Joanna Roos (1901–1989)


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Joanna Roos was born on January 11, 1901 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for The Doctors (1963), Play of the Week (1959) and Kraft Theatre (1947). She died on May 13, 1989 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Doctors Edna Hamilton (1964)
(1963)
Play of the Week Aline Solness
(1960-1961)
Kraft Theatre Miss Lanier / First Class Passenger
(1954-1956)
Splendor in the Grass Mrs. Stamper
(1961)

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 1972 Great Performances (TV Series)
Mary Winrod
- The Rimers of Eldritch (1972) ... Mary Winrod
 1969 The Jackie Gleason Show (TV Series)
Mother Kenmore
- The Honeymooners: Play It Again, Norton (1969) ... Mother Kenmore
 1969 The Edge of Night (TV Series)
Mattie Grimsley #3
- Episode #1.3352 (1969) ... Mattie Grimsley #3
 1967 Coronet Blue (TV Series)
Mrs. Hope
- Faces (1967) ... Mrs. Hope
 1966 Lamp at Midnight (TV Movie)
Mother Superior
 1966 The Long, Hot Summer (TV Series)
Hattie Kane
- Evil Angel (1966) ... Hattie Kane
 1965 Inherit the Wind (TV Movie)
Mrs. Brady
 1963 The Defenders (TV Series)
Josie Davis / Elsa Lundee
- Fugue for Trumpet and Small Boy (1963) ... Josie Davis
- Kill or Be Killed (1963) ... Elsa Lundee
 1963 The Doctors (TV Series)
Edna Hamilton (1964)
 1962 Two Weeks in Another Town
Janet Bark
 1961 Splendor in the Grass
Mrs. Stamper
 1961 Naked City (TV Series)
Martha Peavey
- A Kettle of Precious Fish (1961) ... Martha Peavey
 1961 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
Dr. Edith Kinnian
- The Two Worlds of Charlie Gordon (1961) ... Dr. Edith Kinnian
 1960-1961 Play of the Week (TV Series)
Aline Solness
- Black Monday (1961)
- The Master Builder (1960) ... Aline Solness
 1960 Cradle Song (TV Movie)
Mistress of Novices
 1960 The Master Builder (TV Movie)
 1958 Johnny Belinda (TV Movie)
Maggie
 1958 Decoy (TV Series)
Mary Ringle
- Bullet of Hate (1958) ... Mary Ringle
 1957 Harbormaster (TV Series)
Maggie
- The Wreckers (1957) ... Maggie
 1957 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Mother / Mrs. Hendon
- In Love with a Stranger (1957) ... Mother
- The Man Who Wasn't Himself (1957) ... Mrs. Hendon
 1957 The Alcoa Hour (TV Series)
Francine
- Mrs. Gilling and the Skyscraper (1957) ... Francine
 1957 The Kaiser Aluminum Hour (TV Series)
Miss Peabody
- Mother (1957) ... Miss Peabody
 1956 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
 1956 As the World Turns (TV Series)
Alma Miller #1 (1960)
 1954-1956 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
Miss Lanier / First Class Passenger
- A Night to Remember (1956) ... First Class Passenger
- Patterns (1955) ... Miss Lanier
- Patterns (1955) ... Miss Lanier
- Charm Bracelet (1954)
 1956 Patterns
Margaret Lanier
 1953-1955 The Philco Television Playhouse (TV Series)
Mary / Wife
- The Pardon-Me Boy (1955) ... Mary
- The Big Deal (1953) ... Wife
 1952-1955 Armstrong Circle Theatre (TV Series)
- Trapped (1955)
- Troubled Sands (1952)
 1955 Ponds Theater (TV Series)
 1955 Omnibus (TV Series) (segment "Mr. Lincoln")
- Mr. Lincoln (1955) ... (segment "Mr. Lincoln")
 1955 Star Tonight (TV Series)
Edith Kirk
- You Need Me (1955) ... Edith Kirk
 1954 The Web (TV Series)
Elizabeth
- The House (1954) ... Elizabeth
 1951 Love of Life (TV Series)
Althea Raven (1954-1957).Sarah Dale #3 (1968-1978)
 1932 The Skull Murder Mystery (Short)
Amy Beck
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Stage Play: Makropoulos Secret. Written by Randal C. Burrett. Based on "Komedie" by Karel Capek. Directed by Charles Hopkins. Charles Hopkins Theatre: 2 Jan 1926- Mar 1926 (unknown closing date/88 performances). Cast: Harry Davenport (as "Dr. Kolenaty"), Donald Duff, Ullrich Haupt, Eric Johns, William B. Mack, Helen Menken, Grace Halsey ... See more »
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