Martha Stewart (actress)
This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. (February 2016)
Martha Ruth Stewart Haworth
October 7, 1922
Bardwell, Kentucky, U.S.
|Other names||Martha Shelley|
|Occupation||Actress, singer (retired)|
|Home town||Brooklyn, New York, U.S.|
Joe E. Lewis
(m. 1946; div. 1948)
(m. 1949; div. 1952)
(m. 1952; his death 2004)
Martha Stewart (born October 7, 1922) is a retired American singer and film, television and musical theatre actress.
Martha Ruth Stewart Haworth was born in Bardwell, Kentucky and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She was a singer before becoming a film and television actress. She made one appearance on Broadway in a musical, Park Avenue (1946). One of her best-known roles is the murder victim in the 1950 film classic In a Lonely Place. She retired from acting in 1964.
Stewart was married to singer-comedian Joe E. Lewis for two years; the marriage ended in divorce in 1948. She married twice more; secondly to actor-comedian George O'Hanlon from 1948 to 1952, she then married her third and final husband Johnathan Crown in 1952; they remained married until his death in 2004. The couple had three children, one of whom, singer David Shelley, predeceased her.
|1945||Doll Face||Frankie Porter|
|1946||Johnny Comes Flying Home||Ann Cummings|
|1947||I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now||Lulu Madison|
|Daisy Kenyon||Mary Angelus|
|1948||Are You with It?||Bunny La Fleur|
|1950||In a Lonely Place||Mildred Atkinson|
|1952||Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick||Soubrette|
|1964||Surf Party||Pauline Lowell|
- The Alfred Hitchcock Hour - "A Nice Touch" (1963)
- Our Man Higgins - "A Bunch of Forget-Me-Nots" (1963)
- The Red Skelton Show - Episode #4.8 (1954)
- Those Two - Co-Host (1952–1953)
- Cavalcade of Stars - Episode #3.16 (1951)
Martha Stewart and co-stars in Doll Face
Martha Stewart and Perry Como perform "Somebody's Walking in My Dream" in Doll Face.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Martha Stewart.|
|This article about a United States film and television actor or actress born in the 1920s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|