Barbara Britton

Born Sep 26, 1920

Barbara Britton was an American film and television actress. She is best known for her Western film roles opposite Randolph Scott, Joel McCrea, and Gene Autrey, and for her two-year tenure as inquisitive amateur sleuth Pam North on the television series Mr. and Mrs. North.… Read More

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1919 Birth Born on September 26, 1919.


1941 21 Years Old In 1941, while appearing in a Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade, a photo of Britton was used on the front page of a local newspaper. … Read More
1944 24 Years Old Reportedly, in 1944, Britton suffered from nervous exhaustion due to overwork and was advised to seek the help of physician and psychoanalyst Dr. Eugene J. Czukor.
1945 25 Years Old Britton and Czukor, who was 22 years her senior, were married on April 2, 1945. … Read More
1948 28 Years Old In 1948, Britton was given a key to the City of Long Beach, California.


1960 40 Years Old On February 8, 1960 she received a star for television on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; her star is located at 1719 Vine Street.


1979 59 Years Old One of Britton's last roles was on the daytime TV soap opera One Life to Live in 1979.


1980 60 Years Old She died of pancreatic cancer in New York City on January 17, 1980, at the age of 60. … Read More
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