Virginia Lee Corbin
|Virginia Lee Corbin|
December 5, 1910|
|Died||June 5, 1942
|Years active||1913 - 1931|
|Spouse(s)||Theodore Krol 1929-1937 (divorced)
Virginia Lee Corbin (December 5, 1910 - June 4, 1942) was an American silent film actress. Corbin began her career as a child actress in 1916, when she was billed as Baby Virginia Corbin, and went on to become a youthful flapper in the 1920s. She was one of the many silent stars that would not make it in the sound era, and retired from acting in the early 1930s.
She married Chicago stockbroker Theodore Krol in 1929 and they had two children, Phillip and Robert. They divorced in 1937 and shortly after she married another Chicago stockbroker, Charles Jacobson.
She died at age 31 from tuberculosis.
- Wine of Youth (1924)
- Broken Laws (1924)
- The Three Keys (1925)
- Hands Up! (1926)
- The Whole Town's Talking (1926)
- Bare Knees (1928)
- Footlights and Fools (1929)
- Shotgun Pass (1931)
- X Marks the Spot (1931)
- Alladin and the Wonderful Lamp
- The City That Never Sleeps
- Knee High
- The Perfect Sap
- Billboard June 27, 1942
- Motion Picture Classic Vol. III No.7 (March 1917)
- Silents Are Golden website article
- Lussier, T: "Silentera.com"
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