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Imogene Bliss (1918–2003)

Imogene Bliss was born on February 24, 1918 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. She was an actress, known for The King of Marvin Gardens (1972), Chapter Two (1979) and Heaven Help Us (1985). She died on January 14, 2003 in Cleveland. See full bio »


(age 84) in Cleveland, Ohio, USA

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Known For

Chapter Two
Chapter Two Elderly Lady in Bookstore
Heaven Help Us
Stone Pillow
Stone Pillow Violet


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 1996 The Christmas Tree (TV Movie)
Sister Lucia
 1985 Stone Pillow (TV Movie)
 1985 Heaven Help Us
 1981 Tales of the Unexpected (TV Series)
- A Woman's Help (1981) ... Mother
 1980 The Mating Season (TV Movie)
 1979 Chapter Two
Elderly Lady in Bookstore
 1972 Richard
 1971 The Doctors (TV Series)
Miss Saunders
- Episode #1.2281 (1971) ... Miss Saunders (credit only)
- Episode #1.2280 (1971) ... Miss Saunders (credit only)
- Episode #1.2277 (1971) ... Miss Saunders (uncredited)
- Episode #1.2273 (1971) ... Miss Saunders (credit only)
- Episode #1.2267 (1971) ... Miss Saunders (credit only)

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She acted in Jay Allen's translation of Pierre Barillet and Jean Pierre Gredy's play, "Forty Carats," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Barbara Rush, Scott McKay, Stephen Collins, Gene Blakely, Eileen Letchworth, Sylvia Grand, Art Barnett, Doris Ingraham, William Cox, and Audrey Christie in the cast. Will Steven ... See more »

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