November 3, 1929
|Years active||1949–1964; 2019|
|Spouse(s)||Alan Wells (m.1953–div.1956)|
Claudia Barrett (born Imagene Williams; November 3, 1929) is an American television and film actress.
Barrett was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams. After high school, she studied at Pasadena Community Playhouse for a year and acted at Encino Little Theatre.
Her first movie appearance was in the 1949 classic film noir White Heat starring James Cagney and Virginia Mayo. The next year she had the part of Miss Dolly Travers in MGM's The Happy Years which starred Dean Stockwell, Darryl Hickman and Leo G. Carroll. Other film credits included The Story of Seabiscuit and Chain Lightning, as well as one of the leads of A Life at Stake, a murder drama starring Angela Lansbury.
She appeared in numerous television shows including The Abbott and Costello Show, General Electric Theater, "Peter Gunn"' Cavalcade of America, The Lone Ranger, The Roy Rogers Show, Highway Patrol, Tales of Wells Fargo,Death Valley Days,77 Sunset Strip, Matt Clarke, Railroad Detective, Hopalong Cassidy, The Millionaire, Man with a Camera and The Jack Benny Program.
|The Story of Seabiscuit||Nurse|
|1950||Rustlers on Horseback||Mrs. Jack Reynolds|
|The Happy Years||Dolly Travers|
|The Great Jewel Robber||Marian Blaine|
|The Old Frontier||Betty Ames|
|1951||Night Riders of Montana||Julie Bauer|
|1955||A Life at Stake||Madge Neilan|
|1957||Chain of Evidence||Harriet Owens|
|1961||The Last Time I Saw Archie||Lola|
|You Have to Run Fast||Fran|
|1962||Escape from Zahrain||Nurse|
|2019 The 500 Foot Sister||Rita Loud (voice)||