Lockhart, June 1925–
Lockhart, June 1925–
Born June 25, 1925, in New York, NY; daughter of Gene (an actor) and Kathleen (an actress) Lockhart; married Dr. John F. Maloney, 1951 (divorced, 1959); married John Lindsay (an architect), 1959 (divorced); children: (first marriage) Anne Kathleen (an actress), June Elizabeth. Education: Graduated from Westlake School for Girls.
Agent—Cunningham, Escott, Slevin and Doherty Talent Agency, 10635 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 140, Los Angeles, CA 90025.
Actress. Miss Universe Pageant, host, 1966; First Federal Savings Bank of California, member of board of directors, 1980—; corporate spokesperson for Purina pet food, Pets for People, and General Electric Co.; ambassador for the California State Parks system; Telecommunications Committee on Health, PanAmerican Health Organization, World Health Organization, chair; International Hearing Dogs, volunteer; member of the White House press corps; lecturer.
National Association of Radio Talk Show Hosts, Radio and Television News Directors Association
Antoinette Perry Award, best debut performance, Theatre World Award, Donaldson Award, Woman of the Year in Drama Award, 1948, all for For Love or Money; Emmy Award nomination, best actress, 1953; Emmy Award nomination, best actress in a leading role (continuing character) in a dramatic series, 1959, for Lassie; received Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for both motion picture and television.
(Uncredited) Belinda Cratchit, A Christmas Carol, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1938.
Isabelle de Praslin, All This and Heaven Too, Warner Bros., 1940.
Vance, Adam Had Four Sons (also known as Legacy), Columbia, 1941.
Rose York, Sergeant York, Warner Bros., 1941.
Stella Bainbridge, Miss Annie Rooney, United Artists, 1942.
Daughter, Forever and a Day (also known as The Changing World), RKO Radio Pictures, 1943.
Lucille Ballard, Meet Me in St. Louis, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1944.
(Uncredited) Betsy at age 18, The White Cliffs of Dover, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1944.
Sarah Swanson, Keep Your Powder Dry, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1945.
Priscilla, Son of Lassie, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1945.
Babs Norvell, Easy to Wed, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1946.
Phyllis Allenby, She-Wolf of London (also known as The Curse of the Allenbys), Universal, 1946.
Twink Weatherby, The Yearling, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1946.
Barbara Carlin, Bury Me Dead (also known as Back Home from the Dead), Eagle-Lion, 1947.
Mary Lou, It's a Joke, Son, Eagle-Lion, 1947.
Tony's wife, T-Men, Eagle-Lion, 1947.
Mrs. Cargill, Time Limit, Health/United Artists, 1957.
Ruth Martin, Lassie's Great Adventure (also known as Lassie's Greatest Adventure), Wrather/Twentieth Century-Fox, 1963.
Ruth Martin, Lassie: A Christmas Tale, 1963.
Herself, Walk Safe, Young America, 1975.
Mrs. Taylor, Just Tell Me You Love Me (also known as Hawaii Heat and Maui), 1980.
Mrs. Gillespie, Butterfly, Analysis, 1982.
Marge Lawrence, Deadly Games (also known as Who Fell Asleep and The Eliminator), 1982.
Mrs. Bigelow, Strange Invaders, EMI/Orion, 1983.
Mrs. Taylor, Tell Me That You Love Me (also known as Miri), 1983.
Eunice St. Clair, Troll, Empire, 1986.
Archie's mother, Rented Lips, Cineworld, 1988.
Janet Kingsley, The Big Picture, Columbia, 1989.
Gracie, C.H.U.D. II: Bud the Chud, Vestron, 1989.
Ma, Dead Women in Lingerie, 1991.
Caroline, Sleep with Me, 1994.
Mrs. Livingston, Tis the Season, 1994.
Host, The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen, 1995.
Principal Cartwright, Lost in Space (also known as LS), New Line Cinema, 1998.
Secretary of State Clift, Deterrence, 1999.
The Thundering 8th, 2000.
Voice of Mindy the Owl, Bongee Bear and the Kingdom of Rhythm (animated), Yankee Films, 2006.
Herself, Sergeant York: Of God and Country (documentary), 2006.
Susanna Wesley, Wesley, 2008.
Also appeared as voice, Peter No Tail.
Television Appearances; Series:
Panelist, Who Said That?, NBC, then ABC, 1952-55.
Ruth Martin, Lassie (also known as Jeff's Collie and Timmy and Lassie), CBS, 1958-64.
Maureen Robinson, Lost in Space, CBS, 1965-68.
Dr. Janet Craig, Petticoat Junction, CBS, 1968-70.
Maria Ramirez, General Hospital, ABC, 1984-86, 1988, 1990-92, 1998.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Irene Evans, Loose Change (also known as Those Restless Years), NBC, 1978.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Lassie: The Adventures of Neeka, 1968.
Hope, But I Don't Want to Get Married, ABC, 1970.
Mrs. Fowler, Who Is the Black Dahlia?, NBC, 1975.
Mrs. Lockridge (some sources cite Lockwood), Curse of the Black Widow (also known as Love Trap), ABC, 1977.
Constance Schuyler, The Gift of Love, ABC, 1978.
Noreen Cole, A Double Life, 1978.
Ruth Moore, Walking Through the Fire, CBS, 1979.
Liz Hawkins, The Capture of Grizzly Adams, NBC, 1982.
Mrs. Claus, The Night They Saved Christmas, ABC, 1984.
Gidget's Summer Reunion, 1985.
All American Cowboy, 1985.
Esther, Perfect People, ABC, 1988.
Winifred "Winnie" Rogers, A Whisper Kills (also known as Whisperkill), ABC, 1988.
Kate, Danger Island (also known as The Presence), 1992.
Donna, Out There, Showtime and syndicated, 1995.
Mrs. Billingsley, The Colony, USA Network, 1995.
Grandma Nell Grayson, Au Pair II, Fox Family, 2001.
Holidays in Handcuffs, ABC Family, 2007.
Also appeared in Breaking the Habit; Take My Word For It.
Television Appearances; Specials:
The March of Dimes Fashion Show, CBS, 1948.
Amy March, Little Women, CBS, 1949.
Emily, Peking Encounter, syndicated, 1981.
The 38th Annual Emmy Awards, NBC, 1986.
Iris Cloverdale, Up to No Good, 1992.
Lassie Unleashed: 280 Dog Years in TV, ABC, 1994.
Host, The Story of Lassie, PBS, 1994.
Host, The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen, Sci-Fi Channel, 1995.
Unscripted Hollywood, AMC, 1995.
Hollywood's Amazing Animal Actors, TBS, 1996.
The Great Christmas Movies, AMC, 1998.
CBS: The First 50 Years, CBS, 1998.
Presenter, The 1998 Creative Arts Emmy Awards, TV Land, 1998.
"Lost in Space" Forever, 1998.
CBS at 75, CBS, 2003.
Also appeared as hostess for Miss USA Pageant, CBS, six years; Miss Universe Pageant, CBS, six years; Rose Parade, CBS, eight years; and Thanksgiving Parade, CBS, five years.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Panelist, Password, CBS, 1961.
Katherine Telford, "I Never Said Goodbye," ABC's Matinee Today (also known as The ABC Afternoon Playbreak), ABC, 1973.
Nora, The Bait, ABC, 1973.
Debbie Whitmire, Somerset Gardens, ABC, 1989.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Light's Out, NBC, between 1946 and 1952.
"Little Women," Ford Theatre Hour, NBC, 1949.
"The Doctor's Wife," Lux Video Theatre (also known as Summer Video Theatre), 1951.
Robert Montgomery Presents (also known as Lucky Strike Theater, Montgomery's Summer Stock, and The Robert Montgomery Summer Theater), NBC, 1951-57.
"One Is a Lonesome Number," Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (also known as Herald Playhouse, Schlitz Playhouse, and The Playhouse), 1951.
"One Sunday Afternoon," Prudential Family Playhouse (also known as Prudential Family Theater), CBS, 1951.
"The Just and the Unjust," Pulitzer Prize Playhouse, 1951.
Panelist, It's News to Me, CBS, between 1951 and 1954.
"The Doctor's Wife," Studio One (also known as Studio One Summer Theatre, Studio One in Hollywood, Summer Theatre, Westinghouse Studio One, and Westinghouse Summer Theatre), CBS, 1952.
"For Goodness Sake," Lux Video Theatre (also known as Summer Video Theatre), 1952.
Isaac Easton, "Happily, But Not Forever," Lux Video Theatre (also known as Summer Video Theatre), 1952.
"Apple of His Eye," Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (also known as Herald Playhouse, Schlitz Playhouse, and The Playhouse), 1952.
Your Show of Shows (also known as Sid Caesar's "Show of Shows"), 1952.
Dolly Madison, "Mistress of the White House," Hallmark Hall of Fame (also known as Hallmark Television Playhouse), 1952.
"The Killer's Moon," Lights Out, 1952.
"At Midnight on the Thirty-first of March," Studio One (also known as Studio One Summer Theatre, Studio One in Hollywood, Summer Theatre, Westinghouse Studio One, and Westinghouse Summer Theatre), CBS, 1953.
Robbie, "The Deserter," Studio One (also known as Studio One Summer Theatre, Studio One in Hollywood, Summer Theatre, Westinghouse Studio One, and Westinghouse Summer Theatre), CBS, 1954.
"Treasure Trove," Armstrong Circle Theatre, 1954.
Substitute hostess, Home, NBC, between 1954 and 1957.
"The Crisis," Justice, 1954.
"Express to Disaster," Justice, 1954.
Sally, "Goodbye, But It Doesn't Go Away," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), CBS, 1954.
"The Wiretap Case," Justice, 1955.
Martha, "Midsummer Melody," The Elgin Hour, NBC, 1955.
"My Aunt Daisy," Kraft Television Theatre (also known as Kraft Mystery Theatre and Kraft Theatre), 1955.
Fay Cameron, "The Night They Won the Oscar," Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (also known as Herald Playhouse, Schlitz Playhouse, and The Playhouse), 1956.
"Rise Up and Walk," The Philco Television Playhouse (also known as Arena Theatre, Repertory Theatre, and The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse), 1956.
"Boy Crazy," Star Tonight, ABC, 1956.
"Morning's at Seven," The Alcoa Hour, NBC, 1956.
"Suburban Terror," Appointment with Adventure, 1956.
Eve Patrick, "Death at My Fingertips," Science Fiction Theatre, 1956.
"Be a Christopher Salesman," The Christophers, 1956.
Teacher, "Teacher," Studio 57 (also known as Heinz Studio 57), 1956.
On Trial, CBS, 1956.
Amy Matthewson, "Confession," Playhouse 90, 1956.
Panelist, To Tell the Truth, CBS, between 1956 and 1967.
Janet Clarke, "A Matter of Guilt," Studio One (also known as Studio One Summer Theatre, Studio One in Hollywood, Summer Theatre, Westinghouse Studio One, and Westinghouse Summer Theatre), CBS, 1957.
Grace Blair, "The Man Who Played God," Lux Video Theatre (also known as Summer Video Theatre), 1957.
Verna, "The Story of a Crime," The Kaiser Aluminum Hour, NBC, 1957.
Mae Cochran, "Fear Has Many Faces," Ford Television Theatre (also known as Ford Theatre), ABC, 1957.
"A Loud Laugh," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), CBS, 1957.
Margaret, "The Locked Door," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), CBS, 1957.
Dr. Phyllis Thackeray, "No Visitors," Have Gun Will Travel, 1957.
Julie Baggs, "Libel in the Wax Museum," On Trial (also known as The Joseph Cotten Show and The Joseph Cotton Show: On Trial), NBC, 1957.
"Little Charlie Don't Want a Saddle," The United States Steel Hour, CBS, 1957.
Jean Patterson, "The Gold Dress," Climax!, CBS, 1957.
Irene Mitchell, "Jacob and the Angels," Climax!, CBS, 1957.
Narrator, "The Nutcracker," Playhouse 90, 1958.
Mae Cochran, "Fear Has Many Faces," Decision, 1958.
Connie, "The Long, Long Laugh," Matinee Theatre, 1958.
Anna Fortner, "Balance of Terror," Studio One (also known as Studio One Summer Theatre, Studio One in Hollywood, Summer Theatre, Westinghouse Studio One, and Westinghouse Summer Theatre), CBS, 1958.
Beauty's sister, "Beauty and the Beast," Shirley Temple's Storybook, NBC, then ABC, between 1958.
Beulah, "Dirt," Gunsmoke (also known as Gun Law and Marshal Dillon), 1958.
Sarah Drummond, "The Sarah Drummond Story," Wagon Train (also known as Major Adams, Trail Master), 1958.
"Twenty-Four Hours to North Fork," Have Gun Will Travel, 1958.
Emily Barton, "Medicine Man," Cimarron City, 1958.
Vera, "Night Club," General Electric Theatre (also known as G.E. Theater), CBS, 1959.
Edith Sealey, "The Square Egghead," The United States Steel Hour (also known as The U.S. Steel Hour), CBS, 1959.
Rainy Dawson, "Incident at Barker Springs," Rawhide, 1959.
"The Square Egghead," The United States Steel Hour, CBS, 1959.
Laura Bell, "The Ricky and Laura Bell Story," Wagon Train (also known as Major Adams, Trail Master), 1960.
Guest panelist, To Tell the Truth, 1960.
"The Marriage That Couldn't Succeed," The Best of the Post, 1960.
Herself, You Don't Say, 1964, 1975.
Mona Stanton Harvey, "The Case of the Scandalous Sculptor," Perry Mason, 1964.
Mrs. Burns, "Little Pitchers Have Big Fears," Bewitched, 1964.
Ellen Bruce, "The Ghost of Moby Dick," Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, 1964.
Sarah Taub, "The Dove Affair," The Man from U.N.C.L.E., 1964.
House Party (also known as Art Linkletter's "House Party" and The Linkletter Show), 1964.
Mrs. Sue Pritchett, "The Vindicator," Branded, 1965.
Oh My Word, 1965.
Martha Hunter, "The Second Wife," The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, 1965.
Mrs. Nelby, "Once a Clown," Mr. Novak, 1965.
Ina Coolbrith, "Magic Locket," Death Valley Days (also known as Call of the West, The Pioneers, Trails West, and Western Star Theater), 1965.
"A City Is Born," Death Valley Days (also known as Call of the West, The Pioneers, Trails West, and Western Star Theater), 1965.
Panelist, Password, CBS, 1965, 1967, 1973.
The Face Is Familiar, 1966.
The Red Skelton Show (also known as The Red Skeleton Hour), 1967, 1969.
The Woody Woodbury Show, 1968.
The Joey Bishop Show, 1968.
Miss Evans, "The Substitute Teacher," Family Affair, 1968.
Dr. Janet Craig, "The Thanksgiving Story," The Beverly Hillbillies, 1968.
Ellen Lewis, "Hands of Love," The Man and the City, 1971.
The Mike Douglas Show, 1972.
The $10,000 Pyramid, 1973.
"Love and the Favorite Family," Love, American Style, 1973.
Mrs. Whitney, "Camp: Parts 1 & 2," Adam-12, 1974.
Voice of Martha Day, These Are the Days, ABC, 1974.
"Last Flight to Babylon," Marcus Welby, M.D. (also known as Robert Young, Family Doctor), 1974.
Claudia Wentworth, "The Adventure of the Pharaoh's Curse," Ellery Queen (also known as The Adventures of Ellery Queen), 1975.
Mrs. Bowman, "Little Boy Lost," Police Story, 1975.
Mobile One, 1975.
"No Probable Cause," Joe Forrester, 1975.
Judge MacBride, "Two Angry Men," Happy Days (also known as Happy Days Again), 1976.
Mrs. Clara Rhodes, "A Star Is Dead," Quincy, M.E. (also known as Quincy), 1976.
Mrs. Migley, "Dangerous Waters," The Hardy Boys Mysteries (also known as The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries), 1978.
Dr. Blair, Chief of surgery, "Physician, Heal Thyself," Quincy (also known as Quincy), 1979.
Helen Hocker, "Dinky Hocker," ABC Afterschool Special, 1979.
Margo Haskell, "Uncle George," Darkroom, ABC, 1981.
Diane Westmore Pauley, "Lest We Forget," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1981.
Alice Davidson, "Here's Looking at You Kid," The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1981.
Dr. Michaels, "The Andreas Addiction," Vega$, 1981.
"Batman vs. Lost in Space," Family Feud (also known as Family Fortune and The Best of Family Feud), 1982.
Hilda Grant, "Encounters," Knots Landing, 1982.
Mara Wingate, "Dark Journey," Falcon Crest, 1982.
Alice Davidson, "The Newlywed Game," The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1983.
Mrs. Hanover, "Quincy's Wedding: Part 2," Quincy (also known as Quincy), 1983.
Mrs. Butterfield, "Maid in the USA," Whiz Kids, 1984.
Beryl Hayward, "School for Scandal," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985.
Dr. Sylvia Heywood, "The Turning Point," The Colbys (also known as Dynasty II: The Colbys), ABC, 1986.
Dr. Sylvia Heywood, "Thursday's Child," The Colbys (also known as Dynasty II: The Colbys), ABC, 1986.
Betty Archer, "Lovelines," Hotel (also known as Arthur Hailey's "Hotel"), 1986.
Voice, Pound Puppies (animated), 1986.
True Confessions, 1986.
Mildred, "The Pumpkin Competition," Amazing Stories (also known as Steven Spielberg's "Amazing Stories "), 1986.
Voice of Vesta, Wildfire, 1986.
Herself, "Laffie," It's Garry Shandling's Show, 1987.
"Mo" Donovan, "Never Say Goodbye," CBS Schoolbreak Special, CBS, 1988.
Mrs. Chadwick, "Roots," The New Lassie, 1989.
The Howard Stern Show, 1990.
Miss Wiltrout, "Double Trouble," Full House, 1991.
Miss Wiltrout, "Matchmaker Michelle," Full House, 1991.
Mrs. Farley, "Reversal of Grandpa," Nurses, 1991.
Ruth Hemingway, John's mother, "This Is Not a Step," The John Larroquette Show (also known as Larroquette), NBC, 1993.
Bev, "Mommies Day," The Mommies, NBC, 1994.
Dr. Laura Rosen, "The Quality of Mercy," Babylon 5 (also known as B5), TNT, 1994.
Various, The Ren & Stimpy Show (animated; also known as VH1 Ren and Stimpy Rocks), 1994-95.
Ruth Martin, television mom number two, "All about Rosey," Roseanne, ABC, 1995.
Voice, "America the Beautiful," Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man (animated), 1995.
Voice, "All the Duke's Men," The Critic (animated), Fox, 1995.
Mrs. Carp, "December Bride," Roseanne, ABC, 1995.
Helen Lambert, "Torn Between Two Mothers," Step by Step, ABC, 1996.
Helen Lambert, "We're Going to Disneyland: Parts 1 & 2," Step by Step, ABC, 1996.
Dr. Moore, "Happy Valentine," 7th Heaven (also known as Seventh Heaven), The WB, 1996.
Celia Martin, "A Ripe Young Age," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1997.
Celia Martin, "Graduation Day: Parts 1 & 2," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1997.
Herself, "Under Pressure," Fired Up, NBC, 1997.
Voice, Johnny Bravo (animated), Cartoon Network, 1997.
Celia Martin, "Crimes and Misdemeanors," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1998.
Good Morning America, ABC, 2002.
Weakest Link (also known as The Weakest Link), NBC, 2002.
Misty Kiniski, "What Women Don't Want," The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 2002.
Misty Kiniski, "Look Mom, One Hand!," The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 2002.
Grandma Evelyn, "Saturday Early Evening Fever," Andy Richter Controls the Universe, Fox, 2003.
Bette Deline, "You Can't Take It With You," Las Vegas, NBC, 2004.
Grandma Cox, "Ca-Pam!," Rock Me, Baby, UPN, 2004.
Lillian, "Thanksgiving with the Savages," Complete Savages, 2004.
Grammy Na-Na, "Bad Reception," Complete Savages, 2005.
Agnes, "Break on Through," Grey's Anatomy, ABC, 2006.
Muriel Bartleby, "Beautiful Little Fool," Cold Case, CBS, 2006.
(Stage debut) Mimsey, Peter Ibbetson, Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, c. 1933.
(Broadway debut) Janet, For Love or Money, 1947.
Delia, Bedroom Farce, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, 1979-80.
Also appeared in Murder at the Howard Johnson's, Union Plaza Theatre, Las Vegas, NV; No Sex Please, We're British, Stage West, Los Angeles; Once More with Feeling, Lawrence Welk Village Theatre, San Diego, CA; The Pleasure of His Company, San Antonio, TX; Butterflies Are Free; Forty Carats.
Clairee, Steel Magnolias, U.S. cities, 1989-90.
Also appeared in Bedroom Farce and Once More With Feeling, both U.S. cities.
Insight on the News, June 30, 1997, p. 20.
Starlog, January, 1994.
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