( b. Aug 12, 1911 Campgaw, New Jersey, USA - d. Oct 20, 2006 Bel Air, California, USA ) Female
Jane was raised in New York City, attended the Chapin School and Barnard College. After two years of college, she left to join the apprentice school of the Berkshire Playhouse at Stockbridge, Massachusetts, where for six months she played a varied assortment of roles. Wyatt made the transition from stage to screen and was placed under contract at Universal, where she made her film debut in director James Whale's One More River (1934). She went back and forth between Universal and Broadway (and co-starred in Frank Capra's Columbia film Lost Horizon (1937) (on loan out from Universal). In the 1950s, she co-starred with Robert Young in "Father Knows Best" (1954), the classic TV sitcom chronicling the life and times of the Anderson family in the Midwestern town of Springfield.