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Actress

Frances Leonore Fuller, American actress. Member Actors Equity Association, A.F.T.R.A., Screen Actors Guild.

Background

Fuller, Frances Leonore was born on October 4, 1907 in Charleston, South Carolina, United States. Daughter of Wallace Watt and Leonore (Byrnes) Fuller.

Education

Student Manhattanville College, 1927-1928. LH.D., Pace U., 1974.

Career

Actress appearing in Broadway plays The Front Page, 1929, Animal Kingdom, 1932, Stage Door, 1937, Home is the Hero, 1952, Lady of the Camellias, 1966. Actress appearing in films One Sunday Afternoon, 1933, Girl in the Red Velvet Swing, 1962, They Might be Giants, 1969, Homebodies, 1973. Television actress series Love of Life, 1963-1968.

Teacher American Academy Dramatic Arts, New York City, 1948-1950, 54-74, director, president, 1954-1964, director, 1964-1974, Chairman of the Board, 1974-1980.

Membership

Member Actors Equity Association, A.F.T.R.A., Screen Actors Guild.

Connections

Married Worthington C. Miner, March 30, 1929. Children: Peter, Margaret (Mistress Hugh Rawson), Mary Elizabeth.

father:
Wallace Watt Fuller

mother:
Leonore (Byrnes) Fuller

spouse:
Worthington C. Miner

children:
Mary Elizabeth Fuller

Margaret Fuller (Mistress Hugh Rawson)

Peter Fuller