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Also Known As: Died: December 12, 1985
Born: May 7, 1923 Cause of Death: stroke
Birth Place: Michigan City, Indiana, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1927:
Moved to Bronxville, New York with family at age four (date approximate)
1934:
Began studying acting with Maria Ouspenskaya
1936:
Broadway acting debut at age 13 in "Seen But Not Heard"
1939:
Moved to Hollywood
1940:
Film acting debut in "20 Mule Team"
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Tested unsuccessfully for the leading role in Alfred Hitchcock's "Rebecca"
1940:
Acted in the "The Great Profile", starring John Barrymore
1942:
Breakthrough role as Joseph Cotten's daughter in Orson Welles' "The Magnificent Ambersons"
1943:
Received top billing for first time on Lewis Milestone's "North Star"
1944:
Acted opposite future husband John Hodiak in "Sunday Dinner for a Soldier"
1946:
Had one of her best screen roles as a dipsomaniac Sophie MacDonald in "The Razor's Edge"; won Best Supporting Actress Oscar
1948:
Second film with Hodiak, "Homecoming"
1950:
Played best-known role of Eve Harrington, a scheming aspiring actress who worms her way into the life of an aging Broadway star (Bette Davis) in the classic "All About Eve"; nominated for a Best Actress Academy Award
1953:
Co-starred with Montgomery Clift in Alfred Hitchcock's "I Confess"
1956:
Played Nefretiri, the Egyptian queen, in Cecil B DeMille's remake of "The Ten Commandments"
1957:
Made early TV appearance in episode of "G.E. Theatre" (CBS)
1957:
Returned to Broadway after absence of nearly 20 years in "The Square Root of Wonderful"
1958:
Made London stage debut in "The Joshua Tree"
1961:
Moved to Australia after second marriage to Randolph Gant
1964:
Returned to the USA (date approximate)
:
Portrayed Olga, Queen of the Cossacks, on ABC's "Batman"
1967:
TV-movie debut, "Stranger on the Run" (NBC)
1969:
Received an Emmy nomination as Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for "The Bobby Currier Story" episode of "The Name of the Game" (NBC)
1969:
Had regular role as love interest for the title character during first season of "Marcus Welby, M.D." (ABC)
1971:
Replaced Lauren Bacall in role of Margo Channing in the award-winning Broadway musical "Applause", based on "All About Eve"; Channing was Bette Davis' character in movie
1973:
Played Margaret Schilling in "Hallmark Hall of Fame" presentation of "Lisa, Bright and Dark" (NBC)
1976:
Published memoir of life in the Outback, "Intermission: A True Story"
1976:
Starred in NBC miniseries "The Moneychangers"
1980:
Made final feature, "Jane Austen in Manhattan", directed by James Ivory; cast included her daughter Katrina Hodiak
1981:
Acted in the ABC miniseries remake of "East of Eden"
1983:
Narrated the documentary "The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright"
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Portrayed the owner of the St Francis, in the ABC anthology series "Hotel"; replaced an ailing Bette Davis in the role
1984:
Co-starred in the British TV-movie "The Masks of Death/Sherlock Holmes and the Masks of Death", starring Peter Cushing
1985:
Appeared as herself in "The Thrill of Genius", a feature documentary about Alfred Hitchcok

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