Canadian actresses who deceased in 1953

Here are 1 famous actresses from Canada died in 1953:

Alma Chester

Alma Chester (April 30, 1870 Canada-January 22, 1953 Woodland Hills) was a Canadian actor.

She began her acting career in the late 1890s in the United States and appeared in over 200 films throughout her career. Chester is best known for her work in silent films and for her roles in the serials "The Black Box" and "The Diamond Queen". In addition to acting, she was also a writer and producer. Chester retired from acting in the early 1930s but continued to work in the film industry as a casting director. She was posthumously inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960.

Throughout her long career, Alma Chester worked with several well-known actors and directors of her time, including Mary Pickford, Rudolph Valentino, and Wallace Beery. She often played supporting roles, but her performances were always memorable and praised by critics. In addition to her film work, Chester was also a regular on the stage and appeared in several Broadway productions during the early 1900s. In the 1920s, she founded and operated her own production company, Alma Chester Productions, which focused on creating short films. She also wrote and produced several of her own films during this time. Despite her significant contributions to the film industry, Alma Chester's name is not as well-known as some of her contemporaries. However, her legacy as a talented actor and filmmaker continues to be celebrated by film historians and enthusiasts today.

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