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Lillian Hall-Davis
Born Lilian Hall Davis
23 June 1898(1898-06-23)
Mile End, London, England
Died 25 October 1933 (aged 35)
London, England
Years active 1917-1931
Spouse(s) Walter Pemberton

Lillian Hall-Davis (23 June 1898 — 25 October 1933) was a British actress during the silent era.

The daughter of a London taxi driver, her films included 1924s Quo Vadis, and The Ring (1927) and The Farmer's Wife (1928) both directed by Alfred Hitchcock. She failed to make the transition to talkies and killed herself at home in Golders Green by turning on the gas supply and cutting her own throat.

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