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Lucille Ricksen
Lucille Ricksen
Lucille Ricksen in 1924
Birthday/Birthplace Ingeborg Myrtle Elisabeth Ericksen
(1910-08-22)August 22, 1910
Chicago, Illinois
Deceased March 13, 1925(1925-03-13)
Los Angeles, California
Cause of death Tuberculosis
Resting place Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Citizenship American
Other names Lucille Rickson
Profession(s) Actress, model
Active Years 1913–1923

Lucille Ricksen (August 22, 1909 – March 13, 1925) was an American film actress from the silent film era.

Lucille_Ricksen’s Biography

Her real name was Lucille Ericksen , she was born in Chicago, Illinois. Ricksen began his career as a professional child model. In 1920 she arrived with her mother, Ingeborg, in Hollywood, California, at the request of Samuel Goldwyn, who chose her immediately to work with eleven-year-olds in a comedy serial entitled The Adventures of Edgar Pomeroy. The serial consisted of about twelve episodes, and was based on the narrations of Booth Tarkington, with actor Edward Peil Jr. in the role of ‘Edgar’.

After leaving the series of Edgar Pomeroy, Ricksen was chosen in 1922 to work in the comedy directed by Stuart Paton The Married Flapper, opposite Marie Prevost and Kenneth Harlan, which underpinned the career of the actress, with thirteen years then.

In 1922, Ricksen signed a contract with actor and director Marshall Neilan, who chose her to work on a film that won critical and economic success, the drama The Stranger’s Banquet, opposite Claire Windsor and Hobart Bosworth. < / p>

Lucille Ricksen spent the first twenty years performing in numerous and notorious films. One of her best performances was her role as ‘Ginger’ in the 1923 film directed by John Griffith Ray Human Wreckage, which was a film focused on the prevention of drug use, produced and performed by Dorothy Davenport, whose husband in Real life, silent film actor Wallace Reid, had died because of his addiction to morphine in January of that same year.

Between 1920 and 1925, the actress would shine in front of some of the most popular actors of the silent era, such as Conrad Nagel, James Kirkwood, Sr., Jack Pickford, Louise Fazenda, Laura La Plante, Anna Q. Nilsson, Blanche Sweet, Bessie Love, Cullen Landis and Patsy Ruth Miller. Ricksen often played characters who were much older than her, earning praise from the public and the industry for her maturity in handling adult themes. In 1924, at the age of fourteen, Lucille Ricksen was named one of the WAMPAS Baby Stars, a promotional campaign sponsored by the Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers of the United States, which annually rewarded the thirteen most promising young actresses of the moment. Other actresses named that year were Dorothy Mackaill and Clara Bow.

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