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Ann Sothern

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Ann Sothern
Birth name Harriette Arlene Lake
Born January 22, 1909 in Valley City, North Dakota, USA
Died March 15, 2001 in Ketchum, Idaho, USA from heart failure
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards 2 stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Private Secretary Susie McNamara 1953–1957 1 2 3 4 5
The Ann Sothern Show Katy O'Conner 1958–1961 1 2 3
My Mother the Car Gladys Crabtree (voice) 1965–1966 1

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
The Jack Benny Program Herself 3x05 - 60 Piece Orchestra Skit January 25, 1953
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour Helen Cox 3x03 - Water's Edge October 19, 1964
The Lucy Show Rosie Harrigan 3x19 - Lucy and the Countess February 1, 1965
The Lucy Show Rosie Harrigan 3x20 - My Fair Lucy February 8, 1965
The Lucy Show Rosie Harrigan 3x21 - Lucy and the Countess Lose Weight February 15, 1965
The Lucy Show Rosie Harrigan 3x22 - Lucy and the Old Mansion March 1, 1965
The Lucy Show Rosie Harrigan 4x06 - Lucy and the Countess Have a Horse Guest October 25, 1965
The Lucy Show Rosie Harrigan 4x08 - Lucy Helps the Countess November 8, 1965
The Lucy Show Rosie Harrigan 4x10 - Lucy, the Undercover Agent November 22, 1965
The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. Mother Magda 1x21 - The Carpathian Killer Affair February 14, 1967
Family Affair Florence Cahill 2x17 - A Man's Place January 8, 1968
The Virginian Della Spencer 9x17 - The Legacy of Spencer Flats January 27, 1971
Alias Smith and Jones Blackjack Jenny 2x13 - Everything Else You Can Steal December 16, 1971

Awards and Accolades

Primetime Emmy Awards

(5 Nominations)