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Edith Williams net worth & biography:Edith Barrett was born on January 19, 1907 in Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA as Edith Williams. She was an actress, known for I Walked with a Zombie (1943), The Ghost Ship (1943) and The Song of Bernadette (1943). She was married to Vincent Price. She died on February 22, 1977 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Wikipedia
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|Northwest Passage||1959||TV Series||Reba Morris|
|Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse||1959||TV Series||Connie|
|In Love and War||1958||Mrs. Lenaine (uncredited)|
|Telephone Time||1958||TV Series||Sarah Bernhardt|
|Alfred Hitchcock Presents||1957||TV Series||Aggie Whiteford / Felicia Green|
|The Swan||1956||Elsa - Beatrix's Maid|
|Lux Video Theatre||1954-1955||TV Series||Julie / Louisa|
|Holiday for Sinners||1952||Mrs. Corvier|
|The Lady Gambles||1949||Ruth Phillips|
|That's the Spirit||1945||Abigail|
|Molly and Me||1945||Julia|
|The Keys of the Kingdom||1944||Aunt Polly|
|Strangers in the Night||1944||Ivy Miller|
|The Story of Dr. Wassell||1944||Mother of Little English Boy (uncredited)|
|Jane Eyre||1943||Mrs. Fairfax|
|The Ghost Ship||1943||Ellen Roberts|
|The Song of Bernadette||1943||Croisine Bouhouhorts|
|Always a Bridesmaid||1943||Mrs. Cavanaugh|
|I Walked with a Zombie||1943||Mrs. Rand|
|You Can't Escape Forever||1942||Madame Lucille|
|Get Hep to Love||1942||Miss Roberts|
|Give Out, Sisters||1942||Agatha Waverly|
|Lady for a Night||1942||Katherine Alderson|
|Ladies in Retirement||1941||Louisa Creed|
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|1||Brown-eyed former child actress, with fair complexion and birdlike features. She had a very successful 25-year career on the stage, which were never matched by her later performances on screen. According to actor Roddy McDowell, who knew her as a child, she suffered from mental illness from very early on. Her condition deteriorated -- exacerbated by alcoholism and an addiction to amphetamines -- as the years went on and her career began to peter out. She became more and more reclusive and bitter, her marriage to Vincent Price ending in an acrimonious divorce. Though she received alimony, her addictions left her continually destitute. She died in a nursing home of a heart attack in 1977. Her decline is well documented by Victoria Price's excellent biography of her father ("Vincent Price", St. Martin's Griffin, Oct.2000).|
|2||She was the granddaughter of Lawrence Barrett, a business and acting partner of Edwin Booth and co-founder of New York's Players Club.|
|3||From 1930, was in more than 500 performances of "Mrs. Moonlight", by Benn W. Levy. She was also critically acclaimed for her roles in "Michael and Mary" (1929) and "Parnell" (1936), the latter being referred to by Brooks Atkinson as possibly the best performance of her career.|
|4||Noted stage actress, who made her first appearance in a walk-on in "Cyrano de Bergerac" on Broadway in 1923.|
|5||Mother of Vincent Barret Price (b. 1940).|
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