Judith Anderson

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Age: 117
Birthplace: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dame Judith Anderson, AC, DBE (10 February 1898 – 3 January 1992) was an Australian actress of stage and screen. She won two Emmy Awards and a Tony Award and was also nominated for a Grammy Award and an Academy Award. Description above from the Wikipedia article Judith Anderson, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

 
Movie Character Year
Dyiabc5ixoery06wgh9psjegac Rebecca Mrs. Danvers 1940
Cu9vyw7akklhl0lkzspax8stkq Kings Row Mrs. Harriet Gordon 1942
U3xrayu8al9zysxzlxfezqga6xf Edge of Darkness Gerd Bjarnesen 1943
Otg99bcnytrfchehlywvdhqpfo7 And Then There Were None Emily Brent 1945
Nuk3hqwua6nx5moubgqb0vmrjoc Salome Queen Herodias 1953
Iews3zaavatewmmqcapaw1t0f0x The Ten Commandments Memnet 1956
F0bqjozz0rvzsgpcmeofbn8q7xq Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Big Momma 1958
7w8djsgc4ghzcl9gayjg561ddao A Man Called Horse Buffalo Cow Head (as Dame Judith Anderson) 1970
5dgjgpy2nlmbtw8t2tfauk8dj8n Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Vulcan High Priestess 1984