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Also Known As: Died: December 4, 2008
Born: April 20, 1924 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Leyden, Netherlands Profession: Cast ...
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Raised in Manhattan
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Pursued painting and briefly worked as a concert pianist
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Acted with touring and stock companies and various little theater groups
1943:
Signed by Columbia Pictures; made her film debut in "Return of the Vampire"
1947:
Broadway debut, "John Loves Mary"
1951:
Appeared with Gene Kelly in the award-winning musical "An American in Paris"
1951:
Panelist for the current events game show, "It's News to Me"; hosted by Walter Cronkite and John Daly
1954:
Received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Executive Suite"
1956:
Regular on John Houseman's CBS "Playhouse 90" television series
1956:
Played Pharaoh's sister who found the baby Moses in Cecil B. DeMille's "The Ten Commandments"
1959:
Served as George Stevens' associate director for the film, "The Diary of Anne Frank"
1960:
Last film for over a decade, "Spartacus" opposite Kirk Douglas and Laurence Olivier
1962:
Played Mrs. Danvers in a TV adaptation of "Rebecca" starring James Mason and Joan Hackett
1967:
Directed the stage play, "Ways and Means"
1971:
Returned to films with a supporting role in Otto Preminger's black comedy, "Such Good Friends"
1975:
Appeared in the film "Mahogany" starring Diana Ross
1985:
Played Dr. Julianna Moorhouse on the short-lived occult drama series, "Shadow Chasers"
1992:
Received screen credit as an acting coach for "Encino Man"

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