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Loretta Leversee (1928–2005)

Loretta Leversee was born on March 26, 1928 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She was an actress, known for The Other (1972), Up the Down Staircase (1967) and Sandcastles (1972). She was married to Morgan Sterne. She died on December 27, 2005 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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The Other
The Other Winnie
Up the Down Staircase
Up the Down Staircase Social Studies Teacher
Sandcastles Ruth Watson
The Playground


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 1971-1975 Medical Center (TV Series)
Mrs. Milos / Dr. Lisa Foreman
- Crown of Thorns (1975) ... Mrs. Milos
- Blood Line (1971) ... Dr. Lisa Foreman
 1973 The New Perry Mason (TV Series)
Alice Burton
- The Case of the Wistful Widower (1973) ... Alice Burton
 1972 Room 222 (TV Series)
Mrs. Sherman
- Bleep (1972) ... Mrs. Sherman
 1972 Sandcastles (TV Movie)
Ruth Watson
 1972 The Other
 1972 The Astronaut (TV Movie)
Toni Scott
 1971 Bonanza (TV Series)
Laurie Hewitt
- Blind Hunch (1971) ... Laurie Hewitt
 1971 Hawaii Five-O (TV Series)
Harriet Harper
- The Burning Ice (1971) ... Harriet Harper
 1971 Terror in the Sky (TV Movie)
Mrs. McCann
 1970 Mannix (TV Series)
Helen McNeill
- Bang, Bang, You're Dead (1970) ... Helen McNeill
 1970 The Silent Force (TV Series)
Mrs. Caldwell
- The Judge (1970) ... Mrs. Caldwell
 1970 Daniel Boone (TV Series)
- Bringing Up Josh (1970) ... Abigail
 1970 The F.B.I. (TV Series)
Sarah Evans
- The Quest (1970) ... Sarah Evans
 1969 Mod Squad (TV Series)
Estelle Alpert
- In This Corner - Sol Alpert (1969) ... Estelle Alpert
 1968 Here Come the Brides (TV Series)
- The Man of the Family (1968) ... Polly
 1967 Judd for the Defense (TV Series)
Nora Arnold
- To Love and Stand Mute (1967) ... Nora Arnold
 1967 The Felony Squad (TV Series)
Joanne Harrison
- Ordeal by Terror (1967) ... Joanne Harrison
 1967 Up the Down Staircase
Social Studies Teacher
 1965 The Playground
 1965 Dr. Kildare (TV Series)
Helen Hartwood
- Do You Trust Your Doctor? (1965) ... Helen Hartwood
 1963 Ride with Terror (TV Movie)
 1963 The DuPont Show of the Week (TV Series)
- Ride with Terror (1963)
 1962-1963 The Doctors and the Nurses (TV Series)
Miss Probst
- Fly, Shadow (1962) ... Miss Probst
 1956-1961 Armstrong Circle Theatre (TV Series)
Betty / Alice Polacheck
- The Fortune Tellers (1961) ... Betty
- The Second Family (1956) ... Alice Polacheck
 1958 Young Dr. Malone (TV Series)
Eve Dunbar (1960-1963)
 1958 Decoy (TV Series)
Ellen Hayes
- The Lieutenant Had a Son (1958) ... Ellen Hayes
 1958 Naked City (TV Series)
Nora Brown
- The Other Face of Goodness (1958) ... Nora Brown
 1958 The Investigator (TV Series)
- Episode #1.4 (1958)
 1955-1957 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
Mrs. Altmar
- Smart Boy (1957) ... Mrs. Altmar
 1956 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Lily Duane
- The Ballad of Yermo Red (1956) ... Lily Duane
 1956 Star Tonight (TV Series)
 1954-1955 The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse (TV Series)
Nancy / Gerta Blake
- Total Recall (1955) ... Nancy
- Man on the Mountaintop (1954) ... Gerta Blake
 1955 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
- Joe's Boy (1955)
 1949 The Aldrich Family (TV Series)

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Stage Play: Home Is the Hero. Written by Walter Macken [final Broadway credit]. Directed by Worthington Miner. Booth Theatre: 22 Sep 1954- 16 Oct 1954 (30 performances). Cast: Glenda Farrell (as "Daylia"), Frances Fuller (as "Mrs. Green"), Peggy Ann Garner (as "Josie"), Donald Harron (as "Willie O'Reilly"), Loretta Leversee (as "Lily Green... See more »

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Served on the boards of the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society and the Goethe Institute, and the White House Millennium Committee. See more »

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