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A photograph of Baxter as Eve Harrington in a trailer for All About Eve
Baxter as Eve Harrington in All About Eve (1950)

Anne Baxter (1923–1985)[1] was an American actress who had an extensive career in film, television and on stage. She made her acting debut at the age of 13 on stage in the Broadway play Seen But Not Heard in 1936.[2][3] Four years later, Baxter starred in her first feature film, the western 20 Mule Team (1940).[4] She appeared in Orson Welles' period drama The Magnificent Ambersons (1942) with Joseph Cotten and Dolores Costello, and followed this with a lead role in Billy Wilder's Five Graves to Cairo (1943).[5] In 1946, she starred as a woman suffering from alcoholism in the drama The Razor's Edge,[6][7] for which Baxter won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.[8] Two years later, Baxter appeared with Gregory Peck in the western Yellow Sky.[9]

For her performance as Eve Harrington, an ambitious understudy, in Joseph L. Mankiewicz's All About Eve (1950), she received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress.[10] Three years later, Baxter starred in Alfred Hitchcock's film noir I Confess (1953). In the same year she also appeared in the Fritz Lang-directed film noir The Blue Gardenia. In 1956, Baxter appeared as Egyptian princess Nefretiri in the Cecil B. DeMille-directed biblical epic The Ten Commandments with Charlton Heston and Yul Brynner.[11] Four years later, she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.[12]

Her television debut was in the anthology series General Electric Theater in 1957. She went on to star in several anthology series including The United States Steel Hour, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, and The DuPont Show with June Allyson. During the late 1960s, Baxter played two villains in the Batman television series,[13] and in 1969 was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her role in The Name of the Game.[14]

In 1971, Baxter made a return to Broadway theatre by starring as Margo Channing in Applause, a musical adaptation of All About Eve.[15] Her last acting role was in the television series Hotel where she starred as hotelier Victoria Cabot.[16][a]

Film

A photograph of Baxter as Nefretiri in a trailer for The Ten Commandments
Baxter as Nefretiri in The Ten Commandments (1956)
List of film roles
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1940 20 Mule Team Joan Johnson [17]
1940 The Great Profile Mary Maxwell [18]
1941 Charley's Aunt Amy Spettigue [19]
1941 Swamp Water Julie [20]
1942 The Pied Piper Nicole Rougeron [21]
1942 The Magnificent Ambersons Lucy [22]
1943 Crash Dive Jean Hewlett [23]
1943 Five Graves to Cairo Mouche [24]
1943 The North Star Marina [25]
1944 The Fighting Sullivans Katherine Mary Sullivan [26]
1944 The Eve of St. Mark Janet Feller [27]
1944 Sunday Dinner for a Soldier Tessa Osborne [28]
1944 Guest in the House Evelyn Heath [29]
1944 The Purple Heart Anne (voice) Uncredited [30]
1945 A Royal Scandal Countess Anna Jaschikoff [31]
1946 Smoky Julie Richards [32]
1946 Angel on My Shoulder Barbara Foster [33]
1946 The Razor's Edge Sophie MacDonald [34]
[35]
[36]
1947 Blaze of Noon Lucille Stewart [37]
1947 Mother Wore Tights Narrator Uncredited [38]
1948 Homecoming Penny Johnson [39]
1948 The Walls of Jericho Julia Norman [40]
1948 The Luck of the Irish Nora [41]
1948 Yellow Sky Constance "Mike" Mae [42]
[43]
1949 You're My Everything Hannah Adams [44]
1950 A Ticket to Tomahawk Kit Dodge, Jr. [45]
1950 All About Eve Eve Harrington [46]
[47]
[48]
1951 Follow the Sun Valerie Hogan [49]
1952 The Outcasts of Poker Flat Cal [50]
1952 O. Henry's Full House Joanna Goodwin segment: The Last Leaf
Anthology film
[51]
[52]
1952 My Wife's Best Friend Virginia Mason [53]
1953 I Confess Ruth Grandfort [54]
1953 The Blue Gardenia Norah Larkin [55]
1954 Carnival Story Willie [56]
1955 Bedevilled Monica Johnson [57]
1955 One Desire Tacey Cromwell [58]
1955 The Spoilers Cherry Malotte [59]
1956 The Come On Rita Kendrick [60]
1956 The Ten Commandments Nefretiri [61]
1957 Three Violent People Lorna Hunter Saunders [62]
1958 Chase a Crooked Shadow Kimberley Prescott [63]
1959 Summer of the Seventeenth Doll Olive [64]
1960 Cimarron Dixie Lee [65]
1962 Mix Me a Person Anne Dyson [66]
1962 Walk on the Wild Side Teresina Vidaverri [67]
1965 The Family Jewels Actress in an in-flight movie Uncredited [68]
1966 Seven Vengeful Women Mary Ann US Title: The Tall Women [69]
[70]
1967 The Busy Body Margo Foster [71]
1971 Fools' Parade Cleo [72]
1971 The Late Liz Liz Addams Hatch [73]
1980 Jane Austen in Manhattan Lilliana Zorska [74]

Television

A photograph of Baxter in the series The United States Steel Hour
Baxter in the episode "The Shame of Paula Marsten" of The United States Steel Hour in 1961
List of television roles
Year(s) Title Role(s) Notes Ref(s)
1957
1958
1960
General Electric Theater Major Edith Johansen / Stella Rutledge / Ella Harley Episode: "Bitter Choice"
Episode: "Stopover"
Episode: "Goodbye, My Love"
[75]
[76]
[77]
1958 Playhouse 90 Pat Bass Episode: "The Right Hand Man" [78]
1958 Lux Playhouse Delphine Murphy Episode: "The Four" [79]
1959 Riverboat Ellie Jenkins Episode: "A Race to Cincinnati" [80]
1959 Wagon Train Kitty Angel Episode: "The Kitty Angel Story" [81]
1959 Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre Laura Fletcher Episode: "Hand on the Latch" [82]
1960 The DuPont Show with June Allyson Louise Episode: "The Dance Man" [83]
1960 Checkmate Beatrice Kipp Episode: "Death Runs Wild" [84]
1961 The United States Steel Hour Paula Marsten Episode: "The Shame of Paula Marsten" [85]
1963 The Alfred Hitchcock Hour Janice Brandt Episode: "A Nice Touch" [86]
1964 Dr. Kildare Nora Willis Episode: "A Day to Remember" [87]
1965 The Loner Agatha Phelps Episode: "One of the Wounded" [88]
1966–1967 Batman Zelda the Great / Olga, Queen of the Cossacks Episode: "Zelda the Great" / "A Death Worse Than Fate"
Episode: "The Ogg and I" / "How to Hatch a Dinosaur"
[89]
[90]
[91]
[92]
1967 Stranger on the Run Valverda Johnson Television film [93]
1967 My Three Sons Eileen Talbot Episode: "Designing Women" [94]
1967 Cowboy in Africa Erica Holloway Episode: "Search for Survival" [95]
1968 The F.B.I. Katherine Daly Episode: "Region of Peril" [96]
1968 Run for Your Life Mona Morrison Episode: "Life Among the Meat-Eaters" [97]
1968 Companions in Nightmare Carlotta Mauridge Television film [98]
1968 The Virginian Nora Carlton Episode: "Nora" [99]
1968
1969
Ironside Carolyn White / Alice Flynn Episode: "An Obvious Case of Guilt"
Episode: "Programmed for Danger"
[100]
[101]
1968
1969
1970
The Name of the Game Magda Blain / Betty Jean Currier / Louise Harris Episode: "The Protector"
Episode: "The Bobby Currier Story"
Episode: "The Takeover"
Episode: "All the Old Familiar Faces"
[102]
[103]
[104]
[105]
1969
1970
1973
Marcus Welby, M.D. Myra Sherwood / Julie Langley Kirk Episode: "A Matter of Humanities"
Episode: "Madonna with Knapsack and Flute"
Episode: "A Necessary End"
[106]
[107]
[108]
[109]
1969 The Big Valley Hannah Episode: "The 25 Graves of Midas" [110]
1970 The Challengers Stephanie York Television film [111]
1970 Ritual of Evil Jolene Wiley Television film [112]
1970 Bracken's World Marian Harper Episode: "Diffusion" [113]
1971 If Tomorrow Comes Miss Cramer Television film [114]
1972 The Catcher Kate Television film [115]
1973 Columbo Nora Chandler Episode: "Requiem for a Falling Star" [110]
1973 Cannon Helen Episode: "He Who Digs a Grave" [110]
1973 Love Story Elaine McKinley Episode: "All My Tomorrows" [116]
[117]
1973 Banacek Leslie Lyle Episode: "If Max Is So Smart, Why Doesn't He Tell Us Where He Is?" [110]
1973 Mannix Victoria Episode: "The Deadly Madonna" [118]
1973 Lisa, Bright and Dark Margaret Schilling Television film [119]
1976 The Moneychangers Edwina Dorsey Television miniseries [110]
1978 Little Mo Jessamyn Connolly Television film [120]
1979 Nero Wolfe Rachel Bruner Television film [121]
1980 Hagen Claudette Episode: "The Straw Man" [122]
1981 East of Eden Faye Television miniseries [110]
1981
1985
The Love Boat Priscilla Crawford / Helen Williams Episode: "Model Marriage, A/This Year's Model/Original Sin/Vogue Rogue/Too Clothes for Comfort"
Episode: "Call Me Grandma/A Gentleman of Discretion/The Perfect Divorce/Letting Go"
[123]
[124]
1983–1986 Hotel Victoria Cabot [125]
1984 The Masks of Death Irene Adler Television film [126]

Stage

List of theatre roles
Year(s) Title Role Theatre Notes Ref.
1936 Seen But Not Heard Elizabeth Winthrop Henry Miller's Theatre [2]
1938 There's Always a Breeze Lita Hammond Windsor Theatre [127]
1938 Madame Capet Rosalie Cort Theatre [128]
1957 The Square Root of Wonderful Mollie Lovejoy National Theatre [129]
1971–72 Applause Margo Channing Palace Theatre [130]
1974 Come Into the Garden Maud Maud Caragnani Ethel Barrymore Theatre Two part play:
Noel Coward in Two Plays
[131]
1974 A Song at Twilight Carlotta Gray [132]
1982 Hamlet Gertrude American Shakespeare Theatre [133]

Notes

  1. ^ She died in 1985, and her role in the series was retired.[16]

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