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Job Stage, film, television actress
Years active 1949-1960
Top Roles Melba Wooley, Queen Mathilda, School Principal, Countess Alzani, Icey Spoon
Top GenresDrama, Comedy, Musical, Film Adaptation, Romance, Thriller/Suspense
Top TopicsBook-Based, Aviation, Sisters
Top Collaborators (Producer), (Director), (Director), (Director)
Shares birthday with Priscilla Lane, William Lundigan, William Austin  see more..

Evelyn Varden Overview:

Character actress, Evelyn Varden, was born on Jun 12, 1893 in Adair, OK. Varden died at the age of 65 on Jul 11, 1958 in New York City, NY .

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Evelyn Varden Quotes:

Icey Spoon: [about the conjugal bed] When you've been married to a man for forty years you know all that don't amount to a hill of beans. I've been married to Walt that long and I swear in all that time I just lie there thinkin' about my canning.


Icey Spoon: A husband's one piece of store goods you never know 'til you get it home and take the paper off.


Icey Spoon: [about sex in marriage] A woman's a fool to marry for that. That's somethin' for a man. The Good Lord never meant for a decent woman to want that. Not really want it. It's all just a fake and a pipe dream.


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Evelyn Varden Facts
Plain, pleasant-mannered, plump-framed American character actress, a veteran of stage and radio, who didn't appear in films until late in life, showing up amusingly as talkative neighbors and absent-minded matrons.

Recreated her 1954 Broadway role for film as gabby Monica Breedlove, the landlady, in the cult classic The Bad Seed (1956). Also on Broadway played Mrs. Gibbs in "Our Town" (1938) and the Nurse to Olivia de Havilland's Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet" (1951).

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