Judith Anderson Movies List

Judith Anderson
Judith Anderson
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Blood Money

Actor Judith Anderson Filmography

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Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
Director: Leonard Nimoy
Music Director: James Horner
Release date: 31-05-1984
Inn of the Damned
Inn of the Damned ( English )
Artist: Judith Anderson , Alex Cord , Michael Craig , Phillip Avalon , Joseph Fürst
Director: Terry Bourke
Music Director: Bob Young
Release date: 13-11-1975
A Man Called Horse
A Man Called Horse ( English )
Artist: Richard Harris , Judith Anderson , Jean Gascon , Manu Tupou , Corinna Tsopei
Music Director: Leonard Rosenman , Morton Stevens , Gene Feldman , Jack A. Finlay
Release date: 01-05-1970
Cinderfella ( English )
Artist: Jerry Lewis , Ed Wynn , Judith Anderson , Henry Silva , Robert Hutton
Director: Frank Tashlin
Music Director: Walter Scharf
Release date: 18-12-1960
The Ten Commandments
The Ten Commandments ( English )
Director: Cecil B. DeMille , Francisco Day , Michael D. Moore , Edward Salven , Daniel McCauley , Arthur Rosson , Fouad Aref
Music Director: Elmer Bernstein , Elmer Bernstein , Louis Mesenkop , Harry Lindgren , Gene Garvin
Release date: 05-10-1956
Salome ( English )
Director: William Dieterle
Music Director: George Duning
Release date: 24-03-1953
The Furies
The Furies ( English )
Artist: Barbara Stanwyck , Wendell Corey , Walter Huston , Judith Anderson , Gilbert Roland
Music Director: Franz Waxman , Hugo Grenzbach , Walter Oberst
Release date: 16-08-1950
烈焰狂澜 ( English )
Artist: John Wayne , Laraine Day , Cedric Hardwicke , Judith Anderson , Anthony Quinn
Director: Richard Wallace
Release date: 27-12-1947
The Red House
The Red House ( English )
Director: Delmer Daves
Music Director: Miklós Rózsa
Release date: 16-03-1947
Pursued ( English )
Artist: Teresa Wright , Robert Mitchum , Judith Anderson , Dean Jagger , Alan Hale
Director: Peggy Miller
Music Director: Milton Sperling
Release date: 02-03-1947
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Judith Anderson Biography

Dame Judith Anderson was born Frances Margaret Anderson on February 10, 1897 in Adelaide, South Australia. She began her acting career in Australia before moving to New York in 1918. There she established herself as one of the greatest theatrical actresses and was a major star on Broadway throughout the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. Her notable stage works included the role of Lady Macbeth, which she played first in the 1920s, and gave an Emmy Award-winning television performance in Macbeth (1960). Anderson's long association with Euripides's "Medea" began with her acclaimed Tony Award-winning 1948 stage performance in the title role. She appeared in the television version of Medea (1983) in the supporting character of the Nurse. Anderson made her Hollywood film debut under director Rowland Brown in a supporting role in Blood Money (1933). Her striking, not conventionally attractive features were complemented with her powerful presence, mastery of timing and an effortless style. Anderson made a film career as a supporting character actress in several significant films including Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca (1940), for which she was Oscar nominated for Best Supporting Actress. She worked with director Otto Preminger in Laura (1944), then with René Clair in And Then There Were None (1945). Her remarkable performance in a supporting role in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) fit in a stellar acting ensemble under director Richard Brooks. Anderson was awarded Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the 1960 Queen's New Year's Honours List for her services to the performing arts. Living in Santa Barbara in her later years, she also had a successful stint on the soap opera Santa Barbara (1984) and was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in 1984. In the same year, at age 87, she appeared in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) as the High Priestess, and was nominated for a Saturn Award for that role. She was awarded Companion of the Order of Australia in the 1991 Queen's Birthday Honours List for her services to the performing arts. Anderson died at age 94 of pneumonia on January 3, 1992 in Santa Barbara, California.

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