Sessions, Almira (1888–1974)

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Sessions, Almira (1888–1974)

American stage, tv, and screen actress. Born Sept 16, 1888, in Washington, DC; died Aug 3, 1974, in Los Angeles, CA.

Appeared in vaudeville, radio and tv; made over 500 films, including Little Nelly Kelly, Chad Hanna, Sullivan's Travels, Miracle of Morgan's Creek, Apartment for Peggy, The Fountainhead, Boston Strangler and Rosemary's Baby.