The Tragic Real-Life Story Of Ann Blyth – Whatever Happened to Ann Blyth?
Mini bio of the life of Ann Blyth, who is an American actress and singer. For her performance as Veda in the 1945 Michael Curtiz film Mildred Pierce, Blyth was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She is one of the last surviving stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood. Blyth was born August 16, 1927, in Mount Kisco, New York, to Harry and Nan Lynch Blyth. After her parents separated, she, her mother and sister moved to a walk-up apartment on East 31st Street in New York City, where her mother took in ironing. Blyth attended St. Patrick’s School in Manhattan. Blyth performed on children’s radio shows in New York for six years, making her first appearance when she was five. When she was nine, she joined the New York Children’s Opera Company.
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