Mary Stuart Masterson
Actress Mary Stuart Masterson, born on June 28, 1966, stars in movies such as Fried Green Tomatoes, Some Kind of Wonderful and Bad Girls. Her first movie appearance was in the original 1975 movie The Stepford Wives. More recently, she appeared on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Dr. Rebecca Hendrix.
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Notable films that star Elizabeth Montgomery are:. Unwilling to die in hospital and with no hope of recovery, she elected to return to the Beverly Hills home she shared with Foxworth, and died there with him and her children by her side. At the time of her death, the media widely reported that she had ignored the symptoms of her illness until it was too late, as she was caring for Foxworth who had hip replacement surgery. Montgomery died in 1995, eight weeks after being diagnosed with colorectal cancer, and was cremated.
She also had an older sister, Martha Bryan Montgomery, who died before Elizabeth was born, and a brother, Robert Montgomery Jr., who was born in 1936. With William Asher, she had three children. She married Foxworth in 1993. She was married to actor Gig Young from 1956 to 1963, "Bewitched" producer William Asher from 1963 to 1973 and lived with actor Robert Foxworth for 20 years until her death.
She also made a chilling villain in the 1985 picture Amos playing a nurse in a state home who terrorised residents Kirk Douglas and Dorothy McGuire. She received Emmy Award nominations for playing a rape victim in A Case Of Rape, for her portrayal of notorious Lizzie Borden in The Legend Of Lizzie Borden and for the 1978 mini-series The Awakening Land. She spent the remainder of her career pursuing dramatic roles that took her as far away from the good-natured Samantha typecasting as possible. Montgomery refused to do Samantha's famous nose twitch for fans after "Bewitched" went off the air and was reluctant to discuss this role.
Montgomery made her TV debut in her father's series Robert Montgomery Presents and her film debut in 1955 in "The Court Martial Of Billy Mitchell" and languished in supporting roles and appearances in TV series for the early part of her career. Montgomery received 5 Emmy Award and 4 Golden Globe nominations for her role as Samantha. This show was a huge success during its 8 year run from 1964 to 1972 and remains popular through syndication. She is best remembered for her leading role as the witch Samantha in the ABC sitcom Bewitched.
She was the daughter of actors Robert Montgomery and Elizabeth Allen. Elizabeth Victoria Montgomery (15 April 1933 - 18 May 1995) was an American movie and television actress. Coverup: Behind the Iran Contra Affair (1988) (voice). The Panama Deception (1992).
Face to Face (1990). Amos (1985). The Rules of Marriage (1982). When the Circus Came to Town (1981).
Belle Starr (1980). Act of Violence (1979). The Legend of Lizzie Borden (1975). A Case of Rape (1974).
Sundance (1974). Mrs. The Victim (1972). Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963).
Johnny Cool (1963). The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell (1955).