Anne Seymour

Biography: American character actress Anne Seymour was descended from an Irish theatrical family, active "on the boards" since the early 18th century. On stage from 1928, she went on to become one of the radio industry's busiest leading ladies, starring in such serials as The Story of Mary Marlin, Woman of America, Whispering Streets and (briefly, when actress Lucille Wall fell ill) Portia Faces Life. She appeared with equal frequency on television, accepting innumerable guest-star assignments and co-starring on the weekly series Empire (1962) and The Tim Conway Show (1970). Seymour's first film was the 1949 Oscar-winner All the King's Men, in which she played Lucy Stark, the politically convenient but cruelly neglected wife of Southern demagogue Willie Stark (Broderick Crawford). She went on to appear in such roles as Mrs. Tarbell in Pollyanna (1960) and Aunt Ev in The Miracle Worker (1962). Active up until her death in 1988, Anne Seymour's last film assignment was the small but pivotalAmerican character actress Anne Seymour was descended from an Irish theatrical family, active "on the boards" since the early 18th century. On stage from 1928, she went on to become one of the radio industry's busiest leading ladies, starring in such serials as The Story of Mary Marlin, Woman of America, Whispering Streets and (briefly, when actress Lucille Wall fell ill) Portia Faces Life. She appeared with equal frequency on television, accepting innumerable guest-star assignments and co-starring on the weekly series Empire (1962) and The Tim Conway Show (1970). Seymour's first film was the 1949 Oscar-winner All the King's Men, in which she played Lucy Stark, the politically convenient but cruelly neglected wife of Southern demagogue Willie Stark (Broderick Crawford). She went on to appear in such roles as Mrs. Tarbell in Pollyanna (1960) and Aunt Ev in The Miracle Worker (1962). Active up until her death in 1988, Anne Seymour's last film assignment was the small but pivotal role of the Minnesota newspaper editor who puts Kevin Costner on the trail of forgotten baseball player "Moonlight" Graham (Burt Lancaster) in Field of Dreams (1989). Expand

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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Another World: Season 36 May 4, 1999 Cornelia Exeter (1978) tbd
tbd Another World: Season 35 May 4, 1998 Cornelia Exeter (1978) tbd
tbd Another World: Season 34 Jul 10, 1997 Cornelia Exeter (1978) tbd
tbd Another World: Season 27 Oct 29, 1990 Cornelia Exeter (1978) tbd
tbd Another World: Season 24 Jun 30, 1987 Cornelia Exeter (1978) tbd
tbd Remington Steele: Season 4 Sep 25, 1985 Mrs. Underwood tbd
tbd Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1985): Season 1 May 5, 1985 Esther tbd
tbd T.J. Hooker: Season 4 Oct 13, 1984 Millie Jensen tbd
tbd Family Ties: Season 3 Sep 27, 1984 May tbd
tbd Emergency!: Season 5 Sep 13, 1975 Actor tbd
tbd Emergency!: Season 4 Sep 14, 1974 Mrs. Zimmerman tbd
tbd Ironside: Season 8 Sep 12, 1974 Carrie Stephens tbd
tbd Ironside: Season 7 Sep 13, 1973 Lily tbd
tbd Ironside: Season 6 Sep 14, 1972 Mother Carrie tbd
tbd Bonanza: Season 13 Sep 19, 1971 Miss Frost tbd
tbd Bewitched: Season 7 Sep 24, 1970 Mirabelle tbd
tbd Another World: Season 6 Jun 30, 1969 Cornelia Exeter (1978) tbd
tbd Another World: Season 5 Jan 2, 1968 Cornelia Exeter (1978) tbd
tbd Another World: Season 4 Jun 21, 1967 Cornelia Exeter (1978) tbd
tbd Bewitched: Season 3 Sep 15, 1966 Adelaide Cosgrove tbd
tbd Another World: Season 3 May 9, 1966 Cornelia Exeter (1978) tbd
tbd Perry Mason: Season 8 Sep 24, 1964 Mrs. Wilmet tbd
tbd Perry Mason: Season 7 Sep 26, 1963 Hetty Randall tbd
tbd Rawhide: Season 4 Sep 29, 1961 Mag tbd
tbd My Three Sons: Season 1 Sep 29, 1960 Mrs. Barr tbd
tbd Gunsmoke: Season 6 Sep 3, 1960 Mrs. Boggs tbd
tbd Gunsmoke: Season 5 Sep 5, 1959 Cora tbd