Priscilla Dean was an American actress known for her work during the silent film era. She was born on November 25, 1896, in New York City, USA. Dean began her acting career in vaudeville and later transitioned to films, where she gained popularity as a versatile and talented actress. She made her screen debut in 1912 and quickly rose to fame in the 1910s and 1920s with her performances in various films. Priscilla Dean was known for her roles in crime dramas and melodramas, often portraying strong and independent female characters. She was often cast as the femme fatale or as a tough, adventurous woman. One of her most notable films is “Outside the Law” (1920), directed by Tod Browning, where she played the role of Molly Madden, a gangster’s daughter. The film received critical acclaim and solidified her status as a leading actress of the time. In 1923, Dean…