Baxter, Anne

Born: May 07, 1923 AD
Died: 1985 AD, at 62 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Actresses

1923 - Anne Baxter was born 7th of May in Michigan City, Indiana.


1933 - Baxter attended a Broadway play starring Helen Hayes


1936 - Anne had appeared on Broadway.


         - Learned her acting craft as a student of the famed teacher Maria Ouspenskaya.


1940 - Her first movie role was in 20 Mule Team.


1942 - Chosen by Orson Welles to appear in The Magnificent Ambersons based on the novel by Booth Tarkington.


1946 - Starred in the movie The Razor's Edge for which she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.


1950 - She was chosen to co-star in All About Eve.


1953 - Appeared on Broadway a play based upon the narrative poem by Stephen Vincent Benet.


1970 - Baxter was a frequent guest and stand-in host on the popular daytime TV talk-fest The Mike Douglas



1983 - Starred in the television series Hotel after replacing Bette Davis in the cast after Davis took ill.


         - Baxter has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6741 Hollywood Blvd.


1985 - Baxter died from a brain aneurysm on 12th of December while walking down Madison Avenue in New

York City.




Page last updated: 8:25am, 05th Dec '06
Return to full site

This page is copyright ©