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Actress, Katharine Alexander, was born on Sep 22, 1898 in Fort Smith, AR. Alexander died at the age of 82 on Jan 10, 1981 in Tryon, NC .



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Alda: [the clock has just chimed loudly and startled the Baron Cesarea] Midnight - and everyone's calm and collected excepting the Baron.

Hilda Pierce: [on New York City] Well, all I see is squalor and dirt. And unpleasantly swarthy people.

Janet Archer: Just think, our little girl married to Dexter.
Harry Archer: Just so long as it takes to get it annulled!
Janet Archer: Harry, you can't.
Harry Archer: Why not?
Janet Archer: Because they're going to have a baby. I hope it'll be a girl.
Harry Archer: Janet, you amaze me. How can you stand there calmly and hope it's going to be a girl?
Janet Archer: Well, it's got to be either a boy or a girl. I can have my preference, can't I?

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She and her husband, William A. Brady, Jr., had a daughter Barbara Brady.

Character actress who played long-suffering wives, mothers and a variety of elegant, sometimes pompous society ladies. Appeared on stage during the 1920s and 30s (Theatre Guild) and co-starred (as Linda Loman) with Paul Muni and Kevin McCarthy in a 1949 London production of Arthur Miller's 'Death of a Salesman' at the Phoenix Theatre.

Married to Alice Brady's half-brother.

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