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Marian Winters (1920–1978)

Marian Winters was born on April 19, 1920 in New York City, New York, USA as Marian Weinstein. She was an actress and writer, known for Suspense (1949), Goodyear Playhouse (1951) and Lux Video Theatre (1950). She was married to Jerome "Jay" Smolin. She died on November 3, 1978 in New York City. See full bio »
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Known For

Suspense Lilja
Goodyear Playhouse
Lux Video Theatre
Lux Video Theatre Jean Nelson


Jump to: Actress | Writer
Hide Hide Show Show Actress (12 credits)
 1976 The Land of Hope (TV Movie)
Reva Barsky
 1971 Great Performances (TV Series)
- Paradise Lost (1971) ... Bertha
 1966 Hawk (TV Series)
Mama Serri
- Death Comes Full Circle (1966) ... Mama Serri
 1963 The Doctors and the Nurses (TV Series)
Mrs. Messrow
- The Saturday Evening of Time (1963) ... Mrs. Messrow
 1962 The Defenders (TV Series)
Mrs. Coley
- The Locked Room (1962) ... Mrs. Coley
 1958-1960 Armstrong Circle Theatre (TV Series)
- Separate Parents (1960)
- Case for Room 310 (1958) ... (as Marion Winters)
 1960 Play of the Week (TV Series)
Anna Casale
- A Very Special Baby (1960) ... Anna Casale (as Marion Winters)
 1956 Goodyear Playhouse (TV Series)
 1955 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
- The World to Nothing (1955) ... Miriam
 1953 Suspense (TV Series)
- The Man Who Cried Wolf (1953) ... Lilja
 1952 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Jean Nelson
- Two Pale Horsemen (1952) ... Jean Nelson
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 1967 CBS Repertoire Workshop (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Animal Keepers (1967) ... (writer)

Personal Details

Other Works:

She played a shoplifter in Sidney Kingsley's play, "The Detective Story," at the Blackstone Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Chester Morris (Detective McLeod); Lydia Clarke (Mary McLeod); Walter Starkey (Arthur Kindred); Elinor Randel (Susan Carmichael); Steve Gravers (First Burglar Charlie); Alan Rich (Second Burglar Lewis); ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Marion Winters

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Won Broadway's 1952 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Dramatic) for "I Am a Camera."

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