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Character actress, Donna Anderson, was born on Sep 5, 1939 in Gunnison, CO. As of December 2018, Donna Anderson was 79 years old.


Donna Anderson appeared in 13 film and TV roles from 1959 through 1984. Her feature film debut was as Mary Holmes in 1959's On the Beach (starring Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner and Fred Astaire), followed by her role as Rachel Brown in Inherit the Wind (starring Spencer Tracy, Fredric March and Gene Kelly).

(Source: article by Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub).



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Donna Anderson Quotes:

Rachel Brown: Don't you see? Bert didn't think it was fair that a little child couldn't go to Heaven.

[last lines]
Mary: God... God, forgive us. Peter, I think I'll have that cup of tea now.

Henry Drummond: Do you know that at the top of the world, the twilight lasts for six months?
Rachel Brown: Bert and I don't live on the top of the world, we live in Hillsboro.

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American support actress who arrived late in films; discovered by director Stanley Kramer. Later character work, particularly on TV.

Once treasurer of the American National Theatre & Academy (ANTA-West) during the early 70s.

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