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Sylvia Field Timeline
1918The Betrothal (1918). Undetermined role.
1919Thunder (1919). Comedy. As "Azalea.".
1922The Cat and the Canary (1922). Melodrama. As "Annabelle West" [replacement actress].
1923Connie Goes Home (1923). Comedy.
1924Cock o' the Roost (1924). Comedy.
1925The Butter and Egg Man (1925). As "Jane Weston.".
1925Something to Brag About (1925). Comedy-farce. As "Millicent Harrington.".
1925Mrs. Partridge Presents (1925). Comedy. As "Delight Partridge.".
1926Broadway (1926). Drama. As "Billie Moore.".
1926The Little Spitfire (1926). Comedy. As "Gypsy.".
1927The Royal Family (1927). As "Gwen Cavendish.".
1927Behold This Dreamer (1927). Drama. As "Melodie.".
1930Volpone (1930). Comedy [revival]. As "Colomba.".
1930The Up and Up (1930). Comedy. As "Bee.".
1930Queen at Home (1930). Comedy. As "Jennifer Lee.".
1930Marco Millions (1930). Comedy [revival]. As "Princess Kukachin.".
1931Give Me Yesterday (1931). Melodrama. As "Sally.".
1931Adam's Wife (1931). Drama. Written by Theodore St. John. Ritz Theatre: 28 Dec 1931- Jan 1932 (closing date unknown/8 performances). As "Jennie Adams." Cast included: Victor Kilian, Arthur C. Morris, Ernest Pollock, Ralph Urmy.
1931Just to Remind You (1931). Drama. As "Doris Sabin.".
1931Caught Wet (1931). As "Elizabeth Betts.".
1932Mother of actress Sally Moffet (1932-1995) from an earlier marriage, she later married actor Ernest Truex and produced a son, Barry Truex, who also became a minor actor.
1959Prim, pleasant, gentle-voiced, often bespectacled American character actress of Broadway and occasional film who capped her career on TV in the late 1950s playing the cookie-baking neighbor Mrs. Wilson on the "Dennis the Menace" (1959) TV series.