Leslie Parrish

Highest Rated:
98% The Manchurian Candidate (1962)
Lowest Rated:
20% The Opposite Sex (1956)
Birthday:
Mar 13
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Peaches-and-cream blonde actress Leslie Parrish entered films in 1955, appearing under her own name, Marjorie Hellen, until 1959. Leslie's two best film roles relied on equal parts acting ability and dazzling beauty: hillbilly heroine Daisy Mae in Li'l Abner (1959), and unwitting political pawn…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Invisible Strangler
  • Actor
-- 1984
Invisible Strangler
  • Coleen Hudson
-- 1981
Crash!
  • Kathy
-- 1977
Giant Spider Invasion
  • Ev Kester
-- 1975
The Devil's 8
  • Actor
-- 1969
Three on a Couch
  • Mary Lou Mauve
-- 1966
60% Sex and the Single Girl
  • Susan
-- 1964
98% The Manchurian Candidate
  • Jocie Jordon
-- 1962
Li'l Abner
  • Daisy Mae
-- 1959
Missile to the Moon
  • Zeema
-- 1959
The Lieutenant Wore Skirts
  • Bit Girl
-- 1956
20% The Opposite Sex
  • Actor
-- 1956
Daddy Long Legs
  • Actor
-- 1955
A Man Called Peter
  • Actor
-- 1955
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing
  • Actor
-- 1955
How To Be Very, Very Popular
  • Girl on Bus
-- 1955
The Virgin Queen
  • Anne
-- 1955

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Quotes from Leslie Parrish's Characters

    1. Dr. Helen Brown: Mrs. Broderick, does he come home to you every night?
    2. Susan: Well, I really don't know.
    3. Dr. Helen Brown: You don't?
    4. Susan: No because, um - well I don't always come home every night.
    From Sex and the Single Girl. Submitted by Christopher B (11 months ago)
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