Claire Du Brey

Born in August 31st, 1892

From Bonners Ferry, Idaho, USA

Claire Du Brey Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Claire Du Brey (born Clara Violet Dubrey, August 31, 1892 – August 1, 1993) was an American actress. She appeared in more than 200 films between 1916 and 1959. Her name is sometimes rendered as Claire Du Bray or as Claire Dubrey. Du Brey's screen career began with Universal Studios and she played at one time or another with almost all the larger companies.

More notable films in which she appeared were Anything Once (1917), Social Briars (1918), The Devil's Trail (1919), What Every Woman Wants (1919) and Dangerous Hours (1919). Other films include The Wishing Ring Man, The Spite Bride, The World Aflame, and The Walk Offs. Her career declined with the sound era and she later played mostly small roles. Du Brey was proficient in athletics, excelling in swimming, riding, golfing, tennis and motoring.

She was five feet seven inches high, weighed 130 pounds and had auburn hair and brown eyes, and took a lively interest in horticulture.

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Claire Du Brey Filmography

Lust for Life Poster
September 15, 1956
Ace in the Hole Poster
July 4, 1951
Cinderella Poster
March 4, 1950
Samson and Delilah Poster
December 21, 1949
The Bishop's Wife Poster
February 16, 1948
Cloak and Dagger Poster
September 28, 1946