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Phyllis Avery

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Born Nov 14, 1922

Phyllis Avery was an American television and film actress.

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1922 Birth Born on November 14, 1922.


1944 21 Years Old From 1944 to 1955, Avery was married to actor Don Taylor; the couple had two daughters, Anne Taylor Fleming and Avery Taylor Moore.
1951 28 Years Old Avery was born in New York City to Evelyn (née Martine) and author Stephen Morehouse Avery. Her father hailed from Webster Groves, Missouri, near St. Louis. Her first role was as Marjorie in the 1951 film Queen for a Day based on the popular radio and television show hosted by Jack Bailey.
1952 29 Years Old In 1952, she played Tracy McAuliffe, the wife of the Charlton Heston character in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film Ruby Gentry.


1953 30 Years Old 1 More Event
From 1953 to 1955, Avery was cast as faculty wife Peggy McNutley in all but five of the seventy-five episodes of the CBS Television situation comedy, Meet Mr. McNutley, with Ray Milland as college professor Ray McNutley and Minerva Urecal as Miss Bradley, the dean. … Read More
1956 33 Years Old In 1956, she appeared as Maggie Henderson in the film The Best Things in Life Are Free, a biography of three songwriters played by Gordon MacRae, Ernest Borgnine, and Dan Dailey. … Read More
1958 35 Years Old In 1958, Avery appeared as herself singing on NBC's variety show, The George Gobel Show, and also in several episodes in various comedy sketches as Gobel's wife "Alice" (which happened to also be the first name of the real-life Mrs. Gobel).
1960 37 Years Old From 1960 to 1962, Avery appeared as Anne Selby on the CBS soap opera The Clear Horizon, a story of American astronauts and their wives.


1963 40 Years Old On February 12, 1963, Avery appeared in "The Fugitives" of NBC's Laramie western series. … Read More


2011 89 Years Old Phyllis Avery died at the age of eighty-eight on May 19, 2011, from heart failure.
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