Appeared (as "Evelyn") in "A Story for a Sunday Evening" on Broadway. Written / directed by Paul Crabtree
. Incidental music by Leighton Tiffault. Playhouse Theatre: 17 Nov 1950-25 Nov 1950 (11 performances). Cast: Paul Crabtree (as "David"), Henry Jones
(as "Stage Manager"), Thomas J. King, Nan Martin
(as "Beatrice"). Produced ...
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Miss Chicago 1946
5' 5½" (1.66 m)
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[on receiving the Best Supporting Actress Oscar, 1972] I'm at a point where I'm free to go out and have a little fun with my career. Some Oscar winners have dropped out of sight, as if they were standing on a trapdoor. Others picked it up and ran with it. I'm going to run with it.
She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6435 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on September 20, 1980.