Dark-haired, slender-faced Hollywood actress generally typecast as nosy or prudish: sometimes spinster, sometimes gossip and sometimes efficient secretary or officious shop clerk - but ever-obnoxious withal.See full bio »
One of Hollywood's more resilient but uneventful "day-workers (a player required for only one day's shooting), Mary Field's plaintive, parrot-beaked, chinless face showed up in hundreds of films. She was billed so infrequently that she was still considered a relative unknown after a nearly three decade career. Plenty of nurses, shop clerks and maiden spinster parts came her way.
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