|Born||November 8, 1879|
|Died||April 20, 1981(aged 101)|
Mabel Trunnelle (November 8, 1879 – April 20, 1981) was an American actress who appeared in 194 films between 1908 and 1923.
Photoplay magazine argued that she was the merry-serious girl whose expressive eyes and face mirror emotions more effectively than a hundred voices. She was educated upon the stage for the five years she had spent in films, mostly before Edison cameras. Miss Trunnelle was a modest, cheerful, winsome young American wife whose husband was Herbert Prior.
- A Woman's Way (1908) *short
- Nursing a Viper (1909) *short
- Silver Threads Among the Gold (1911) *short
- The Lighthouse by the Sea (1911) *short
- Ranson's Folly (1915)
- Eugene Aram (1915)
- Where Love Is (1917)
- Singed Wings (1922)
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