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Mary K. Wells (1920–2000)

Mary K. Wells was born on December 1, 1920 in Omaha, Nebraska, USA. She was an actress and writer, known for As the World Turns (1956), Big Town (1950) and The Edge of Night (1956). She died on August 14, 2000 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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 1957-1969 The Edge of Night (TV Series)
Louise Capice / Helen Kilbourn
- Episode #1.3490 (1969) ... Louise Capice (uncredited)
- Episode #1.3048 (1967) ... Louise Capice
- Episode dated 15 April 1966 (1966) ... Louise Capice
- Episode #1.2280 (1964) ... Louise Capice (credit only)
- Episode #1.1760 (1962) ... Louise Capice
 1965 The Defenders (TV Series)
- The Merry-Go-Round Mender (1965) ... Maid
 1959 Deadline (TV Series)
- Murderess (1959) ... Helen
 1959 New York Confidential (TV Series)
- The Lonely Man (1959)
 1956 As the World Turns (TV Series)
Louise Cole (1956)
 1954 The Brighter Day (TV Series)
Sandra Talbot Dennis #3 (1960-1961)
 1954 The Secret Storm (TV Series)
Nola Hollister #3 (1971)
 1952 Man Against Crime (TV Series)
- Killer Cat (1952) ... Kathy
 1951 Love of Life (TV Series)
Ellie Crown (1955-1956)
 1950 The Web (TV Series)
- The Creeper (1950)
 1950 Cameo Theatre (TV Series)
 1950 The Ford Theatre Hour (TV Series)
- The Barker (1950) ... Cleo
 1950 The Big Story (TV Series)
Nellie Kenyon
- Nellie Kenyon, Chattanooga Reporter (1950) ... Nellie Kenyon
 1949 NBC Presents (TV Series)
 1946 The Searching Wind
Reporter in Madrid (uncredited)
 1944 Here Come the Waves
Wave (uncredited)
Show Show Writer (1 credit)

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Miss Wells was a dialogue writer for the television series "All My Children." She was nominated for an Emmy award for this writing.

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