Anna Lee Biography (1913-)
Addresses: Home: 1240 N. Doheny Drive, Los Angeles, CA, 90069; Agent:Henderson-Hogan, 247 S. Bevery Drive, Beverly Hills, CA, 90212.
Miss Lee's favorite charity is the Royal Oak Foundation of California, which is dedicated to the preservation of places of historical interest and beauty throughout the United Kingdom. She is very proud of her Scottish heritageand is a member of the MacFarlane Clan.
- Birth Details
- January 2, 1913
- Ightham, Kent, England
- Various parts, London Repertory Company, England.
- Major Tours
- Tessa, The Constant Nymph; also: The Last Hour, Jane Eyre,London Repertory Company, 1933; Miranda, Summer Tour, 1950.
- Film Debut
- The Camels Are Coming, 1934.
- Principal Films
- Passing of the Third Floor Back, 1935; Young Man's Fancy, 1936; Non-Stop New York, 1937; Kathy, King Solomon's Mines, 1938; The Four Just Men, 1939; Return to Yesterday, 1940; Seven Sinners, 1940; My Life with Caroline, 1941; Bronwen, How Green Was My Valley, 1941; Flying Tigers, 1942; Commandoes Strike at Dawn, 1942; Flesh and Fantasy, 1943; Hangmen Also Die, 1943; Summer Storm, 1944; Bedlam, 1946; The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, 1947; High Conquest, 1947; G.I. War Brides, 1948;Fort Apache, 1948; Prison Warden, 1949; Gideon of Scotland Yard (Gideon's Day), 1958; The Last Hurrah, 1958; The Crimson Kimono, 1959; This Earth Is Mine, 1959; The Horse Soldiers, 1959; Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, 1962; The Prize, 1963; The Sound of Music, 1965; Seven Women, 1965; In Like Flint, 1967.
- Television Debut
- Dora Foster, A Date with Judy (Saturday daytime version) June 2, 1951-July, 1952.
- Television Appearances
- Panelist, It's News to Me, 1951-54; Maverick, Dr. Kildare,The Loretta Young Show, The F.B.I., Mr. Novak, Mission Impossible, Perry Mason, Mannix, Family Affair, Baretta, Gunsmoke, Knight Rider, Eleanor and Franklin; The Beasts are Loose, Scruples, Lila Quartermaine, General Hospital, 1978-present.
- Television script, produced--episode for The Loretta Young Show, 1955.
May 14, 2004: Lee died on May 14, 2004, at her home in Los Angeles, California, of pneumonia. She was 91. Source: CNN.com, www.cnn.com/2004/SHOWBIZ/TV/05/17/obit.annalee.ap/index.html, May 19, 2004; New York Times, May 18, 2004, p. B18(L).