Joyce MacKenzie
American actor, schoolteacher
Joyce MacKenzie
Joyce MacKenzie is an American actress who appeared in films and television from 1946 to 1961. She is best remembered for being the eleventh actress to portray Jane. She played the role opposite Lex Barker's Tarzan in 1953's Tarzan and the She-Devil.
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    THIRTIES
  • 1961
    Age 31
    Her final appearance was in the role of Nancy Gilman in the 1961 Perry Mason television series episode, "The Case of the Duplicate Daughter."
    More Details Hide Details After her acting career MacKenzie was an English teacher; one of her students was popular radio host Anthony Cumia of the Opie and Anthony Show.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1950
    Age 20
    She appeared with James Stewart in the 1950 western Broken Arrow, as the wife of Robert Mitchum in the 1951 crime drama The Racket and as a publisher's daughter trying to wrest control of editor Humphrey Bogart's newspaper in 1952's Deadline - U.S.A..
    More Details Hide Details MacKenzie's character and Jane Russell's exchanged identities in a 1954 musical, The French Line.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1929
    Born
    Born in 1929.
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