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Lizabeth Scott

Born Sep 29, 1922

Lizabeth Scott is an American actress and singer widely known for her film noir roles. She is one of few surviving actresses from Hollywood's "golden age".

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1922 Birth Born on September 29, 1922.


1942 19 Years Old She later went to New York City and attended the Alvienne School of Drama. In late 1942, she was eking out a precarious living with a small Midtown Manhattan summer stock company when she got a job as understudy for Tallulah Bankhead in Thornton Wilder's play The Skin of Our Teeth. … Read More


1946 23 Years Old …  In 1946 exhibitors voted her the seventh-most promising "star of tomorrow". … Read More
1949 26 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1949, she starred as a vicious femme fatale in Too Late for Tears. … Read More


1955 32 Years Old Another courtroom appearance came several years later, in 1955, when she sued Confidential magazine for stating that she spent her off-work hours with "Hollywood's weird society of baritone babes" (a euphemism for a lesbian) in an article which claimed Scott's name was found on the clients' list belonging to a call-girl agency. … Read More
1957 34 Years Old After completing Loving You in 1957, Elvis Presley's second film, Scott retired from the screen. … Read More


1963 40 Years Old The next few years saw Scott occasionally guest-star on television, including a 1963 episode of Burke's Law. … Read More
1972 49 Years Old In 1972, she made her last film appearance, in Pulp, which starred Michael Caine and Mickey Rooney. … Read More


1987 64 Years Old She did, however, appear on stage at an American Film Institute tribute to Hal Wallis in 1987.
2001 78 Years Old In 2001, she was listed as one of the celebrity guests for the Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special, which screened in the USA on CBS.
2007 84 Years Old More recently, she was photographed next to an image of herself on the poster for The Strange Love of Martha Ivers at the AMPAS Centennial Celebration for Barbara Stanwyck on 16 May 2007.
2010 87 Years Old She recently attended another screening of the film on June 28, 2010 as part of AMPAS's "Oscar Noir" series at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. … Read More
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