Priscilla Bonner

Washington, District of Columbia, USA


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Priscilla Bonner (February 17, 1899 – February 21, 1996) was an American silent film actress. Bonner made her screen debut in 1920 in the film Homer Comes Home. She went on to co-star with Jack Pickford in The Man Who Had Everything (1920), Lon Chaney in Shadows (1922), Colleen Moore in April Showers (1923), and comedian Harry Langdon in The Strong Man (1926). In 1925 she starred in the controversial independent film The Red Kimono, produced and directed by Dorothy Davenport. In 1927 she was loaned to Paramount Pictures to co-star in the box office hit It, starring Clara Bow. Bonner died in 1996 at the age of 97.