Gender
Female
Born
Nov 20, 1919
Portland, Maine, USA
Died
Aug 14, 2012
Longwood, Florida, USA
Performer
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Biography: Phyllis St. Felix Thaxter was born on November 20, 1919 in Portland, Maine to Sidney St. Felix Thaxter and Phyllis Schuyler. She studied at the Montreal Repertory Theater in the 1930s. She made her film debut in 1944 in "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo." She married James T. Aubrey Jr. and then Gilbert Lea.

Film/TV Credits: Film credits include: "Superman," "The Sea of Grass," "Blood on the Moon," "She's Working Her Way Through College," "Springfield Rifle," "Jim Thorpe -- All American," and "The Breaking Point." Television credits include: "Wagon Train," "The Twilight Zone," "The Fugitive," and "Murder, She Wrote."

Other Awards: Received a star on the Walk of Fame in 1960.
Take Her, She's Mine (Dec 21, 1961 - Dec 08, 1962)
  • Starring: Phyllis Thaxter [Anne Michaelson]
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Sundown Beach (Sep 07, 1948 - Sep 11, 1948)
  • Performer: Phyllis Thaxter [Nancy]
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There Shall Be No Night (Sep 09, 1940 - Nov 02, 1940)
  • Performer: Phyllis Thaxter [Lempi]
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There Shall Be No Night (Apr 29, 1940 - Aug 09, 1940)
  • Performer: Phyllis Thaxter [Lempi]
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What a Life (Apr 13, 1938 - Jul 08, 1939)
  • Performer: Phyllis Thaxter
    • Student - Replacement
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