Duke, Patty 1946- (Patty Duke Astin, Anna Duke-Pearce, Anna Pearce)

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Duke, Patty 1946- (Patty Duke Astin, Anna Duke-Pearce, Anna Pearce)


Original name, Anna Marie Duke; born December 14, 1946, in New York, NY; daughter of John Patrick (a cab driver and handyman) and Frances (a cashier; maiden name, McMahon) Duke; married Harry Falk (a director), November 26, 1965 (divorced, 1969); married Michael Tell (a rock music promoter), c. June 24, 1970 (marriage annulled, c. July 9, 1970); married John Astin (an actor, director, and producer), August 5, 1972 (divorced, 1985); married Michael Pearce (a noncommissioned military officer), March 15, 1986; children: (second marriage) Sean (an actor); (third marriage) Mackenzie (an actor); (fourth marriage) Kevin, Michael (adopted), Charlene (stepdaughter), Raelene (stepdaughter; deceased). Education: Graduate of Quintano School for Young Professionals.


Agent—Innovative Artists Talent and Literary Agency, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401; (voice work) Cunningham/Escott/Slevin & Doherty Talent Agency, 10635 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 140, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Manager—Mitchell K. Stubbs, Mitchell K. Stubbs and Associates, 8675 West Washington Blvd., Suite 203, Culver City, CA 90232.


Actress, producer, and writer. American Film Institute, lecturer, 1988; appeared in commercials early in her career; also appeared in the television public service announcement campaign The More You Know. Online Center for Mental Wellness, founder, 2005; National Institute of Mental Health, spokesperson; also political advocate.


Screen Actors Guild (president, 1985-88), American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

Awards, Honors:

Theatre World Award, 1959-60; Academy Award, Golden Globe Award nomination, and Golden Laurel Award, Producers Guild of America, all best supporting actress, and Golden Globe Award, most promising female newcomer, all 1963, for The Miracle Worker; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actress in a series, 1964, Golden Globe Award nomination, best female television star, 1966, and TV Land Award nomination, 2003, and TV Land Award, 2004, both favorite dual role character, all for The Patty Duke Show; Billboard Gold Record, 1966, for Please, Just Don't Stand There; Golden Laurel Award nomination, best female musical performance, 1966, for Billie; Golden Globe Award, best actress in a motion picture musical or comedy, and Golden Laurel Award nomination, best female dramatic performance, both 1970, for Me, Natalie; Emmy Award, outstanding single performance by a lead actress, 1970, for My Sweet Charlie; Emmy Award, outstanding lead actress in a limited series, 1977, for Captains and the Kings; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding lead actress for a single appearance in a drama or comedy series, 1978, for Having Babies III; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in a drama or comedy special, 1978, for A Family Upside Down; Emmy Award, outstanding lead actress in a limited series or special, 1980, for The Miracle Worker; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in a limited series or special, 1981, for The Women's Room; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding individual achievement in children's programming, 1981, for The Girl on the Edge of Town; People's Choice Award, favorite female television performer, 1983, for It Takes Two; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in a limited series or special, 1984, for George Washington; Genie Award nomination, best performance by a foreign actress, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 1983, for By Design; Bronze Wrangler Award (with others), outstanding fictional television drama, Western Heritage Awards, 1984, for September Gun; Eleanor Roosevelt Award, Southern California chapter, Democratic Action, 1985; Aid for AIDS Award, 1985; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actress in a drama series, 1999, for "I Do," Touched by an Angel; Camie Award, inspirational performance by an actress, 2000, for A Season for Miracles; Helen Keller Achievement Award, American Foundation for the Blind, 2001; Harold Russell Award, Annual Media Access Awards, Screen Actors Guild, 2002, for contribution of public awareness of disability through the media; Lifetime Achievement Award, Temecula Valley International Film Festival, 2002; True Colors Award, Rainbow Connection, 2003; Erasing the Stigma Mental Health Leadership Award, 2003; Idaho Governor's Award in the Arts, artist to the world, 2002; received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, 2004; Best Actress Award, Long Island Film Festival, 2004, for Wrong Turn; Special Recognition Award, American Association of Community Theatre, 2004.


Film Appearances:

Emily Ann Faulkner at age eight, The Goddess, Columbia, 1958.

Sis Brand, Country Music Holiday, 1958.

Marjorie Sutherland, 4D Man (also known as The Evil Force and Master of Terror), 1959.

Debbie Walters, Happy Anniversary, 1959.

Helen Keller, The Miracle Worker, United Artists, 1962.

Billie Carol, Billie, United Artists, 1965.

Voice of Thumbelina, The Daydreamer, 1966.

Neely O'Hara, Valley of the Dolls, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967.

Herself, Think Twentieth, 1967.

Natalie Miller, Me, Natalie, National General, 1969.

Francesca Kinsolving, You'll Like My Mother, Universal, 1972.

Helen Keller (in archive footage), America at the Movies, 1976.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Rita, The Swarm, Warner Bros., 1978.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Helen, By Design (also known as Sur measure), Canadian, 1981.

Doris Niceman, Willy/Milly (also known as I Was a Teenage Boy and Something Special), 1984.

The Hitch-Hikers, 1989.

Mrs. Boyle, Prelude to a Kiss, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992.

(Uncredited) Neely O'Hara (in archive footage), Isn't She Great, MCA/Universal, 2000.

Esther, Wrong Turn (short film), 2003.

Mrs. Keene/Earlene, Bigger than the Sky, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 2005.

Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (documentary; also known as B.G.A. 2 and Broadway: The Golden Age Two), Second Act Productions, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

Ellen Williams Dennis, The Brighter Day, 1958-60.

Molly Scharf as girl, Kitty Foyle, 1958.

Patty Lane and Cathy Lane, Patty Duke Show, ABC, 1963-66.

Panelist, Match Game PM (game show), 1975.

Panelist, Match Game (game show), between 1975 and 1982.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Molly Quinn, It Takes Two, ABC, 1982-83.

President Julia Mansfield, Hail to the Chief, ABC, 1985.

Karen Matthews, Karen's Song, Fox, 1987.

(As Anna Pearce) Hannah Miller, Amazing Grace (also known as Wing and a Prayer), NBC, 1995.

Television Appearances; Movies:

"The Prince and the Pauper," The DuPont Show of the Month, 1957.

Young Cathy, "Wuthering Heights," The DuPont Show of the Month, 1958.

Lynda, Swiss Family Robinson, 1958.

Tootie, Meet Me in St. Louis, 1959.

Coral, The Power and the Glory, 1961.

Marlene Chambers, My Sweet Charlie, 1970.

Macy Kramer, Two on a Bench, 1971.

Eileen Phillips, If Tomorrow Comes (also known as The Glass Hammer), CBS, 1971.

Laura Wilson, She Waits, 1971.

Jenny, Deadly Harvest, 1972.

Jan Richards, Nightmare, 1974.

Adelaide, "Hard Day at Blue Nose," Wide World of Mystery, 1974.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Rosemary Woodhouse, Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby (also known as Rosemary's Baby II), 1976.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Dr. Peggy Wilson, Fire!, 1977.

Sylvia Crawford, Rosetti and Ryan: Men Who Love Women, 1977.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Laura Lockwood/Valerie Steffan, Curse of the Black Widow (also known as Love Trap), 1977.

Norma Walsh, Killer on Board, 1977.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Sue Davidoff, The Storyteller, 1977.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Leslee Wexler, Having Babies III, 1978.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Wendy, A Family Upside Down, 1978.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Annie Sullivan, The Miracle Worker, 1979.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Carole Matthews, Before and After, 1979.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Lily, The Women's Room, 1980.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Deborah Bergman, Mom, the Wolfman and Me, 1980.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Liz Benedict, The Baby Sitter, 1980.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Sarah McDavid, The Violation of Sarah McDavid, 1981.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Martha, The Girl on the Edge of Town, 1981.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Jeanne Bosnick, Something So Right, 1982.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Sister Dulcina, September Gun, 1983.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Laura Dietz, Best Kept Secrets, 1984.

Concetta Hassan, A Time to Triumph, 1986.

Shirley Abrams, Fight for Life, 1987.

Althea Sloan, Perry Mason: The Case of the Avenging Ace, NBC, 1988.

Anne Capute, Fatal Judgement, CBS, 1988.

Nancy Evans, Amityville: The Evil Escapes (also known as The Amityville Horror: The Evil Escapes, Part 4 and Amityville 4: The Evil Escapes), NBC, 1989.

Caroyln Henry, Everybody's Baby: The Rescue of Jessica McClure, ABC, 1989.

(As Anna Duke-Pearce) Herself, Call Me Anna (also known as Call Me Anna: The Patty Duke Story), ABC, 1990.

Ruth Monroe, Always Remember I Love You, CBS, 1990.

Judge Carol Ray, Absolute Strangers, CBS, 1991.

Betty Rollin, Last Wish, ABC, 1992.

Jean Williams, Grave Secrets: The Legacy of Hilltop Drive (also known as Grave Secrets), CBS, 1992.

Jean Monroe, A Killer Among Friends (also known as Friends to the End), CBS, 1992.

Beth Thompson, A Family of Strangers (also known as Nee de pere inconnu), CBS, 1993.

Lucille Jenkins, No Child of Mine (also known as The Fight for Baby Jesse), CBS, 1993.

Mary Brown, A Matter of Justice (also known as Final Justice), NBC, 1993.

Grace McKenna, One Woman's Courage, NBC, 1994.

Terry Walser, Cries from the Heart (also known as Touch of Truth), CBS, 1994.

Barbara Parker, When the Vows Break (also known as Courting Justice), Lifetime, 1995.

Beth Bradfield, To Face Her Past, CBS, 1996.

Annie Beiler, Harvest of Fire, CBS, 1996.

Natalie Porter, Race Against Time: The Search for Sarah, CBS, 1996.

Sook, A Christmas Memory (also known as Truman Capote's "A Christmas Memory"), CBS, 1997.

Faye Dolan, When He Didn't Come Home, CBS, 1998.

Patty Lane and Cathy Lane MacAllister, The Patty Duke Show: Still Rockin' in Brooklyn Heights, CBS, 1999.

Angel, "A Season for Miracles," Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1999.

Doctor Feinstenberger, Kimberly (also known as Daddy Who?), Cinemax, 1999.

Anne Kincaid, Miracle on the Mountain: The Kincaid Family Story, CBS, 2000.

Sunny Andrews, Love Lessons (also known as A Time to Decide), 2000.

Sylvia, Little John, CBS, 2002.

Mother Joseph, Murder Without Conviction, Hallmark Channel, 2004.

Bridget Connolly, Falling in Love with the Girl Next Door, Hallmark Channel, 2006.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

(As Patty Duke Astin) Bernadette Hennessey Armagh, Captains and the Kings, NBC, 1976-77.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Cathy Payson, Women in White, 1979.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Sue Grainger, Hanging by a Thread, 1979.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Martha Washington, George Washington, CBS, 1984.

Martha Washington, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation, 1986.

Narrator, "In Time of War: The Japanese-American Experience of World War II," About Us, 2006.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Patty Lane and Cathy Lane, Best of Patty Duke, 1963.

Valley of the Dolls: A World Premiere Voyage, 1967.

Jacqueline Susann and the Valley of the Dolls, 1968.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Melanie Kline, "Miss Kline, We Love You," The ABC Afternoon Playbreak, ABC, 1974.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Inside "The Swarm," 1978.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Barbara Reynolds, Please Don't Hit Me, Mom, 1981.

(As Patty Duke Astin) I Love Liberty, 1982.

The Television Academy Hall of Fame, Fox, 1986.

Host, Your Choice for the Film Awards, 1986.

Host, Four Lives: Portraits of Manic Depression, HBO, 1988.

Host, Fatal Passions, Court TV, 1989.

Host, America Behind Closed Doors, CBS, 1992.

Host, "Creating Community," The Creative Spirit, PBS, 1992.

Host, Angels: The Mysterious Messengers, ABC, 1994.

Narrator, Intimate Portrait: Barbara Mandrell, Lifetime, 1999.

Narrator, Intimate Portrait: Helen Keller, Lifetime, 2000.

Child Stars: Their Story (also known as Child Stars), Arts and Entertainment, 2000.

(In archive footage) "Shirley MacLaine: This Time Around," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2000.

Intimate Portrait: Patty Duke, Lifetime, 2001.

Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration, CBS, 2001.

"Melissa Gilbert," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2001.

"Patty Duke," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 2003.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Marianne Doona, "SOS from the Andrea Doria," Armstrong Circle Theatre, 1956.

Angelina, "Flare-Up," Armstrong Circle Theatre, 1956.

Gina, "Have Jacket Will Travel," Armstrong Circle Theatre, 1957.

"The Big Heist," Kraft Television Theatre (also known as Kraft Mystery Theatre and Kraft Theatre), 1957.

"The Reward," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), 1958.

Kathy, "One Red Rose for Christmas," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), 1958.

Sonya Alexandrovna, "Family Happiness," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), 1959.

Robin Kent, "Seed of Guilt," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), 1959.

"The Zone of Silence," Armstrong Circle Theatre, 1959.

Penelope, "The Duchess and the Smugs," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), 1962.

Janie Wahl, "Mrs. McBroom and the Cloud Watcher," Ben Casey, 1962.

Cindy Hopkins, "To Cindy, With Love," The Wide Country, 1963.

The Jimmy Dean Show, 1963.

Shindig!, 1965.

The Perry Como Show (also known as The Chesterfield Supper Club and Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall), 1966.

Sue Ann McRae, "Sue Ann," The Virginian (also known as The Men from Shiloh), 1967.

Cohost, The Mike Douglas Show, 1967.

Dateline: Hollywood, 1967.

The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, 1968.

Toast of the Town (also known as The Ed Sullivan Show), 1968.

Barbara King, "The Last Visitor," Journey to the Unknown (also known as Out of the Unknown), 1969.

Title role, "Sheila," Matt Lincoln, 1970.

Playboy After Dark, 1970.

Holly Schaeffer, "The Diary," Night Gallery (also known as Rod Serling's "Night Gallery"), 1971.

Lois, "Love Child," Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, 1972.

Elizabeth, "With Affection, Jack the Ripper," The Sixth Sense, 1972.

The Ken Barry "Wow" Show (also known as Ken Berry's "Wow"), 1972.

The David Steinberg Show,1972.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Linda Colby, "The Graveyard Shift" (also known as "Circle of Fear"), Ghost Story, NBC, 1973.

Toni, "Thanks for the Honeymoon," Hawaii Five-0 (also known as McGarrett), 1973.

Panelist, The $10,000 Pyramid (game show), 1973.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Tattletales, 1974, 1976.

Kate, "The Unindicted Wife," Marcus Welby, M.D. (also known as Robert Young, Family Doctor), 1975.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Daniele, "Sniper," Police Story, 1975.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Larue Collins, "Nothing Left to Lose," Police Woman, 1975.

Susan Rosen, "The Thrill Killers: Part 1," The Streets of San Francisco, 1976.

"For the Love of Annie," Insight, 1976.

Shirlee, "The Joker Is Mild/First Time Out/Take My Granddaughter Please," The Love Boat, 1977.

(As Patty Duke Astin) "Computerman/Parlez-Vous/Memories of You," The Love Boat, ABC, 1978.

Password Plus (game show), multiple appearances, between 1979 and 1982.

"God's Guerillas," Insight, 1981.

All's Fair, CBS, 1982.

"The Hit Man," Insight, 1983.

(As Patty Duke Astin) The Comedy Zone, CBS, 1984.

"The Crew's Cruise Director/What a Drag/Doc's Slump (Alaska Cruise)," The Love Boat, ABC, 1984.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Gayla Erikson, "New Beginnings," Hotel (also known as Arthur Hailey's "Hotel"), 1985.

Super Password (game show), 1985, 1986.

"The Evictables," It's a Living, 1987.

Catharine Jeffers, "Return to Sender," The Torkelsons, 1991.

Voice of Lady Morgana, "The Trust Betrayed," The Legend of Prince Valiant, The Family Channel, 1991.

Voice of Lady Morgana, "The Awakening," The Legend of Prince Valiant, The Family Channel, 1991.

Voice of Lady Morgana, "The Dawn of Darkness," The Legend of Prince Valiant, The Family Channel, 1991.

Voice of guest caller Alice, "Death and the Dog," Frasier, NBC, 1997.

Nancy Williams, "I Do," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1998.

The Reel to Reel Picture Show, PAX, 1998.

The Martin Short Show, 1999.

"Patty Duke," Celebrity Profile, 1999.

Judge Sylvia Formenti, "Liar's Club: Part 2," Family Law, CBS, 2001.

Evelyn Harrison, "There's No Place like Homo," First Years, NBC, 2001.

"Valley of the Dolls," Backstory (also known as Hollywood Backstories), AMC, 2001.

Dr. Jean Tobias, "I Will Walk with You: Parts 1 & 2," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 2003.

Valerie Bing, "Disposable," Judging Amy, CBS, 2004.

"Raised for the Rings," 20/20 (also known as ABC News 20/20), ABC, 2004.

Television Guest Appearances; Episodic:

The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, NBC, 1979, 1985.

The Oprah Winfrey Show, syndicated, 1990.

The Maury Povich Show, 1992.

Later with Bob Costas (also known as Later), NBC, 1993.

The Rosie O'Donnell Show, syndicated, 1997.

Larry King Live, Cable News Network, 1999, 2004, 2006.

The View, ABC, 2000.

The O'Reilly Factor, Fox News Channel, 2003.

The Caroline Rhea Show, syndicated, 2003.

On-Air with Ryan Seacrest, syndicated, 2004.

Good Day Live, syndicated, 2004.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations:

The 35th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1963.

Presenter, The 36th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1964.

Presenter, The 38th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1966.

Presenter, The 40th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 1968.

Presenter, The 23rd Annual Tony Awards, NBC, 1969.

The 29th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, 1977.

The 37th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, 1985.

Presenter, 7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, TNT, 2001.

10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, TNT, 2004.

The Second Annual TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV, TV Land, 2004.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Don Adams' Screen Test, 1975.

(As Patty Duke Astin) Barbara Logan, Phillip and Barbara, NBC, 1976.

Verna McKidden, J. J. Starbuck, 1987.

Television Appearances; Other:

Lori, Once Upon a Christmas Tree, 1959.

Velma Sparrow, Birdbath, 1971.

Television Work; Series:

(As Anna Pearce) Co-executive producer, Amazing Grace (also known as Wing and a Prayer), NBC, 1995.

Television Work; Movies:

(As Anna Duke-Pearce) Coproducer, Call Me Anna (also known as Call Me Anna: The Patty Duke Story), ABC, 1990.

Executive producer, The Patty Duke Show: Still Rockin' in Brooklyn Heights, CBS, 1999.

Stage Appearances:

Helen Keller, The Miracle Worker, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1959-61.

Deirdre Striden, Isle of Children, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1962.

Dutchman, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, 1969.

A Shot in the Dark, Nyack, NY, 1973, and Denver, CO, c. 1975.

Cyrenne, Rattle of a Simple Man, Chicago, IL, 1976.

Nancy Scott, The Goodbye People, Square Theatre Ensemble, Beverly Hills, CA, 1979.

You Can Go Home Again and Take the Little Woman, 1980.

You Can Go Home Again or at Least to Visit Your Sister, 1984.

Conversations With and Without Another, Los Angeles Actors Theatre, Los Angeles, 1984.

Jenny Bilvens, Meetin's on the Porch, Canon Theatre, Beverly Hills, CA, 1990.

Melissa Gardner, Love Letters, Lake City Playhouse, Coeur d'Alene, ID, c. 1994.

Amanda Wingfield, The Glass Menagerie, Spokane Civic Theatre, Spokane, WA, 1999.

Melissa Gardner, Love Letters, Fox Theatre, Spokane, WA, 2001.

Phyllis Rogers Stone, Follies (musical), Wadsworth Theatre, Los Angeles, 2002.

Aunt Eller, Oklahoma! (musical), George Gershwin Theatre, New York City, 2002-2003.

Mama Rose, Gypsy: A Musical Fable, Spokane Civic Theatre, 2003.

Melissa Gardner, Love Letters, Newport Performing Arts Center, Newport, OR, 2003, then Theatre of Western Springs, Western Springs, IL, 2005.

Major Tours:

Pat, The Marriage Gambol (also known as Peter Pat), U.S. cities, c. 1974-75.

My Fat Friend, U.S. cities, 1975.

Golda's Balcony, 2005.

Stage Director:

(With John Astin) The Marriage Gambol (also known as Peter Pat), U.S. cities, c. 1974-75.



(Uncredited; in archive footage) Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1, 1999.

Interviewee, Sex at 24 Frames per Second (also known as Playboy Presents Sex at 24 Frames per Second: The Ultimate Journey through Sex in the Cinema), Playboy Entertainment Group, 2003.

(In archive footage) The Divine Ms. Susann, Twentieth Century-Fox Home Entertainment, 2006.

Neely O'Hara (in archive footage) The Dish on Dolls, Twentieth Century-Fox Home Entertainment, 2006.

Neely O'Hara and herself (in archive footage) Gotta Get Off This Merry Go Round: Sex, Dolls, and Showtunes, Twentieth Century-Fox Home Entertainment, 2006.


Guideposts for Christmas, 1963.

Please, Just Don't Just Stand There, United Artists Records, 1965.

Billie, United Artists Records, 1965.

Patty, Untied Artists Records, 1966.

Greatest Hits, United Artists Records, 1966.

TV's Teen Star, United Artists Records, 1967.

Patty Duke Sings Songs from VOD, United Artists Records, 1967.

Patty Duke Sings Folk Songs, United Artists Records, 1968.

Me, Natalie, 1969.

Just Patty, EMI Records, 1996.

The Patty Duke Collection, Teenager Records, 2003.

Other recordings include The Daydreamer. Singles include "And We Were Strangers/Dona Dona," "Don't Just Stand There/Everything but Love," "My Own Little Place/Come Live with Me," "Say Something Funny/Funny Little Butterflies," "The Wall Came Tumbling Down/What Makes You Special," "Whenever She Holds You/Nothing but You," "Why Don't They Understand/Danke Schoen," and "The World Is Watching Us/Little Things Mean a Lot."


Nonfiction Books:

(As Patty Duke Astin; with the Los Angeles Commission on Assaults against Women) Surviving Sexual Assault, Congdon & Weed, 1983.

(With Kenneth Turan) Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke, Bantam, 1987.

(With Gloria Hochmar) A Brilliant Madness: Living with Manic-Depressive Illness, 1992.


The television movie Call Me Anna (also known as Call Me Anna: The Patty Duke Story), broadcast by ABC in 1990, was based on Duke's 1987 autobiography.



Duke, Patty, Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke, Bantam, 1987.


AARP, September, 2004, p. 14; March, 2005, p. 59.

People Weekly, May 3, 1999, p. 127.

Psychology Today, July-August, 2002, p. 66.

TV Guide, April 17, 1999, pp. 28-30; January 30, 2006, p. 85.


Patty Duke Official Site,http://www.officialpattyduke.com, April 18, 2007.


Call Me Anna (television movie; also known as Call Me Anna: The Patty Duke Story), ABC, 1990.

"Patty Duke" (television episode), Celebrity Profile, 1999.

Intimate Portrait: Patty Duke (television special), Lifetime, 2001.

"Patty Duke,", Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1999.

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