Edna Marion, also known as Edna Marian (born Edna Marion Hannam; December 12, 1906 – December 2, 1957) was a silent motion picture actress who appeared in a number of Hal Roach short comedies. Her death certificate states she was a housewife when she died in Los Angeles from pneumonia, and her death widowed her husband Harold Naisbitt. She is buried at Holy-Cross Cemetery, in Los Angeles CA.
Born in Chicago, Marion played comic supporting roles in more than 60 films. She began her career in the 1920s, starring in Edward Ludwig's Broadway Beauties, followed by several appearances in Francis Corby's productions and spending much of the late 1920s at the Hal Roach studios, alongside comedians Charley Chase, Laurel and Hardy, and others. Her career at the Hal Roach Studies ended abruptly on April 7, 1928 after being employed since April 25, 1927.
- The Mad Racer (1926)
- The Still Alarm (1926)
- Sugar Daddies (1927)
- Now I'll Tell One (1927)
- Flying Elephants (1928)
- From Soup to Nuts (1928)
- Sinner's Parade (1928)
- Barnum & Ringling, Inc. (1928)
- Should Married Men Go Home? (1928)
- Marriage Rows (1931)
- Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)
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