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Born: January 4, 1927 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Denver, Colorado, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1937:
At age 10, made first stage appearance at the Loberto Theater in Santa Barbara, CA, in the fantasy play, "Golden Ball" (date approximate)
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Won an acting award while in college for her performance as Birdie in a staging of Lillian Hellman's play, "The Little Foxes"
1950:
Feature film debut in a small supporting role in "Molly"
1951:
Played first leading lady roles in "The First Legion" and "Flaming Feather"
1962:
First TV series, "Saints and Sinners"
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Cast as Marsha Russell on ABC's "Peyton Place"
1971:
TV-movie debut, "Suddenly Single" (ABC)
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Appeared as soap opera actress Margot Brighton on the revamped CBS sitcom "The New Dick Van Dyke Show"
1973:
Last feature film for seven years, "Superdad"
1980:
Returned to features to play a supporting role in "Can't Stop the Music"
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Played matriarch Eudora Weldon on the NBC primetime soap "Flamingo Road"
1996:
Co-starred in "Widow's Kiss" (HBO)
1997:
Had recurring role as Stephen Collins' mother on "7th Heaven" (The WB)

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