Ann Carter

Highest Rated: 95% I Married a Witch (1942)
Birthday: Feb 20, 1910
Birthplace: Not Available
Ann Carter was a child actress and young ingénue of the 1940s, who first came to the attention of producers and the movie press because of her startling resemblance to Veronica Lake. After making her debut in an uncredited role in The Last of the Duanes (1941), she played a small role in Commandos Strike at Dawn the same year, and then portrayed the daughter of Lake's character in I Married a Witch (1942). Her biggest and best role, however, was in the Val Lewton-produced Curse of the Cat People (1944), in which she played the sweet, impressionable daughter of Kent Smith and Jane Randolph (whose characters had previously appeared in Lewton's Cat People), who is beset by images of ghosts and the machinations of a disturbed adult (Elizabeth Russell) in a huge, dark, old neighboring house. Carter played the young Texas Guinan (portrayed by Betty Hutton as an adult) in Incendiary Blonde, but all of her scenes were deleted. She was in a few more notable films, including The Two Mrs. Carrolls, for which she won an award for her portrayal of the preteen daughter, and The Boy With Green Hair, but somehow didn't manage to regularly get roles that were as good as her talent. She portrayed a large supporting role in Blondie Hits the Jackpot (1949), a very late entry in Columbia Pictures' "Blondie" series, at age 13. Carter contracted polio in 1948 and spent years recovering; she wasn't seen again until her appearance in Fred Zinnemann's superb Member of the Wedding (1952), which was her last acting role. She died in 2014 at age 77.

Highest Rated Movies



91% The Member of the Wedding Doris 1952
No Score Yet Blondie Hits the Jackpot Louise Hutchins 1949
50% A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court Peasant girl 1949
No Score Yet Ruthless Martha as a Child 1948
No Score Yet Song of Love Marie 1947
No Score Yet The Two Mrs. Carrolls Beatrice Carroll 1947
No Score Yet The Fabulous Dorseys Young Jane 1947
90% The Curse of the Cat People Amy Reed 1945
No Score Yet And Now Tomorrow Emily, age 7 1944
No Score Yet The North Star (Armored Attack) Olga 1943
No Score Yet Commandos Strike at Dawn Solveig Toresen 1942
95% I Married a Witch Jennifer Jr., the Daughter 1942


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