Angela Clarke

Angela Clarke

Angela Clarke
Angela Clarke

Wikipedia entry:

 (born August 14, 1909 – December 16, 2010) was an American stage, television and film actress.   Clarke appeared in over thirty films throughout her forty-year career, usually in bit parts or in background roles, uncredited. Films in which she made a large impression included The Seven Little Foys, where she played a large supporting role as Bob Hope‘s disapproving sister-in-law, House of Wax,[1] A Double Life,[2] The Gunfighter[3] and The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima.   Angela Clarke, despite entering the film business in her early forties (in 1949’s The Undercover Man), cornered the market for grey-haired, matriarchal motherly-types (such as her role as Mama Caruso in The Great Caruso).[5] Clarke died, aged 101, in Moorpark, California.

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