Seymour, Anne (1909–1988)
Seymour, Anne (1909–1988)
American stage, tv, and screen actress. Born Anne Eckert, Sept 11, 1909, in New York, NY; died Dec 8, 1988, in Los Angeles, CA; dau. of May Davenport Seymour (actress and museum curator, died 1967); sister of John Seymour and James Seymour (both actors).
Made stage debut (1928); appeared on Broadway in Mr. Moneypenny, School for Scandal, Troilus and Cressida, The Seagull and Sunrise at Campobello; films include All the King's Men, Desire Under the Elms, Home from the Hill, Pollyanna, Sunrise at Campobello, Good Neighbor Sam, Mirage, Fitzwilly and Field of Dreams; appeared with her mother for 9 years on radio's "Against the Storm."
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