Valentine Grant

Active - 1915 - 1917  |   Born - Feb 14, 1881 in Indiana  |   Died - Mar 12, 1949 in Orange Co., CA  |  

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A rather dowdy-looking actress, brunette Valentine Grant enjoyed a few years of popularity in the mid-1910s courtesy of her husband Sidney Olcott, who directed her in such fare as The Innocent Lie (1916), a sentimental drama set in Ireland, and Daughter of MacGregor (1916). The latter, which she wrote herself, depicted how little Jean MacGregor fled a nasty stepmother and found happiness in Florida. In her mid-twenties at the time, Grant was probably a little long in the tooth for such fare and she left the screen in 1918.