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Date of Birth 25 July 1908Kiowa, Kansas, USA
Date of Death 12 December 2004  (natural causes)

Mini Bio (1)

Kathryn Eames won the National Collegiate Players Award in 1940 while attending the University of Arizona. Her prize included a summer workshop with Tamara Daykarhanova who gave her a scholarship to continue study in the fall. Her first professional appearance was in the Broadway production of "Winged Victory". For over 50 years, she appeared on Broadway, Off-Broadway, on radio, television and film. She worked in regional theatre, stock packages, dinner theatre and industrial shows with such actors as Ian Keith, Groucho Marx, Shirley Booth, Robert Alda, Kaye Ballard, Eddie Bracken, Tom Ewell and Gloria de Haven. In 1992, she was Actor in Residence at Iowa State University where a theatre scholarship has been established in her name.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Kay Kirkman, niece

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