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Ruth Roman

Ruth Roman (born Norma Roman in Lynn, Massachusetts, December 22, 1922, died September 9, 1999) was nominated Best Newcomer at the 1950 Golden Globes for Champion (1949) starring Kirk Douglas, acted in movies like Beyond the Forest (1949) by King Vidor with Bette Davis, Always Leave Them Laughing (1949) with Milton Berle, Three Secrets (1950) by Robert Wise, Dallas (1950) with Gary Cooper, Lightning Strikes Twice (1951) by King Vidor with Richard Todd, Strangers on a Train (1951) directed by Alfred Hitchcock from the 1950 novel by Patricia Highsmith, Tomorrow Is Another Day (1951), Young Man with Ideas (1952) with Glenn Ford, Blowing Wild (1953) with Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck, Tanganyika (1954) with Van Heflin, The Far Country (1954), a Western by Anthony Mann with James Stewart, The Shanghai Story (1954), Down Three Dark Streets (1954) with Broderick Crawford, Joe MacBeth (1955) with Paul Douglas, The Bottom of the Bottle (1956) with Van Johnson, directed Henry Hathaway from the 1949 novel by Georges Simenon, Great Day in the Morning (1956) with Virginia Mayo, Bitter Victory (1957) by Nicholas Ray with Richard Burton.

Golden Globe Awards