Holbrook Blinn

Holbrook Blinn

Holbrook Blinn (23 January 1872 – 24 June 1928) was an American actor, born in San Francisco. He appeared on the legitimate stage as a child, and played throughout the United States and in London. He appeared in silent films, and was the director of popular one-act plays at New York's Princess Theatre.

His successes include "Molière" (1919), "A Woman of No Importance" (1916), "The Lady of the Camelias" (1917), and "Getting Together" (1918). Some of his finest screen accomplishments are in "The Bad Man" (1920-23), "Rosita," "Yolanda," and "Janice Meredith."


Blinn died from a fall off his horse not far from his Croton-on-Hudson, New York home and is buried in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, New York.

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