Conversations with Classic Film Stars: Interviews from Hollywood's Golden Era. Baxter was a who was active in the campaigns of and. She appeared as one of the What's My Line? It also stands one of the most literate dramas ever to come out of Hollywood, a caustic, cautionary tale about how the dark side of our natures can emerge in the pursuit of bright lights and fame. In the 1970s, Baxter was a frequent guest and guest host on The Mike Douglas Show, since Baxter and its star Mike Douglas were friends. Annie made some clinkers but many were quality films where her acting abilities shined.
Archived from on May 25, 2012. I do what I do from inside someone else's skin. Another trip to California proved fruitful. At age 10, Baxter attended a Broadway play starring Helen Hayes, and was so impressed that she declared to her family that she wanted to become an actress. Retrieved July 21, 2016 — via. Soon enough, Fox Studio head Daryl Zanuck was on the phone to Bette Davis, who grabbed the role as if what remained of her career depended on it.
By the age of 13, she had appeared on Broadway in Seen but Not Heard. In 1956, legendary director Cecil B. DeWinter in Rebecca, losing to Joan Fontaine because director Alfred Hitchcock deemed Baxter too young for the role, but she soon secured a seven-year contract with 20th Century Fox. Retrieved September 21, 2016 — via. It was all corny, sure, but DeMille knew it was corny—that's what he wanted, what he loved.
Baxter was nominated for Best Actress at the 1951 Academy Awards for her role in All About Eve. It would be 1950 before she landed another decent role--the part of Eve Harrington in 1950. Personal Life Anne Baxter was married three times. The following year she played Amy Spettigue in the remake of 1941. Baxter was passionate about music and was an active benefactor of the Connecticut Early Music Society. She won an and a , and was nominated for an.
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We have 2 volunteers within ten miles of your requested photo location. Upon Head's death in 1981, Melissa Galt, who was also a goddaughter of Head, was bequeathed Head's jewelry collection. It's more successful to be a personality. A trip to Hollywood in search of a role in the movies ended in failure. On December 12, 1985, Anne died of a stroke in New York. In one of those stories that seems inspired by a backstage musical, Colbert injured herself badly on the set of the film she was finishing up.
Driven and precociously talented, Anne made her Broadway debut at 13. Anne Baxter was born in Michigan City, Indiana to a father salesman and her mother Catherine was the daughter of. Baxter also received a Primetime Emmy nomination in 1969 for the Name of the Game. Baxter married a stockbroker, David Klee, in 1977.
Anne Baxter was born in Michigan City, Indiana to a father salesman and her mother Catherine was the daughter of. At age 10, Baxter attended a Broadway play starring , and she was so impressed that she declared to her family that she wanted to become an actress. She worked with several of Hollywood's greatest directors, including in 1953 , in 1953 , and in 1956. She also played an old flame of Raymond Burr on his crime series Ironside. January 18, 1970 — via.
We have a volunteer within fifty miles of your requested photo location. Sadly, Klee died suddenly less than nine months after their wedding, but Baxter would make Connecticut her base going forward. It was the first role that was really worth anything, but critics weren't that impressed with Anne, her role nor the movie. She arrived in New York City at age 11, attending various private schools.
Death Baxter suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm on December 4, 1985, while hailing a taxi on Madison Avenue in New York City. In 1946 Anne portrayed Sophie MacDonald in 1946 , a film that would land her an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Retrieved July 21, 2016 — via. After several films through the 1950s, Anne landed what many considered a plum role--Queen Nefretiri in 's 1956. Retrieved June 20, 2015 — via. Retrieved July 21, 2016 — via.