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Ann Baker (II)

Ann Baker was born in 1931 in Sedalia, Missouri, USA as Anna Rose Baker. She is an actress, known for Meet Corliss Archer (1954), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954) and The Broken Mask (1958). See full bio »

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Meet Corliss Archer
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 1959 The Millionaire (TV Series)
Shirley Hampton
- Millionaire Tom Hampton (1959) ... Shirley Hampton
 1959 Man with a Camera (TV Series)
Bunny Hansen
- Black Light (1959) ... Bunny Hansen
 1958 The Broken Mask (Short)
 1957 Casey Jones (TV Series)
- Way Station (1957) ... Jeannie
 1956 Father Knows Best (TV Series)
- The Family Goes to New York (1956) ... Barbara
 1956 Crossroads (TV Series)
Gloria Vaughn
- False Prophet (1956) ... Gloria Vaughn
 1956 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
- The Corrigan Case (1956) ... Sally
 1954 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Town Girl (uncredited)
 1954 Men of the Fighting Lady
Mary, Schechter's Fiancee (uncredited)
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 1956 Queen for a Day (TV Series)
 1954 Place the Face (TV Series)
- Episode dated 11 February 1954 (1954) ... Herself

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It's changed so that I just can't deal with it anymore. It's very competitive and a lot different. I guess I'm getting old. [on returning to acting]


Originally from Sedalia, Missouri, where she attended Smith-Cotton High School. See more »

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