Judith Anderson
Biographical Information
Born February 10th, 1897
Adelaide, Australia
Died January 3rd, 1992
Santa Barbara, California, United States
Productions Forty Little Mothers as Madame Granville
Vocal Type Contralto

Judith Anderson was an Australian actress.


Born Frances Anderson in Adelaide, Australia, she began acting in Australia (debuting in A Royal Divorce) before moving to New York and appearing with a number of stock companies before establishing herself as a major Broadway tragedienne, appearing in As You Desire Me, Medea (for which she won a Tony Award), Mourning Becomes Electra and Hamlet, in which she played Gertrude.

Anderson appeared in a number of screen roles, notably an Academy Award nomination for her part as Mrs Danvers in Rebecca, as well as Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.

Anderson passed away in 1992.


Anderson only performed in one film, Forty Little Mothers, singing "Little Curly Hair in a High Chair" with a number of other characters.


Forty Little Mothers (1940)Edit

  • Little Curly Hair in a High Chair (reprise)

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