Virginia Brown Faire
Virginia Brown Faire was an American actress.
Virginia Brown Faire was born Virginia Labuna on June 26th, in Brooklyn, New York, United States. Her zodiac sign was Cancer.
She died on Monday, June 30th, 1980 at the age of seventy-six (76) in Laguna Beach, California, United States.
As an actress, Virginia Brown Faire played in movies such as "Omar the Tentmaker", released in 1922 in which she portrays Shireen, "West of the Divide" (1934) as Fay Winters, "Monte Cristo" (1922) in which she plays Haidee, an Arabian Princess, "His People" (1925) (character: Ruth Stein), "The Temptress" (1926) playing Celinda.
West of the Divide
Directed by: R. N. Bradbury, starring J. Wayne, V. Brown Faire, G. 'Gabby' Hayes, L. Whitlock...
Directed by: F. Niblo, M. Stiller, starring G. Garbo, A. Moreno, M. McDermott, L. Barrymore...
Directed by: E. Sloman, starring R. Schildkraut, R. Rosanova, R. Gordon, G. J. Lewis...
Omar the Tentmaker
Directed by: J. Young, starring G. Bates Post, V. Brown Faire, N. De Brulier, N. Beery...
Directed by: E. J. Flynn, starring J. Gilbert, E. Taylor, R. McKim, W. V. Mong...
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