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Also Known As: Died: July 2, 1991
Born: December 14, 1935 Cause of Death: kidney and lung cancer
Birth Place: Quincy, Massachusetts, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Moved to NYC at age seven
1951:
Began career as a chorus dancer in summer stock productions at the Music Circus Tent
1953:
TV debut in "Double Ivory" on "Kraft Television Theater"
1953:
Broadway debut in "Be Your Age" at age 16
1956:
Film acting debut in "A Face in the Crowd"
1960:
Acted in TV special "The Tempest"
1973:
TV-movie debut, "The Blue Knight"
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Appeared in TV miniseries and movies including "Ike" (1979) "Toughlove" (1985) and "Nutcracker - Money, Madness and Murder" (1987)
1985:
Performed in "Follies in Concert" at Avery Fisher Hall (broadcast on PBS's "Great Performances" in 1986)
1988:
Joined Garner/Duchow Productions to form Garner/Duchow/Remick Productions (with James Garner and Peter Duchow)
1990:
Made final stage appearance opposite Tom Skeritt in "Love Letters" in Los Angeles (June)
1991:
Star was dedicated in her honor on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (April)

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