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Fay Baker

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Fay Baker (January 31, 1917 — December 8, 1987) was an American actress on the stage, film and TV in supporting roles, and a successful author under the pen name Beth Holmes. Her novel, The Whipping Boy, made the Los Angeles Times bestseller list in 1978. Baker also published, under her own name, an account of her experiences battling breast cancer, entitled My Darling, Darling Doctors. Description above from the Wikipedia article Fay Baker, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Jan 31, 1917 In New York City, New York, U.S.
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Notorious 1946-08-21
Latest Project:
Movie The Slender Thread 1965-12-15
Known For
Poster of The Slender Thread
Poster of Deadline - U.S.A.
Poster of Double Deal
Poster of No Minor Vices
Movie The Slender Thread Telephone Supervisor (uncredited) 1965-12-15
Movie She Devil Evelyn Kendall 1957-04-01
Movie Sorority Girl Mrs. Tanner 1957-10-01
Movie Don't Knock The Rock Arlene MacLaine 1956-12-14
Movie Invaders from Mars Mrs. Wilson 1953-04-22
Movie Deadline - U.S.A. Alice Garrison Courtney 1952-03-14
Movie The Star Faith 1952-12-11
Movie The House on Telegraph Hill Margaret 1951-05-12
Movie The Company She Keeps Tilly Thompson 1951-01-27
Movie Reunion in Reno Miss Pearson 1951-10-09
Movie Chain Lightning Mrs. Willis 1950-02-18
Movie Father of the Bride Miss Bellamy (uncredited) 1950-05-18
Movie Double Deal Lilly Sebastian 1950-12-01
Movie Manhattan Angel Vi Langdon 1949-03-17
Movie Black Midnight Martha Baxter 1949-10-01
Movie Tell It to the Judge Valerie Hobson 1949-11-18
Movie Trapped by Boston Blackie Margie O'Reilly, alias Sandra Doray 1948-05-13
Movie The Gentleman from Nowhere Catherine Ashton 1948-09-09
Movie No Minor Vices Mrs. Felton 1948-11-12
Movie Notorious Ethel 1946-08-21