Anne Baxter Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Anne Baxter Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Actress Anne Baxter including her Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Anne Baxter
Real Name Anne Baxter
Profession Theater Personalities, Actresses
Famous as Actress
Nationality American
Personal life of Anne Baxter
Born on 07 May 1923
Birthday 7th May
Died At Age 62
Sun Sign Taurus
Born in Michigan City
Died on 12 December 1985
Place of death New York City
Family Background of Anne Baxter
Father Kenneth Stuart Baxter
Mother Catherine Baxter
Spouses/Partners David Klee (m. 1977-977), Randolph Galt (m. 1960-1969), John Hodiak (m. 1946-1953)
Children Katrina Hodiak, Maginal Galt, Melissa Galt
Awards 1945 – Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress

1945 – Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress

Personal Fact of Anne Baxter

Anne Baxter was an American actress whose acting career spanned almost five decades in which she acted on the stage, the big screen and television. Instead of forcing her for higher studies, Anne’s family allowed her to pursue her passion for acting. She was under contract with 20th Century Fox for the longest time of her acting career but was never given importance by the company as there were other great actresses in the studio payroll like Linda Darnell, Gene Tierney and Jeanne Crain. Even though she was an exceptional actress she was used by Fox in the game of give-and-take with other studios.

Her versatility allowed her to handle different kinds of roles very easily under different kinds of circumstances which made it easier for Fox to loan her to other studios like Paramount, Universal and others to make successful films. Even though she was acclaimed to be one of the acting greats, her stint with 20th Century Fox was sometimes not very happy. Her whole acting career went through many downward slides but she was fortunate enough to come out with flying colors at the end.