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Ann Sothern

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In the trailer for the film A Letter to Three Wives (1949)

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Ann Sothern (January 22, 1909 – March 15, 2001) was an American stage, radio, film, and television actress whose career spanned six decades. Sothern began her career in the late 1920s in bit parts in films. In 1930, she made her Broadway stage debut and soon worked her way up to starring roles. In 1939, MGM cast her as Maisie Ravier, a brash yet lovable Brooklyn showgirl. The character proved to be popular and spawned a successful film series (Congo Maisie, Gold Rush Maisie, Up Goes Maisie, etc.) and a network radio series (The Adventures of Maisie).

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  • Born: Harriette Arlene Lake January 22, 1909 Valley City, North Dakota, U.S.
  • Died: March 15, 2001 (aged 92) Ketchum, Idaho, U.S.
  • Cause of death: Heart failure
  • Resting place: Ketchum Cemetery
  • Nationality: American
  • Other names: Harriet Byron Harriet Lake
  • Education: Minneapolis Central High School
  • Alma mater: University of Washington
  • Occupation: Actress, Singer
  • Years active: 1927–1987
  • Spouse(s): Roger Pryor (m. 1936; div. 1943) Robert Sterling (m. 1943; div. 1949), 1 child
  • Children: Tisha Sterling (born 1944)

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