Marion Fairfax

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Marion Fairfax
Marion Fairfax.jpg
Born (1875-10-24)October 24, 1875
Richmond, Virginia,
United States
Died October 2, 1970(1970-10-02) (aged 94)
Los Angeles, California,
United States
Occupation Screenwriter

Marion Fairfax (October 24, 1875 – October 2, 1970) was an American screenwriter and playwright.

Born as Marion Neiswanger in Richmond, Virginia, her best-known credit was the screenplay for The Lost World (1925). She was married to actor Tully Marshall from 1899 until his death in 1943. She did not remarry.

Her contributions as a playwright include The Builders (1907), The Chaperon (1908), The Talker (1912), A Modern Girl (1914), Mrs. Boltay's Daughters (1915), and a 1908 adaption of the novel Mr. Crewe's Career.[1]

Death[edit]

Marion Fairfax died in Los Angeles, California, aged 94.

Selected filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Screen's Newest Woman Producer, Photoplay Vol. 20, N. 5, p. 24 (October 1921)

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