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Annette Kellerman est une Actrice Australienne née le 6 juillet 1886 à Sydney (Australie)

Annette Kellerman

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Nom de naissance Annette Marie Sarah Kellerman
Nationalité Australie
Naissance 6 juillet 1886 à Sydney (Australie)
Mort 6 novembre 1975 (à 89 ans) à Southport (Australie)

Annette Marie Sarah Kellerman (6 July 1886 – 6 November 1975) was an Australian professional swimmer, vaudeville star, film actress, writer, and business owner.
Kellerman was one of the first women to wear a one-piece bathing costume, instead of the then-accepted pantaloons, and inspired others to follow her example. Kellerman's swimming costumes became so popular, that she started her own fashion line of one-piece bathing suits. Kellerman helped popularize the sport of synchronised swimming; and authored a swimming manual. She appeared in several movies, usually with aquatic themes, and as the star of A Daughter of the Gods was the first major actress to appear nude in a Hollywood production. Kellerman was an advocate of health, fitness, and natural beauty throughout her life.

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Kellerman married her American-born manager, James Sullivan, on or around 26 November 1912 at Danbury, Connecticut.

A lifelong vegetarian, Kellerman owned a health food store in Long Beach, California later in life. She remained active well into old age, continuing to swim and exercise until a short time before her death. She and her husband returned to live in Australia in 1970, and in 1974 she was honoured by the International Swimming Hall of Fame at Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Preceded by her husband in death, Kellerman died in the hospital at Southport, Queensland, Australia, on 6 November 1975, aged 89 and was cremated with Roman Catholic rites. Her remains were scattered in the Great Barrier Reef. She had no children.

Le plus souvent avec

Otis Turner
Otis Turner
(1 films)
Katherine Lee
Katherine Lee
(2 films)
William Welsh
William Welsh
(1 films)
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Filmographie de Annette Kellerman (5 films)

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Venus of the South Seas, 55minutes
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Romance
Thèmes La mer, Transport, Mettant en scène une sirène
Acteurs Annette Kellerman
Rôle Shona Royale
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The daughter of a man who owns a South Seas pearl business falls in love with a wealthy traveler. Her father dies, leaving her the business, but a greedy ship captain schemes to take the business from her.
La Fille des Dieux, 3h
Réalisé par Herbert Brenon
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Fantasy
Thèmes Mettant en scène une sirène
Acteurs Annette Kellerman, Stuart Holmes, Jane Lee, Ricca Allen, Barbara Castleton, Katherine Lee
Rôle Anitia, la fille des Dieux
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Le sultan vit dans l’amertume depuis que son fils Omar s’est noyé. Il en arrive, des années plus tard, à s’entendre avec la Sorcière du Mal, en lui promettant de l'aider à supprimer Anitia, ravissante et mystérieuse jeune fille, si elle ramène le prince à la vie.
Neptune's Daughter
Réalisé par Herbert Brenon, Otis Turner
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Fantasy
Thèmes Magie, Mettant en scène une sirène
Acteurs Annette Kellerman, William Welsh, Leah Baird, Herbert Brenon, Edmund Mortimer, Marguerite Courtot
Rôle Annette, la fille de Neptune
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La fille du roi Neptune prend une forme humaine pour venger la mort de sa jeune sœur qui a été capturée dans un filet de pêche. Cependant, elle tombe amoureuse du roi, celui qu'elle considère comme responsable...
National Red Cross Pageant
Réalisé par Christy Cabanne
Origine Etats-Unis
Acteurs Edith Wynne Matthison, Ethel Barrymore, Kitty Gordon, Olive Tell, Howard Kyle, Irene Fenwick
Rôle The Mediterranean; Italian episode

Vogue magazine (November 15, 1917) wrote about the production: "In the open-air theatre at “Rosemary Farm,” the Long Island estate of Mr. Roland R. Conklin was given, early in October, a most gorgeous pageant, which proved to be, at the same time, one of the most successful of war benefits. This pageant, which consisted of episodes from the history of each of the Allied nations, and the presentation of the case of each Ally before the bar of Truth, Justice, and Liberty, was organized by actors and actresses of the American stage as their contribution to the American Red Cross. It had been long in preparation, and many noted men and women had given generously of their time and effort, --an effort which found its reward, for this single performance brought a net profit of fifty thousand dollars, and the motion picture films which will carry the pageant all over the country will afford an additional income to the Red Cross for some time to come.