Karen Steele
Actress
Karen Steele
Karen Steele was an American actress and model with over 60 roles in film and television. Her most famous roles include starring as Virginia in Marty, as Mrs Lane in Ride Lonesome, and as Eve McHuron in the Star Trek episode "Mudd's Women".
Biography
Karen Steele's personal information overview.
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DVD; How Crimes Have Changed
NYTimes - over 5 years
JUST as hemlines rise and fall, so do fashions in crime -- or, at least, its fictional representation -- evolve from decade to decade and even from year to year. Bracketing the 1950s a group of four crime films recently released by the Warner Archive Collection suggest just how radical those shifts can be. A pair of films from 1949, Richard O.
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How Crimes Have Changed - New York Times
Google News - over 5 years
Ray Danton, with Karen Steele, is the dashingly amoral title character in “The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond.” In “The Threat” Charles McGraw, with Virginia Grey, plays a crazed hoodlum. In the late 1940s Hollywood was just beginning to discover the
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dvd review: Back To The 1950s - Indie Wire (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Scott has two leading ladies: Virginia Mayo, his onetime flame who's now married to empire-builder Duggan, and Karen Steele, the loyal wife of Civil War veteran Michael Dante who clearly has feelings for Scott, as he puts his life on the line to bring
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ARC of St. Lucie County presents Quest: Where the Voice of Life & Dance Meet ... - TCPalm
Google News - over 5 years
Lyndell Engler, Tena Patterson, Charles Miller, Babette Williams and (front) Karen Steele rehearse for “Quest: Where the Voice of Life & Dance Meet” to be performed on June 4 at the Sunrise Theatre to benefit Arc of St. Lucie County
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Jennie Steele remembered for her gallant fight against cancer - Lahontan Valley News
Google News - over 5 years
Jennie is survived by her husband, Jason; sons, Thomas and Parker all of Fallon; parents, Carole (Imelli) and Ralph Rogers of Yerington and William “Snick” Lee of Fallon; brother, Mark Lee; father and mother-in-law, Chuck and Karen Steele of Yerington;
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Karen Steele elected to board of National Student Exchange - Montana State University
Google News - almost 6 years
Karen Steele, academic adviser and National Student Exchange coordinator in University Studies at Montana State University, has been elected to serve a three-year term on the National Student Exchange board of directors. Steele was elected to represent
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Search for next Malden superintendent enters new phase - Boston Globe
Google News - almost 6 years
Karen Steele, Director of Partnership for Community Schools in Malden since 2003, previously served as marketing communications manager for several high technology/software companies. A graduate of Merrimack College, she is a mentor to other 21st
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Fishy goings-on in Antrim - Antrim Times
Google News - almost 6 years
Karen Steele, Development Manager (Visitor Servicing) with Antrim Council, said: “Antrim and Newtownabbey councils are joining forces to host an exciting, new South Antrim Fishing Festival. “With something for all the family, there will be fishing
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Budd Boetticher, Director Whose No-Frills 50's Westerns Became Classics, Dies at 85
NYTimes - about 15 years
Budd Boetticher, who directed a series of stark, low-budget westerns regarded by film scholars as classics of the genre, died on Thursday at his home in Ramona, Calif. He was 85. In the austere, suspenseful opening of ''Comanche Station'' (1960), the last of seven westerns starring Randolph Scott that Mr. Boetticher directed, a lone rider in a
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Karen Steele
    FIFTIES
  • 1988
    Age 56
    Died on March 12, 1988.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1970
    Age 38
    Like many actresses, as she got older, she turned to television commercials for income. She also became involved in charitable causes and community service. In early 1970, she went on a handshake tour of service hospitals in the South Pacific, rather than accept a series that would have paid her $78,000.
    More Details Hide Details As a result, she lost her agent. In later life, she settled in Golden Valley, Arizona, and married Dr. Maurice Boyd Ruland, a psychiatrist at the Mohave Mental Health Clinic. They were married until she died of cancer, aged 56, at the Kingman Regional Medical Center in Kingman, Arizona.
  • 1966
    Age 34
    She was one of Mudd's Women in the 1966 episode of the same name that aired during the first season of Star Trek.
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  • 1965
    Age 33
    Her character in "Survival of the Fattest", a 1965 episode of NBC's Get Smart, was named Mary 'Jack' Armstrong, said to be "the strongest female enemy agent in the world".
    More Details Hide Details This is a reference to Jack Armstrong, the clean-cut fictional hero of Jack Armstrong the All American Boy, an adventure series broadcast on radio from 1933 to 1951.
  • 1962
    Age 30
    In 1962, she portrayed the part of Dolly LeMoyne in the episode "The Woman Trap" on CBS's Rawhide.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1961
    Age 29
    She appeared as Mae Dailey in the 1961 episode "Big Time Blues" on the ABC/Warner Brothers drama, The Roaring 20s, along with other guest stars Peter Breck and Shirley Knight.
    More Details Hide Details Earlier, she was cast in a guest-starring role in another ABC/WB series, The Alaskans, starring Roger Moore and Dorothy Provine.
  • 1958
    Age 26
    In 1958, she played the titular role in the episode "Madame Faro" of NBC's Jefferson Drum, a western series starring Jeff Richards.
    More Details Hide Details Steele made two guest appearances on CBS's Perry Mason, as Doris Stephanek in "The Case of the Haunted Husband" (1958) and as murder victim Carina Wileen in "The Case of the Fatal Fetish" (1965).
  • 1957
    Age 25
    In 1957, she guest starred on the TV program Maverick, as Molly Gleason in the episode "Point Blank" opposite James Garner and Mike Connors.
    More Details Hide Details The episode was originally intended by series writer/producer Roy Huggins to be the pilot but Warner Bros. instead substituted an episode based on a studio property in order to, according to Huggins' Archive of American Television interview, prevent him from obtaining the valuable creator's credit.
  • 1953
    Age 21
    Steele's first acting job was in a radio play titled Let George Do It. She subsequently appeared in the 1953 films The Clown (in an uncredited role) and Man Crazy (as Marge).
    More Details Hide Details The following year, she landed the role of Millie Darrow in "So False and So Fair" on the television anthology Studio 57. Her first critically acclaimed film was Marty (1955). She played Virginia and got the part because the director, Delbert Mann, confused her with an actress from New York who he and writer Paddy Chayevsky had intended to play it.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1931
    Born
    Born on March 20, 1931.
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