Agnes Moorehead

From The TV IV
Jump to: navigation, search
Agnes Moorehead
Birth name Agnes Robertson Moorehead
Born December 6, 1900 in Clinton, Massachusetts, USA
Died April 30, 1974 in Rochester, Minnesota, USA from uterine cancer
Notable Roles Endora in Bewitched
Notable Episodes
Awards star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Movie Projector Icon.gif This article about an actor or actress needs to be expanded with more information.
Please help out by editing it.

Contents

Biography

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Bewitched Endora 1964–1972 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Wagon Train Mary Halstead 1x10 - The Mary Halstead Story November 20, 1957
General Electric Theater Ana Konrad Bethlen 7x22 - Deed of Mercy March 1, 1959
Adventures in Paradise Jikiri 2x05 - The Krismen October 31, 1960
Rawhide Sister Frances 3x08 - Incident at Poco Tiempo December 9, 1960
The Rifleman Bertie Olcum 3x14 - Miss Bertie December 27, 1960
Channing Professor Amelia Webster 1x21 - Freedom Is a Lovesome Thing God Wot March 4, 1964
The Wild Wild West Emma Valentine 2x20 - The Night of the Vicious Valentine February 10, 1967
Lancer Mrs. Normille 2x09 - A Person Unknown November 25, 1969
Barefoot in the Park Mrs. Wilson 1x01 - Pilot September 24, 1970
The Virginian Emma Garvey 9x06 - Gun Quest October 21, 1970
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Guest Performer 5x11 - Show 103 November 29, 1971
Marcus Welby, M.D. Mrs. Ramsey 4x06 - He Could Sell Iceboxes to Eskimos October 17, 1972

Specials and Made-for-TV Movies

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Series Episode Airdate
The Hollywood Squares (1966) October 17-21, 1966
The Hollywood Squares (1966) October 31-November 4, 1966
The Hollywood Squares (1966) November 21-25, 1966
The Hollywood Squares (1966) November 6-10, 1967
The Hollywood Squares (1966) October 21-25, 1968

Memorable Moments

Awards and Accolades

Golden Globe Awards

  • Won: Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture (1945)
Mrs. Parkington
  • Won: Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture (1965)
Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte

Primetime Emmy Awards

(1 Win in 7 Nominations)

  • Won: Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Drama (1967)
The Wild Wild West: The Night of the Vicious Valentine

Trivia