Clarine Seymour

Clarine Seymour (December 9, 1898 - April 25, 1920) was an American silent film actress. Seymour was born to Albert V. and Florence Seymour in Brooklyn, New York where her father ran a prosperous ribbon manufacturing business.. Seymour's only sibling was her brother, Harry, who was born in 1916. By the time she was eighteen years of age, the family relocated to New Rochelle, New York where her father became so ill that he had no choice but to close his successful business. In an effort to preserve the Seymour Family Fortune, she secured work through the Thanhouser Film Company which was conveniently located in the town of New Rochelle. As a result of her work through that company, she obtained work through Pathé in a Pearl White serial. In 1917 she began her film career in Mystery of the Double Cross opposite actress Mollie King . Soon Pathé offered her work at film studios in the West Coast and Seymour gladly accepted. She was soon doing work in the Toto the Clown film serials for the Robin Company and in time she was also doing comedic sketches with Al Christie Comedies.


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