• 14 November 1894
  •  Spokane, Washington, USA

Seena Owen


Seena Owen was born in Spokane, WA, on Nov. 14, 1894. Her first film was A Yankee from the West (1915) under the name of Signe Auen, when she was 21. The following year she appeared (as "Attarea") in D.W. Griffith's epic Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916). In 1919 she played Barbara Riggs in the well-received A Fugitive from Matrimony (1919). This very adept actress appeared in several quality films during her career. After Officer Thirteen (1932) she retired from the silver screen in 1933. On August 15, 1966, Seena died in Hollywood, CA, at age 72.


Movie Name Release Date
Η βασίλισσα Κέλλυ – Queen Kelly (1929) January 1, 1929