• Anita Stewart

    1902 - 1961

    Anita Stewart (1902 - 1961)

    Actress. She performed in silent motion pictures for Vitagraph Studios. She signed with LB Mayer before her contract with Vitagraph expired resulting in a landmark lawsuit. She began her career in motion pictures at Edison’s Vitagraph Studio on Long Island . She later moved to Hollywood as the premier star in Louis B. Mayer’s company. […]

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  • Ann B. Davis

    1926 - 2014

    Ann B. Davis (1926 - 2014)

    American Actress. Ann Davis achieved prominence for her role in The Bob Cummings Show for which she twice won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, but she is best known for playing the part of Alice Nelson, the housekeeper in The Brady Bunch series. (bio by: David Peltier)

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  • Ann Carter

    1936 - 2014

    Ann Carter (1936 - 2014)

    Child Actress. Carter was discovered at the age of four while she and her mother were riding on a bus in Los Angeles, by a 20th Century-Fox employee who introduced her to producer-director Herbert Brenon, who she auditioned for and landed a role in 1941’s ‘The Last of the Duanes’. Although she will best remembered […]

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  • Ann Codee

    1890 - 1961

    Ann Codee (1890 - 1961)

    Belgian-born vaudeville, motion picture, and television actress of the 1920s through the 1960s. Performed in vaudeville with her husband, actor Frank Orth, in an act billed as “Codee & Orth.” The two appeared together in a series of movie shorts between 1929 and 1931.  (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Ann Davis

    1926 - 2014

    Ann Davis (1926 - 2014)

    Ann Davis Davis was born in Schenectady, New York, the daughter of Marguerite (née Stott) and Cassius Miles Davis. She had an identical twin, Harriet, and an older brother, Evans.  When Davis was three, she and her family moved to Erie in northwestern Pennsylvania. She graduated from Strong Vincent High School and later from the […]

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  • Ann Dvorak

    1911 - 1979

    Ann Dvorak (1911 - 1979)

    Anna McKim was born in New York City in 1911 to silent film actress Anna Lehr and actor/director Edwin McKim. While in New York, she attended St. Catherine’s Convent. After moving to California, she attended Page School for Girls in Hollywood. She made her film debut when she was 5 years old in the silent film […]

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  • Ann Harding

    1902 - 1981

    Ann Harding (1902 - 1981)

    Ann Harding Ann Harding, who was known for her stage and screen portrayals of beautiful, aristocratic women in the 1920’s and 30’s, died Tuesday at her home in Sherman Oaks, Calif., after a long illness. She was 79 years old. Miss Harding made her Broadway debut in 1921 in ”Like a King.” In his review […]

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  • Ann Little

    1891 - 1984

    Ann Little (1891 - 1984)

    Ann Little was born Mary Brooks on a ranch near the town of Mount Shasta, California, she began appearing in a traveling stock theater group after graduating high school. After briefly relocating to San Francisco in the early 1910s, she made the transition to films; first appearing in one-reel Western shorts with actor and director […]

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  • Ann Miller

    1923 - 2004

    Ann Miller (1923 - 2004)

    Johnnie Lucille Collier was born in Chireno, Texas to Clara Emma (née Birdwell) and John Alfred Collier, a criminal lawyer who represented the Barrow Gang, Machine Gun Kelly, and Baby Face Nelson, among others.  Her maternal grandmother was Cherokee. Miller’s father insisted on the name Johnnie because he had wanted a boy, but she was […]

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  • Ann Morgan Guilbert

    1928 - 2016

    Ann Morgan Guilbert (1928 - 2016)

    Ann Morgan Guilbert Ann Morgan Guilbert, beloved as the next-door neighbor on “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and seen recently on CBS’ comedy “Life in Pieces,” has died. Guilbert died of cancer in Los Angeles on Tuesday, her daughter Nora Eckstein said. She was 87. Recent TV appearances included a starring role on the hospital comedy “Getting On” […]

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  • Ann Morrison

    1916 - 1978

    Ann Morrison (1916 - 1978)

    Actress. A character actress in radio, film and television, Morrison started work on radios serials such as “Lux Theatre,” “Calling All Cars” and “Woman in White.” She also appeared on televsion in “General Hospital” and a number of other shows. Morrison died following a long illness. Morrison appeared in 20 films. (bio by: TLS)

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  • Ann Mui

    1959 - 2000

    Ann Mui (1959 - 2000)

    Chinese Actress. Mui appeared in the films, “Trouble Couple” (1987), “Jackie Chan’s Police Story” (1988), “The Iceman Cometh” (1989), “Burning Ambition” (1989), “Stage Door Johnny” (1990), “Chicken A La Queen” (1990), “Touch And Go” (1991), and her last film, “Farewell My Dearest” (1995). She was the sister of actress Anita Mui. Mui died on April […]

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  • Ann Parkhurst

    1908 - 1990

    Ann Parkhurst (1908 - 1990)

    Dancer and stage actress of the 1930s and 40s. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Ann Prentiss

    1939 - 2010

    Ann Prentiss (1939 - 2010)

    Ann Prentiss (November 27, 1939 – January 12, 2010) was an American actress. Prentiss was born Ann Elizabeth Ragusa in San Antonio, Texas, to Thomas and Paulene (née Gardner) Ragusa. Her father was of Sicilian descent. Her elder sister is the actress Paula Prentiss. Prentiss had many bit parts in films and television series in the […]

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  • Ann Richards

    1917 - 2006

    Ann Richards (1917 - 2006)

    Actress.  Shirley Ann Richards was born to an American father and a New Zealand mother and educated in Australia.  Her acting career began at the Sydney Players Club when her amateur talent was recognized by Cimesound Productions.  In 1937 she was given a role in noted Australian producer and director Ken Hall’s film, “It Isn’t […]

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  • Ann Rule

    1931 - 2015

    Ann Rule (1931 - 2015)

    Ann Rae Stackhouse was born on October 22, 1931, in Lowell, Michigan. One of two children of Chester R. Stackhouse and Sophie Marie Hansen, her mother was a teacher, specializing in developmentally disabled children; her father was a sports coach. As Rule did during young adulthood, her family members had careers in law enforcement. Rule’s […]

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  • Ann Rutherford

    1917 - 2012

    Ann Rutherford (1917 - 2012)

    Rutherford was born in Vancouver, to John Rutherford, a former operatic tenor, and Lucille Mansfield, a silent film actress. While Rutherford was still a baby, the family moved to San Francisco. Soon afterwards, her parents separated and Lucille Mansfield moved to Los Angeles with Ann Rutherford and her sister Judith.  While roller skating home from […]

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  • Ann Savage

    1921 - 2008

    Ann Savage (1921 - 2008)

    Actress. She appeared in around 30 B-movies, and retains a cult following for the 1945 “Detour”. Born Bernice Maxine Lyon, she was raised in Dallas until age nine when her family moved to Los Angeles. Describing herself as “star-struck”, she enrolled in Max Reinhardt’s acting school, and made her screen debut in the 1943 “One […]

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  • Ann Sheridan

    1915 - 1967

    Ann Sheridan (1915 - 1967)

    Born in Denton, Texas on February 21, 1915, Ann Sheridan was a student at the University of North Texas when her sister sent a photograph of her to Paramount Pictures. She subsequently entered and won a beauty contest, with part of her prize being a bit part in a Paramount film. She abandoned college to […]

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  • Ann Shoemaker

    1891 - 1978

    Ann Shoemaker (1891 - 1978)

    Actress. She appeared in ten television series and shows and in forty-nine motion pictures, including “Alice Adams”, “Shall We Dance”, “Babes in Arms”, “Above Suspicion”, “You’ll Never Get Rich”, “Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo”, “Sitting Pretty” and “The Fortune Cookie”. She was married to actor Henry Stephenson. (bio by: TLS)  Family links:  Spouse:  Henry Stephenson (1871 […]

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  • Ann Sothern

    1909 - 2001

    Ann Sothern (1909 - 2001)

    Actress. Born in Valley City, North Dakota, as Harriet Lake, her career spanned six decades and included 64 movies and 175 TV episodes. In the 1950’s she was in the television series “Private Secretary” and later “The Ann Sothern Show.” She received an Oscar nomination in 1988 for best supporting actress in the movie “The […]

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  • Ann Thomas

    1914 - 1989

    Ann Thomas (1914 - 1989)

    Actress. She appeared on stage, in radio, on television and in film. She began acting at 4 years old in a Metropolitan Opera production of “The Merchant of Venice”. She was known for her gravelly voice and Brooklyn accent. On Broadway, some of her appearances were in the original productions of “Charm” (1929), “Lost Boy” […]

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  • Ann Wedgeworth

    1934 - 2017

    Ann Wedgeworth (1934 - 2017)

    Ann Wedgeworth had supporting roles in many movies. She had the female leading role opposite Gene Hackman in the 1973 film Scarecrow. She later co-starred in Bang the Drum Slowly, Law and Disorder, One Summer Love, and Thieves. In 1977, she won the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress for her […]

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  • Anna Akhmatova

    1889 - 1966

    Anna Akhmatova (1889 - 1966)

    Poet. She is considered by many to be the greatest woman poet in Russian Literature. Born Anna Gorenko into an upper-class family in Odessa, Ukraine, she spent most of her life in Saint Petersburg, the city with which she is most closely identified.  Precocious in her studies, she excelled in languages and began writing verse […]

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  • Anna Boch

    1848 - 1936

    Anna Boch (1848 - 1936)

    Painter. She was the only person who bought (in 1890) a painting from Vincent Van Gogh when he was alive : “Les Vignes rouges.”

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  • Anna Castelli Ferrieri

    1918 - 2006

    Anna Castelli Ferrieri (1918 - 2006)

    Anna Castelli Ferrieri was an Italian architect and industrial designer. She is most known for her influence in the use of plastics as a mainstream design material and her work with Kartell, an Italian contemporary furniture company. Ferrieri was born in Milan on August 6, 1918 and died June 22, 2006 at age 87. Ferrieri studied […]

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  • Anna Chance

    1879 - 1943

    Anna Chance (1879 - 1943)

    Actress. Born in Oxford, Maryland, she began her career on stage and in vaudeville, where she met and married actor Charley Grapewin. Together with her husband she appeared in the Christie Comedies films “Chimmie Hicks and the Rum Omelet” (1900), “Jed’s Vacation” (1929), “House Cleaning” (1929), “Ladies Chance” (1929), “That Red Headed Hassy” (1929) and […]

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  • Anna Cropper

    1938 - 2007

    Anna Cropper (1938 - 2007)

    Actress. Born in Brierfield, Lancashire, England, she appeared mainly in British films and television. After she began her career on the stage, Cropper made her movie debut in the 1969 film “All Neat in Black Stockings”. Her other memorable performances include the film “Cromwell”, (1970), and the television series “The Wednesday Play”, “Softly Softly”, “Nanny” […]

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  • Anna Elizabeth Klumpke

    1856 - 1942

    Anna Elizabeth Klumpke (1856 - 1942)

    Painter. A native of San Francisco,   Klumpke was handicapped at a young age after being injured in two separate falls. In 1877 she moved with her family to Paris,  where she studied at the Académie Julian art school.  She presented her first painting publicly at the 1884 Paris Salon, which won the Grand Prize. […]

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  • Anna Ella Carroll

    1815 - 1893

    Anna Ella Carroll (1815 - 1893)

    Author, Civil War reporter. She was born on Maryland’s Eastern Shore in 1815. Often called an unofficial member of President Abraham Lincoln’s cabinet, she was a Unionist author and newspaper reporter who had traveled extensively throughout the South and Midwest before the Civil War. Among her most popular books were “The War Powers Of The […]

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