Nita Talbot
Actress
Nita Talbot
Nita Talbot is an American actress. Talbot was a leading lady who spent the first decade or so of her career playing "slick chicks" and sharp-witted career girls, but is perhaps best known for her role as Marya, the White Russian spy in the 1960s sitcom, Hogan's Heroes, as well as Sheila Fine in the sitcom, Soap. Talbot received an Emmy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for the 1967–1968 season of Hogan's Heroes.
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Amazing Good/Bad Old Movie Alert: The Cool Ones - Village Voice (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... by bland blonde Gil Peterson) and the hotsty totsy music producer in purple is Roddy McDowall (who's always so unapologetically fruity and never has a love interest, though he's accessorized in this with a gal pal played by the sultry Nita Talbot)
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OFFBEAT: Hospice of the Calumet Area 30th Anniversary Gala includes names and ... - nwitimes.com
Google News - over 5 years
Actress Nita Talbot is 81. Country singer Mel Tillis is 79. Actor Dustin Hoffman is 74. Actress Connie Stevens is 73. Country singer Phil Balsley of The Statler Brothers is 72. Actor Larry Wilcox ("CHiPS") is 64. Actor Keith Carradine and singer
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'NIGHT SHIFT' VICE RING HUMOR AT MORGUE
NYTimes - over 34 years
THE makers of ''Night Shift'' must have been in a mighty odd mood when they came up with the idea for a comedy about a prostitution ring that operates out of a morgue. Nevertheless, this is a halfway funny movie, one that's got loads of good gags in its first half and nothing but trouble in its second. Getting the film's two heroes into their
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Nita Talbot
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1997
    Age 66
    Talbot's most recent acting role was in 1997, when she voiced the character of Anastasia Hardy, the businesswoman mother of Felicia Hardy, the Black Cat, in the animated series Spider-Man.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1981
    Age 50
    On "GH", she had the recurring role of Delphina from 1981 to 1983 (and again in 1992), Tiffany Hill's old friend who took over designing Luke and Laura's wedding.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1971
    Age 40
    Shortly after filming the pilot, CBS picked up the program for the fall of 1971, but slightly revised the format, a result of which was Talbot being dropped from the cast.
    More Details Hide Details She played a nurse friend of Anne Francis who played another nurse, in the 6th episode second season in Columbo, called "A Stitch in Crime" (1973), with guest star Leonard Nimoy.
    In 1971, Talbot was cast in the pilot episode of the CBS sitcom Funny Face starring actress-comedian Sandy Duncan.
    More Details Hide Details The original premise of the show had Duncan playing Sandy Stockton, a young UCLA student from Illinois majoring in education and making ends meet by working part-time as an actress in television commercials for the Prescott Advertising Agency. Talbot played Sandy's agent, Maggie Prescott.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1958
    Age 27
    A TV-series mainstay, Talbot was seen as Mabel Spooner opposite Larry Blyden's Joe Spooner in Joe and Mabel (1956), Iris Anderson in the 1958 Perry Mason episode "The Case of the Pint-Sized Client", con-woman Blondie Collins in the second season of The Thin Man (1958–1959), con-woman/struggling actress Susan Reed in the first season of Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (1958-1959) "Beautiful, Blue and Deadly", the immigrant wife in S4:E9 "Land Deal" on Gunsmoke (1958), and in "Belle's Back"' 5:35 resourceful girl Friday Dora Miles on The Jim Backus Show (aka: Hot Off the Wire), snooty socialite Judy Evans in Here We Go Again (1973), ultra cynical Rose (opposite Bill Daily) in Starting from Scratch (1988), and the White Russian spy Marya in Hogan's Heroes.
    More Details Hide Details Talbot has been either the star or co-star of several other series, including Man Against Crime, Bourbon Street Beat (four episodes as Lusti Weather), The Secret Storm, and Supertrain, while guest-starring on others. Talbot also had long-running roles in Search for Tomorrow and General Hospital.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1949
    Age 18
    Born in New York City, Talbot began her acting career appearing as a model in the 1949 film It's a Great Feeling.
    More Details Hide Details She was afforded a wealth of varied screen roles, from the love-starved switchboard operator in A Very Special Favor (1965) to the brassy Madame Esther in Buck and the Preacher (1972). She also appeared in such films as Bright Leaf (1950), This Could Be the Night (1957), I Married a Woman (1958), Who's Got the Action? (1962), Girl Happy (1965), The Day of the Locust (1975), Serial (1980), Chained Heat (1983), Fraternity Vacation (1985), and Puppet Master II (1991).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1930
    Born
    Born on August 8, 1930.
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