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Margot Stevenson (1912–2011)

Margot Stevenson was born on February 8, 1912 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA as Margaret Helen Stevenson. She was an actress, known for Smashing the Money Ring (1939), Calling Philo Vance (1940) and Granny Get Your Gun (1940). She was married to Val Avery and Robert Russell. She died on January 2, 2011 in New York, New York. See full bio »

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Known For

Calling Philo Vance Hilda Lake
Granny Get Your Gun Julie Westcott


Hide Hide Show Show Actress (18 credits)
 1979 Going in Style
Store Cashier
 1970 Rabbit, Run
Mrs. Tothero
 1968 The Brotherhood (uncredited)
 1967 Valley of the Dolls
Anne's Mother (uncredited)
 1965 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (TV Series)
- Escape from Venice (1965) ... Betty
 1955 Mama (TV Series)
 1954-1955 Repertory Theatre (TV Series)
Mary Venner
- The Ghost Writer (1955) ... Mary Venner
- Run, Girl, Run (1954)
 1954 Macbeth (TV Movie)
Lady Macduff
 1954 Rheingold Theatre (TV Series)
- Myra and the Moneyman (1954) ... Myra
 1940 Flight Angels
 1940 Saturday's Children
Mrs. MacReady (voice, uncredited)
 1940 Castle on the Hudson
Ann Rockford
 1940 Granny Get Your Gun
Julie Westcott
 1940 Calling Philo Vance
Hilda Lake
 1939 Invisible Stripes
 1934 Come to Dinner (Short)
Miss Jurgen - Oliver's Daughter

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Stage Play: Hostile Witness. Written by Jack Roffey. Directed by Reginald Denham [final Broadway credit]. Music Box Theatre: 17 Feb 1966- 2 Jul 1966 (156 performances + 4 previews that began on 14 Feb 1966). Cast: Ray Milland [only Broadway role] (as "Simon Crawford"), Michael Allinson (as "Sir Peter Crossman"), Norman Barrs (as "Charles ... See more »

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Came from a theatrical family of British-American nationality, so held dual nationality. See more »

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