Alice B. Russell

Alice B. Russell Biography

Alice Burton Russell (June 30, 1892 – December 1984) was an African-American actress and the wife of director Oscar Micheaux, who appeared in six films directed by her husband. She was born in Maxton, North Carolina and died in New Rochelle, New York. She was mentioned often as A. Burton Russell in credits. In addition, she produced three films by her husband and worked as miscellaneous crew in two films.


As actress:

  • The Broken Violin (1927)
  • Wages of Sin (1929)
  • Easy Street (1930)
  • Murder in Harlem (1935)
  • God's Step Children (1938)
  • The Betrayal (1948)
As producer:

  • Darktown Revue (1931)
  • Murder in Harlem (1935)
  • Birthright (1939)
As miscellaneous crew:

  • Ten Minutes to Live (1932)
  • Swing! (1938)

See also

  • Oscar Micheaux
  • Julia Theresa Russell

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