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Also Known As: Lois Jean Albright Died:
Born: July 20, 1925 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Akron, Ohio, USA Profession: Cast ... actor model stenographer switchboard operator receptionist
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A charming but often miscast leading actress, with a tough style reminiscent of Barbara Stanwyck, Lola Albright was shown at her best in "A Cold Wind in August" (1961). She won the Best Actress award at the 1966 Berlin Film Festival for her performance in "Lord Love a Duck" as Tuesday Weld's mother who turns suicidal when she thinks she has ruined her daughter's life. Albright was also known to TV viewers as Edie Hart, the girlfriend of Craig Stevens' "Peter Gunn" (NBC, 1958-60; ABC 1960-61).

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