Appeared in Lillian Hellman's "The Children's Hour" staged by Miss Hellman and co-starring Patricia Neal. Produced at the Coronet Theater by Kermit Bloomgarden (12-18-52 through 5-30-53.
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[on Marlon Brando] An absolutely gorgeous actor! And a beautiful human being... Also: he dearest, most thoughtful, considerate human being I've ever met. Wild sense of humor; practical joker, no end. An extraordinary human being, no question!
Political activist, she signed several civil rights petitions and was a sponsor of a 1949 World Peace Conference in New York - which triggered her label of being a Communist sympathizer, for which she was blacklisted in films and TV even though she never even held pro-Communist views. Her testimony to the New York Supreme Court in 1962 against the publishers of "Red Channels" helped pave the way ...