Adele DeGarde (actress)
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Who is Adele DeGarde?
Adele DeGarde, aka Adele De Garde, was an American silent film actress, who appeared in 114 films between 1908 and 1918.
- also known as Adelaide De Gard
- born on (116 years ago) in Brooklyn
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor
- Marriage with Harry Jespersen since
- parent of Albert Jespersen
- died in (42 years ago) in Brooklyn
- "The Purple Dress"
- played One of the Wife's Companions in "The Death Disc: A Story of the Cromwellian Period"
- played Lizee in "The Triumph of the Weak"
- played Poppy Brown in "Lights of New York"
- "The Golden Louis"
- played Beatrice in "A Pillar of Flame"
- played May (The Captain's Daughter) in "The Child Crusoes"
- played Mrs. Srong's Younger Daughter in "Forgotten; or, An Answered Prayer"
- played Neighbor in "The Miser's Heart"
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