Anne Revere

Anne Revere

Anne Revere (June 25, 1903 - December 18, 1990) was an American stage, film, and television actress, who made her Broadway debut in 1931, in "The Great Barrington." Three years later, she went to Hollywood to reprise her stage role in the film adaptation of "Double Door," and later returned to Broadway to create the role of Martha Dobie in the original 1934 production of , "The Children's Hour."

About Anne Revere

Anne Revere (June 25, 1903 - December 18, 1990) was an American stage, film, and television actress. Born in New York City, Revere was a direct descendant of American Revolution hero Paul Revere. Her father, Clinton, was a stockbroker, and she was raised on the Upper West Side and in Westfield, New Jersey. In 1926, she graduated from Wellesley College, then enrolled at the American Laboratory School to study acting with Maria Ouspenskaya and Richard Boleslavsky. Revere made her Broadway debut in 1931 in The Great Barrington. Three years later, she went to Hollywood to reprise her stage role in the film adaptation of Double Door.

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