Harriet E. MacGibbon Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Died in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA  (cardiac arrest)

Mini Bio (1)

Harriet MacGibbon had a long and distinguished stage career in New York before entering the movies and television. She studied a variety of crafts including voice, piano and harp. Unlike her stage roles, her roles on the big and little screens were usually that of of snooty society ladies, her best-known role probably being Mrs. Margaret Drysdale, the social-climbing wife of backwoods millionaire Jed Clampett's banker, in the long-running hit The Beverly Hillbillies (1962).

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Ken Severson

Family (1)

Spouse Charles Corwin White Jr. (28 April 1942 - 25 December 1967)  (his death)
William R. Kane (5 September 1930 - ?)  (divorced)  (1 child)

Trivia (3)

Her great-grandfather was Dr. Elisha Deming, an Indiana physician, who was active in the Underground Railroad which helped escaping slaves before and during the Civil War.
Her father was a doctor.
Her son, William Kane, Jr., was an art professor at the University of Rhode Island.

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