Nina Foch, the Dutch actress best remembered as Milo Roberts, died today in her LA home. She was 84 years old.
Nina Foch was a major leading lady of the 1940s. The tall and blonde Foch usually played cool, aloof, and often foreign, women of sophistication. Yet Foch also proved to versatile in many areas, holding a role as a panelist on several TV quiz shows. She worked as George Stevens' assistant director for The Diary of Anne Frank (1959) and directed several plays. (more...)
The Los Angeles Times has reported that Nina Foch, a veteran actress from Hollywood's film noir era of the 1940s who became a widely respected acting coach and teacher of directors, died Friday at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. She was 84. The cause was complications of long-term myelodysplasia, a blood disorder, according to her son, Dr. Dirk De Brito.