Sylvia Breamer

Sylvia Breamer

Known for: Acting
Biography: 1897-06-09
Deathday: 1943-06-07 (45 years old)


From Wikipedia

Sylvia Breamer (9 June 1897 – 7 June 1943) was an Australian

actress who performed in American silent motion pictures beginning in 1917. Her

father was Sir James De Courcey Breamer, a commander in the Royal Navy. After

his death her mother married Judge A.G. Plunkett, formerly of Sydney,


Sylvia's initial film efforts were with Colonel J. Stuart

Blackton films. She also performed in releases produced by Mayflower Pictures.

Breamer came to Hollywood with her sister, Doris, in 1920. Her mother relocated

also, residing at 837 South Catalina Street, Los Angeles, California.

Her first Hollywood movie was Athalie, a story of

spiritualism, directed by Sid Franklin, formerly the director of Mary Pickford.

The film was based on a work by Robert W. Chambers. Breamer worked at Brunton

Studios. Her work with director Franklin was released by First National


In 1921 Sylvia was signed by Director General Lloyd B.

Carleton to make features produced by the Rubayat Press and Photoplay

Corporation. Sylvia travelled with a Universal Pictures film crew on location

in Truckee, California. This was during the making of Bavu (1923). The group

left Universal City, California in an effort to complete scenes of the deaths

of Bolshevik characters in the Russian melodrama. Among others the film

featured actors Wallace Beery and Estelle Taylor.

When she came west from Australia Sylvia had just divorced

William Morrison, a director. She married him when she was only sixteen years

old. On 1 November 1924 the actress married Dr. Harry Martin at the Glenwood

Inn in Riverside, California. Martin, 34, formerly practiced medicine in

Chicago, Illinois. He served in World War I and relocated to Los Angeles after

being discharged from the U.S. Army.

Miss Breamer was an avid horsewoman. Another hobby was

seeking grunion at Del Rey, California. She owned beautiful jewellery. A

diamond bracelet was taken from her just before she departed New York City to come

to Hollywood. The bracelet was valued at $1,200.

Sylvia Breamer died in New York City in 1943.



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1943-06-07 (45 years old)

Birth Place
Sydney, Australia

Harry Martin (1924-01-01 - 1928-01-01)

Australia, United States of America

Also Known As
Sylvia Poppy Bremer

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