Film Noir Star Audrey Totter Passes Away at 95

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The Los Angeles Times writes that film star Audrey Totter passed away on Thursday, December 12, 2013, after suffering a stroke and congestive heart failure. She was 95.

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Well known for her "bad girl" roles in film noir projects with MGM from 1944 to the early 1950s, Totter appeared in movies such as The Postman Always Rings Twice with John Garfield, Lady in the Lake with Robert Montgomery and Jayne Meadows, The Unsuspected, High Wall with Robert Taylor, The Saxon Charm, Alias Nick Beal, The Set-Up, Any Number Can Play with Clark Gable, Tension and The Virginian.

Totter took a break from acting to start a family in 1952 but returned to the profession following the birth of her daughter.

She appeared on the TV series "Our Man Higgins", "Dr. Kildare", "Medical Center", "Perry Mason", "Hawaii Five-O", "Murder, She Wrote" and more.




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