Richards, Ann (1917–)
Richards, Ann (1917–)
Australian actress and poet. Name variations: Sally Ann Richards, Shirley Ann Richards. Born Shirley Ann Richards, Dec 13, 1917, in Sydney, Australia; dau. of American father and New Zealander mother; m. Paul Krammer (div.); m. Edmond Angelo (died).
Made film debut in Australia in It Isn't Done (1937), followed by Tall Timber, Lovers and Luggers, Come Up Smiling and Don't Call Me Girlie, among others; made US debut in Random Harvest (1942), followed by Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant, An American Romance, Love Letters, The Searching Wind, Love from a Stranger, Sorry Wrong Number and Ann Richards in the USSR (documentary); published 2 vols. of poetry, The Grieving Senses (1971) and Odyssey for Edmond (1991), and the verse play Helen of Troy.
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