Annie Ross

Annie Ross

Highest Rated: 100% Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer (2007)

Lowest Rated: 14% A New Kind of Love (1963)

Birthday: Jul 25, 1930

Birthplace: Not Available

The niece of musical comedy star Ella Logan (Finian's Rainbow), British-born Annie Ross was raised in America, where she secured work as a child actress. Ross was the kilted lassie who sings "Loch Lomond" in the 1937 two-reeler Our Gang Follies of 1938; she was also featured in Judy Garland's Presenting Lily Mars (1943). As a teenager, Ross studied drama in Manhattan, returned to a brief singing career in England, then emerged in the 1950s as a popular jazz singer; for many years she was a member of the influential American vocal group Lambert, Hendricks & Ross. She continued to appear in films as a character actress into the 1990s, including an amusing villainess turn in Superman III. As a solo stage performer, Ross was one of the stars of the Broadway musical revue Side by Side by Sondheim.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Count Basie: Through His Own Eyes Self 2020
No Score Yet No One But Me Actor 2012
No Score Yet Baket Case 2 Actor 2011
100% Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer Actor 2007
78% Blue Sky Lydia 1994
95% Short Cuts Tess Trainer 1993
No Score Yet Basket Case 3: The Progeny Granny Ruth 1992
No Score Yet Lady Day: The Many Faces Of Billie Holiday Actor 1990
81% Pump Up the Volume Mrs. Creswood 1990
67% Basket Case 2 Granny Ruth 1990
No Score Yet Witchery Rose Brooks 1988
63% Throw Momma from the Train Mrs. Hazeltine 1987
No Score Yet Trading Hearts Deputy 1987
29% Superman III Vera Webster 1983
No Score Yet Funny Money Diana 1982
57% Yanks Red Cross Lady 1979
No Score Yet Straight On till Morning Liza 1972
No Score Yet Alfie Darling (Oh Alfie) Claire 1966
14% A New Kind of Love Actor 1963
No Score Yet Our Gang Follies Of 1938 "Loch Lomond" Singer 1937


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