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Name: Anne Baxter
Date of birth: May 7, 1923 (Taurus), Michigan City (Indiana – USA)
Date of death: December 12, 1985 (62 years), New York City (New York – USA)
Born in Indiana in 1923, Anne Baxter, grandson of the great architect Frank Lloyd Wright, is precocious actress. At age eleven, she takes acting lessons from Maria Ouspenskaja and two years later made his debut on stage on Broadway. In 1940, just seventeen, he took part in his first film, Blood Oath of Richard Thorpe. Despite the impeccable and the significant presence, more fascinating drama that handsome, Baxter will not succeed in establishing itself among the big stars, covering mostly supporting roles. This will not prevent it being directed by the greatest directors of the forties and fifties: by Welles Wilder, from Hitchcock to De Mille. Having played the role of Lucy in the pride of Amberson O. Welles (1942), he won his first Oscar for Supporting Actress for The Razor’s Edge, by E. Goulding (1946). In All About Eve JL Mankiewicz (1950) he demonstrates his versatility playing the young attacking calculator Bette Davis: his skill in expressing the ambition and cynicism in an apparent naivete earned her another Oscar nomination . In 1953 he starred in Hitchcock’s I Confess, while in 1956 the cast of The Ten Commandments of Č.B. De Mille. As of the end of the fifties his career will gradually declining, up to a prolonged retreat from 1961, when he decided to go and live with her husband in Australia uninhabited wasteland, experience which will draw for his book Intermission a True Story (1976), welcomed by the public. Anne Baxter is back on the set, but mainly on the stage, in the early seventies, playing in a musical comedy comes from Eve, the role that twenty years earlier had been Bette Davis.