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The attractive daughter of Austrian-Jewish émigrés who fled their homeland to Paris in 1937 before coming to America, "B" actress Vanessa Brown grew up exceptionally fluent in German, French, Italian and English. She auditioned for Lillian Hellman at age 13 sporting a perfect Teutonic accent and earned the chance to understudy Ann Blyth on Broadway... Wikipedia

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Birth date: March 24, 1928, Vienna, Austria
Death date: May 21, 1999, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth place: Vienna, Austria
Spouse:Mark Sandrich Jr. (m. 1959–1989), Robert Alan Franklyn (m. 1950–1957)
Children:Cathy Sandrich, David Sandrich

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1A lover of music, she often wrote her own songs and instrumentals for her own pleasure (none of which were ever recorded).
2Was a naturalized citizen of the United States.
3She was an ardent conservative-minded Republican.
4Upon her death, she was cremated and her ashes were scattered in the Garden of Roses located in Westwood Memorial Park, Los Angeles, California.
5Played the girl upstairs, the neighbor of Tom Ewell, in the original Broadway production of "The Seven Year Itch", the part Marilyn Monroe later played with Ewell in the Billy Wilder film, The Seven Year Itch (1955).
6Her first husband, Dr. Robert Franklyn, was a popular Hollywood plastic surgeon. She apparently divorced him when she refused to go under the knife.
7Lost her home in the 1989 Los Angeles earthquake.
8Daughter Cathy Sandrich Gelfond (born in 1961) became a top casting director, and son David Sandrich (born in 1964) became a linguistic major and computer whiz.
9Wrote the play "Europa and the Bull" and a non-fiction work entitled "The Manpower Policies of Secretary of Labor, Willard Wirtz." There was also a novel and an unfinished autobiography.
10Directed "Meg," a prize-winning play, in Los Angeles in 1978.
11Played a minor role of a maid in the film, The Heiress (1949), starring Oscar-winner Olivia de Havilland. Interestingly, she played the "de Havilland" part on radio, a few years later.
12Ex-daughter-in-law of director/producer Mark Sandrich.
13Ex-sister-in-law of director/producer Jay Sandrich.
14She was a regular on the radio show "Quiz Kids" for two years.
15Had an I.Q. of 165.



True Colors1991TV SeriesWaitress
The Wonder Years1990TV SeriesPunch Lady
Murder, She Wrote1989TV SeriesAlma Goodrich
Dallas1985TV SeriesLady Tailor
The Twilight Zone1985TV SeriesAunt Beulah (segment "A Message from Charity")
Call to Glory1985TV SeriesMiss Rochemond
General Hospital1980TV SeriesMrs. DeFreest
Charleston1979TV Movie1st Evans Twin
All That Glitters1977TV SeriesPeggy Horner
The Witch Who Came from the Sea1976Cathy
Police Story1975TV SeriesMrs. Baxter / Mrs. Smythe
Bless the Beasts & Children1971Mrs. Goodenow
Arnie1971TV SeriesShirley
Rosie!1967Edith Shaw
The Chevy Mystery Show1960TV SeriesCarol Penn
One Step Beyond1960TV SeriesElsa Schuldorf
General Electric Theater1959TV SeriesShelly
Perry Mason1959TV SeriesDonna Kress
Goodyear Theatre1959TV SeriesPaula King
The Further Adventures of Ellery Queen1959TV Series
The Red Skelton Hour1958TV SeriesMary Lou Talbot
Wagon Train1958TV SeriesSally Potter
Climax!1955-1957TV SeriesMarian / Marie Bannerman / Vera
Schlitz Playhouse1957TV SeriesBetty
Matinee Theatre1957TV SeriesPamela Wright
The Loretta Young Show1956TV SeriesMiss Phinney
The Millionaire1956TV SeriesLouise Williams
My Favorite Husband1955TV SeriesLiz Cooper
Justice1955TV SeriesAnnie
Stage 71955TV SeriesJulia
The Revlon Mirror Theater1953TV Series
I'll Buy That1953TV Series
The Bad and the Beautiful1952Kay Amiel
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse1952TV Series
The Fighter1952Kathy
Lights Out1951TV SeriesDede
Robert Montgomery Presents1951TV SeriesAnn Kimball
Lux Video Theatre1951TV SeriesGirl
The Basketball Fix1951Pat Judd
Pulitzer Prize Playhouse1951TV Series
Three Husbands1950Mary Whittaker
Tarzan and the Slave Girl1950Jane
The Heiress1949Maria
The Secret of St. Ives1949Floria Gilchrist
Big Jack1949Patricia Mahoney
The Foxes of Harrow1947Aurore D'Arceneaux
Mother Wore Tights1947Bessie
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir1947Anna Muir as an Adult
The Late George Apley1947Agnes Willing
I've Always Loved You1946Georgette 'Porgy' Sampter at 17
Margie1946Wanda (uncredited)
The Girl of the Limberlost1945Helen Brownlee
Youth Runs Wild1944Sarah Taylor (as Tessa Brind)



Österreicher in Hollywood1994TV Short documentaryHerself
Eight Steps to Peace: Membership in the U.N.1957Documentary shortNarrator
Eight Steps to Peace: The Answer Now1957DocumentaryNarrator
Leave It to the Girls1953TV SeriesHerself
The Ezio Pinza Show1952TV SeriesHerself

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YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 1621 Vine Street.
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionAwarded February 8, 1960 at 6528 Hollywood Blvd.

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1I mean if I'm in the middle of a field with my keyboard and some headphones and I feel inspired to write something, I'll just write something really beautiful and mellow.
2I actually write film music because I'm classically trained on the piano so as well as songwriting I also write actual film music that could be used for movies like war movies and love movies.
3So film music is something I absolutely wanna get involved in.
4I think it's so important to feed your brain you know. Sometimes you've just got to read.
5The thing about being in America is when you are driving with the sun on your back, there's hip hop. I never used to be into hip hop, but there's hip hop in the food, soul food, there's hip hop in the cars.

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