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Mildred Dunnock

Mildred Dunnock (born in Baltimore, Maryland, January 25, 1901, died       July 5, 1991) made her movie debut on The Corn Is Green (1945) starring Bette Davis, reprised the role of Linda Loman that she had performed on Broadway in Death of a Salesman (1951) starring Frederick March, directed by László Benedek from the 1949 play by Arthur Miller, and in the 1966 TV adaptation with Lee Cobb. She acted in movies like Viva Zapata! (1952) by Elia Kazan with Marlon Brando, The Trouble with Harry (1955) by Alfred Hitchcock, Baby Doll (1956) directed by Elia Kazan from a screenplay by Tennessee Williams, Peyton Place (1957), The Nun’s Story (1959) directed by Fred Zinneman starring Audrey Hepburn, Butterfield 8 (1960) with Elizabeth Taylor, Something Wild (1961) with Carrol Baker, Sweet Bird of Youth (1962) directed by Richard Brooks from the 1959 play by Tennessee Williams.

Golden Globe Awards