Anne Baxter
Biographical Information
Born May 7th, 1923
Michigan City, Indiana, United States
Died December 12th, 1985
Guilford, New York, United States
Productions The Magnificent Ambersons as Lucy Morgan
You're My Everything as Hannah Adams
The Name of the Game as Louise Harris
Applause as Margo Channing
Vocal Type Mezzo-soprano

Anne Baxter was an American actress.


Born in Michigan City, Indiana, Baxter became an actress from a young age, initially appearing on stage before moving into motion pictures. She gained an Academy Award in 1946 for her role in The Razor's Edge, and achieved acclaim for her titular role in All About Eve.

Though she later appeared in several other hits, including The Ten Commandments, Baxter mostly moved out into television, appearing in the 1960s Batman series and The Mike Douglas Show.

She passed away in 1985.


Baxter sang a number of times in her career in a number of mediums, beginning with joining her onscreen family in The Magnificent Ambersons in singing "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo", before singing a solo in You're My Everything.

In 1970, Baxter appeared on the show The Name of the Game, as well as playing Margo Channing in Applause, the musical adaptation of her great success All About Eve.


The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)Edit

  • The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo (solo)

You're My Everything (1949)Edit

  • You Oughta Be in Pictures (solo)


The Name of the Game (1970)Edit

  • Sister Faith's Song (solo)


Applause (1971)Edit

  • But Alive (solo)
  • Who's That Girl? (solo)
  • Hurry Back (solo)
  • Fasten Your Seat Belts (solo)
  • Welcome to the Theatre (solo)
  • Something Greater (solo)
  • Finale

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