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Kathryn Loder (1940–1978)

Kathryn (Kay) Loder, grew up in Nebraska and Texas, the daughter of a drama professor and an elementary school principal. Her mother was Frances Loder, who taught theater at the University of Texas at Austen for many years. Her older brother was James Edwin Loder, a renowned theologian who taught at Princeton Theological Seminary. Loder discussed ... See full bio »

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 1975 Far Out Space Nuts (TV Series)
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 1971 The Big Doll House
 1970 Night of the Witches
 1963 A Cry of Angels (TV Movie)

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Kathryn Rockwood Loder

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Ms. Loder was involved in an unfortunate (for her) incident in 1967 which garnered national headlines. While playing the lead role in Shaw's "Antony and Cleopatra" for the Theater Atlanta Repertory Company, she fell and broke her hand. This necessitated her leaving the show, for which she was receiving excellent reviews. She was replaced with the legendary African American actress Diana Sands, ... See more »

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