In 1929 she married and left filmmaking. She had a daughter. She died of heart issues and is buried at Chapel in the Pines cemetery in Los Angeles.
- Goat Getter (1925) as as Mamie Arthur
- Cheer Up (1924)
- The Fighting Dude (1925)
- What's Up? (1925 film) (1925)
- Fool's Luck (1926)
- Home Cured (1926)
- The Fighting Marine (1926) as Ruby
- His Private Life (1926)
- My Stars (1926) as The Girl
- Undressed (film) (1928) as Marjorie Stanley
- New Year's Eve (1929 film) as Little Girl's Mother
- "Silent Era : People". www.silentera.com.
- "Virginia Vance ~ Silent Actress".
- Dale, Alan S. (November 23, 2000). "Comedy Is a Man in Trouble: Slapstick in American Movies". U of Minnesota Press – via Google Books.
- "Actors Cliff Bowes and Virginia Vance sit under an umbrella at the..." Getty Images.
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