Marion Brash

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Marion Brash (January 12, 1923 - July 19, 2010) was an American actress known for work in television and cinema. Born in England, she arrived in the United States in 1946. She made her first appearance on television in 1948 on Studio One. In 1953, she appeared in an episode of Man Against Crime, an early television series starring Ralph Bellamy. She portrayed a glamorous prostitute in the 20th episode of Gunsmoke in 1956. On soap operas, Brash played Eunice Gardner Wyatt on Search for Tomorrow from 1957–1961 and multiple characters on The Edge of Night. Subsequently, she has appeared in many television series, including Hogan's Heroes and Ironside. She also had roles in films, including The Group and Slaughter with Jim Brown and Rip Torn.[1] At her death from a stroke at age 87 in Lakeland, Pennsylvania, she had six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, according to her obituary in the Ledger.com.[2]

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