Phyllis Thaxter

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Phyllis Thaxter
Birth name Phyllis St. Felix Thaxter
Born November 20, 1919 in Portland, Maine, USA
Died August 14, 2012 in Longwood, Florida, USA from Alzheimer's disease
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
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Contents

Biography

Roles

Starring Roles

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
General Electric Theater Marie 3x03 - Nora #1 September 26, 1954
Alfred Hitchcock Presents Mary Summers 2x02 - Fog Closing In October 7, 1956
Alfred Hitchcock Presents Annette Borden 2x20 - Malice Domestic February 10, 1957
Alfred Hitchcock Presents Lucy Pryor 4x09 - Murder Me Twice December 7, 1958
Wagon Train Vivian Carter 2x23 - The Vivian Carter Story March 11, 1959
General Electric Theater Emily Skinner 8x13 - The House of Truth December 13, 1959
Wagon Train Christine Elliott 3x24 - The Christine Elliott Story March 23, 1960
Outlaws (1960) Mae Roberts 1x10 - The Quiet Killer December 29, 1960
Thriller (1960) Urusula Sommerville 2x07 - The Last of the Sommervilles November 6, 1961
Rawhide Pauline Cushman 4x10 - The Blue Spy December 8, 1961
The Twilight Zone Virginia 3x34 - Young Man's Fancy May 11, 1962
The Fugitive Enid Langner 2x12 - Detour on a Road Going Nowhere December 8, 1964
The F.B.I. Vivian Caldwell 2x20 - The Conspirators February 5, 1967
The F.B.I. Rosemary Ramsey 3x04 - Traitor October 15, 1967
Lancer Marcy Dane 1x07 - The Prodigal November 12, 1968
Bonanza Ruth Manning 10x20 - The Clarion February 9, 1969
The F.B.I. Valerie Hendricks 6x20 - The Replacement February 7, 1971
Cannon Rita McBain 2x06 - The Predators October 18, 1972
Barnaby Jones Aunt Meg Catlin 3x15 - Murder Once Removed January 21, 1975
Murder, She Wrote Emily Weymouth 9x02 - Family Secrets September 27, 1992

Specials and Made-for-TV Movies

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Memorable Moments

Awards and Accolades

Trivia