Judith Anderson

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Dame Judith Anderson

Anderson in 1934
Frances Margaret Anderson-Anderson

(1897-02-10)10 February 1897[1]
Died3 January 1992(1992-01-03) (aged 94)
Years active1915–87
Benjamin Harrison Lehmann (m. 1937–1939)
Luther Greene (m. 1946–1951)

Dame Judith Anderson AC DBE (10 February 1897 – 3 January 1992)[2] was an Australian actress. She lived in the United States and performed on stage, television and movies. She received two Emmy Awards and a Tony Award for her acting. Her Hollywood movies included the Academy Award-nominated movie Rebecca, Laura in 1944 and The Diary of a Chambermaid in 1946. Anderson was born in Adelaide, South Australia, although she later relocated to Santa Barbara, California. Anderson died of pneumonia at 94.

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  1. According to the United States Social Security Death Index Anderson's year of birth was 1897, however many sources cite 1898 as her year of birth.
  2. "Judith Anderson profile at Film Reference.com". filmreference. Retrieved 11 May 2008.