(3/12/51) Radio: Appeared (as "Olivia Dandridge") in a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast of "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon".
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[from a 1990 interview] No, I'm not pleased with my career; yes, I am pleased with my life. I just loved good roles: I would love to have done great big roles in great big "A" pictures, roles that had meat in them. Would any actress not like to play Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind
(1939)? From a career standpoint, of course that's what I would like to have done. It never quite happened for ...
Studying with Michael Chekhov
in her early years, she later was one of the founders of the National Michael Chekhov Association and is considered a leading authority on his acting techniques. She is the author of the book "Michael Chekhov on Theatre and the Art of Acting: The Five-Hour Master Class". In addition, she is the executrix of his estate.