June 26, 1896|
New York City, U.S.
|Died||November 17, 1977
Keefe's film debut in short films occurred around 1911. By 1916, she was playing a substantial role in films including Her Maternal Right, and leading roles in films like Enlighten Thy Daughter (1917). She continued to appear in at least a few movies every year, until her final appearance in Trouping with Ellen in 1924.
Keefe married William M. Brownell.
Keefe died on November 16, 1977 in Danvers, Massachusetts.
- Mills of the Gods (1912)
- Her Maternal Right (1916) as Mary Winslow
- La Bohème (1916)
- The Rail Rider (1916) as Mildred Barker
- Perils of Our Girl Reporters (1916)
- Enlighten Thy Daughter (1917) as Lillian Stevens
- An Amateur Widow (1919)
- Piccadilly Jim (1919)
- The Woman God Sent (1920)
- Marooned Hearts (1920)
- Proxies (1921)
- The Broken Silence (1922)
- Trouping with Ellen (1924)
- Vazzana, Eugene Michael. Silent film necrology: births and deaths of over 9000 performers, directors, producers, and other filmmakers of the silent era, through 1993, p. 176 (1995)
- Langman, Larry. American film cycles: the silent era, p.325 (1998)
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