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Agnes Moorehead

Agnes Moorehead

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Also Known As: Died: April 30, 1974
Born: December 6, 1900 Cause of Death: lung cancer
Birth Place: Clinton, Massachusetts, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1917:
Appeared with Municipal Opera Company in St. Louis, Missouri
1923:
Radio debut, singing in St. Louis
1929:
Broadway debut, "Scarlet Pages"
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Toured in vaudeville with Phil Baker
1938:
Joined Orson Welles' "Mercury Theater of the Air"
1941:
Film debut in Welles' "Citizen Kane"
1942:
Had one of her best screen roles in Welles' "The Magnificent Ambersons"; won first of four Oscar nominations as Best Supporting Actress
1953:
TV debut, on "Revlon Mirror Theater" (NBC & CBS)
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Series debut, in "My Sister Eileen" (CBS)
1964:
Won fourth Oscar nomination for Supporting Actress for "Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte"
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Co-starred in hit sitcom "Bewitched" (ABC)
1973:
Last film, "Charlotte's Web" (voice only)
1973:
Made final Broadway appearance in "Gigi" as Madame Alvarez
1974:
Last TV appearance, "Rex Harrison Presents Short Stories of Love" (NBC)

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