British postcard. A.G. Taylor’s Royalty Series, No. 847. Photo Bassano.
Constance Collier (1878–1955) was an English stage and film actress and later one of Hollywood’s premiere drama and voice coaches. In a career that covered six decades, she evolved into one of London’s and Broadway’s finest tragediennes. Although she appeared in a number of silent British and American films, her career in the cinema got really on steam in her senior years when Collier appeared in well-regarded supporting roles in more than twenty Hollywood productions.