Kathleen Maguire

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Kathleen Maguire
Kathleen Maguire East Side West Side 1963.JPG
Maguire in East Side/West Side 1963.
Born (1925-09-27)September 27, 1925
New York City, New York, U.S.
Died August 9, 1989(1989-08-09) (aged 63)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Cause of death cancer of the esophagus
Years active 1949-1986

Kathleen Maguire (September 27, 1925, New York City, New York – August 9, 1989, The Bronx, New York) was an American actress who won an Obie Award in 1958 for her performance in the stage play, The Time of the Cuckoo. She was also known for two roles in two short lived soap operas on television, first as wealthy widow, Kate Austen on A Flame in the Wind; and as extremely conservative doctor's wife, Adrian Sims on the series A World Apart. She later replaced Doris Belack in the role of Anna Wolek Craig in the long-running serial One Life to Live. Among her film credits are the 1957 drama Edge of the City, Flipper (1963), The Borgia Stick (1967), The Concorde ... Airport '79 (1979), Willie & Phil (1980), and the TV movie Bill (1981).

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Maguire died from cancer of the esophagus on August 9, 1989, at Calvary Hospital, The Bronx, New York. She was 63 years old and lived in Manhattan. She left no survivors.

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