from the trailer for the film The Gay Sisters (1942).
December 30, 1912|
Everett, Washington, U.S.
|Died||January 18, 2000
Brockport, New York, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Whitney Bolton (1943–1969) (his death)|
|Children||Charla Elizabeth (b. 1944)
Grania Theresa (b. 1944)
Nancy Coleman (December 30, 1912 – January 18, 2000) was an American film, television and radio actress. After working on radio and appearing on the Broadway stage, Nancy Coleman was brought to Hollywood to work for Warner Bros. studios. She attended the University of Washington where she was a member of the Alpha Lambda chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta.
Memorable roles include playing the mistress to a Nazi (played by Helmut Dantine) in Edge of Darkness and co-starring with Paul Henreid in In Our Time. In the 1950s, Coleman began making guest appearances on television.
- Kings Row (1942)
- Dangerously They Live (1942)
- The Gay Sisters (1942)
- Desperate Journey (1942)
- Edge of Darkness (1943)
- In Our Time (1944)
- Devotion (1946) - as Anne Brontë
- Her Sister's Secret (1946)
- Mourning Becomes Electra (1947)
- That Man from Tangier (1953)
- Slaves (1969)
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