Lila Chester Net Worth

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Lila Chester Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Lila Hayward Chester was born in Richmond, Virginia, and was educated at the University of California. She followed a career in stock and vaudeville on the stage. Her middle name was rarely used in publicity. She worked with P.A. Powers in 1911 and January 1912. Around the same time she also was an actress with Gaumont and Edison. Early in 1912 Lila Chester moved to Thanhouser, for whom she played in many films through 1915.In 1913 The New York Times named her as "one of the prettiest girls of today," in a contest judged by artists who specialized in the so-called "American girl," including James Montgomery Flagg, C. Allen Gilbert, Clarence F. Underwood, and Penrhyn Stanlaws. In the same year, by arrangement with Thanhouser, she was seen in Sapho, a Majestic film starring Florence Roberts and Shelley Hull, produced in Los Angeles for release on the Mutual Program.A publicist for Thanhouser, quoted in The Chicago Tribune, February 14, 1914, stated that by that time she had appeared in over 400 films. If most of these bore the Thanhouser label, then she must have played hundreds of minor roles, for Lila Chester appeared in relatively few film credits or publicity notices. Her most important role with Thanhouser was as Susan Farlow, companion to Florence LaBadie, in the extremely successful serial, The Million Dollar Mystery.Miss Chester left Thanhouser toward the end of 1914. The New Rochelle Pioneer, June 19, 1915, reported: "Lila Chester has returned to the studio to work in screenplays." However, her stay there was brief, and soon she again departed. By 1916 she had moved to Fort Lee, New Jersey, where she appeared in the August 1916 film, Miss Petticoats, produced by Peerless for World. She remained with World, and by 1918 had played roles in Sins of Society, The Unpardonable Sin, The Page Mystery, and A Self-Made Widow.A 1918 directory noted that she was 5'5" tall, weighed 123 pounds, and had a fair complexion, titian hair, and blue eyes. Her home address at the time was 118 West 72nd Street, New York City, and she worked with the World Film Corporation in Fort Lee, New Jersey. Her hobby was clothesmaking, embroidery, knitting, and other needlework.

Date Of Birth1888, Richmond, Virginia, United States
Place Of BirthRichmond, Virginia, USA
MoviesThe Cry of the Children, The Million Dollar Mystery, Just a Shabby Doll, Uncle's Namesakes, Adrift in a Great City


Vengeance1918Hindu Wife
Stolen Hours1918Lady Hermione
A Self-Made Widow1917Della
The Page Mystery1917Kathleen Lorraine
Miss Petticoats1916Mrs. Worth Courtleigh
The Unpardonable Sin1916Mae Forsythe (as Lila Hayward Chester)
The Sins of Society1915Madame D'Orville (as Lila Hayward Chester)
The Little Mademoiselle1915Gabrielle D'Ornay
A Plugged Nickel1915ShortLila Christopher - Wife (as Lila Hayward Chester)
The Bridal Bouquet1915Short
The Terror of Anger1914ShortRawlings' Unfaithful Wife
The Million Dollar Mystery1914Susan Farlow - Florence's Companion
The Girl Across the Hall1914ShortAlice Donovan (as Lila Hayward Chester)
The Musician's Daughter1914ShortThe Wealthy Widow
The Tin Soldier and the Dolls1914ShortMrs. Gray - Helen's Mother
When Sorrow Fades1914Short
Their Cousin from England1914ShortMrs. Gray
The Eugenic Boy1914ShortMrs.Pointdexter
Cardinal Richelieu's Ward1914Marion de Lorme
The Success of Selfishness1914ShortIrene's Maid
Joseph in the Land of Egypt1914Undetermined Role (as Lila Hayward Chester)
Coals of Fire1914ShortThe Child's Nurse
Adrift in a Great City1914ShortThe Nurse
The Runaway Princess1914ShortThe Millionaire's Sister
Frou Frou1914Undetermined Role
Peggy's Invitation1913ShortGracia Vanderlee
Uncle's Namesakes1913ShortMay - Jack's Wife
The Legend of Provence1913The Adventuress
Baby's Joy Ride1913ShortBeatrice Winters, the Wife
The Children's Hour1913ShortThe Wife
Flood Tide1913/IShort
Moths1913Lady Dolly
The Wax Lady1913ShortThe Wax Lady
The Heart of a Child1913ShortThe Mother
Babies Prohibited1913Short
Just a Shabby Doll1913ShortThe Governess
Half Way to Reno1913ShortThe Mother
When a Count Counted1912ShortThe Rich Client
Cousins1912ShortVaudeville Artist
The Professor's Son1912ShortThe Nurse
The Cry of the Children1912ShortThe factory owner's wife

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