Annie Ross

Annie Ross

  • Highest Rated: 100% Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer (2007)
  • Lowest Rated: 0% 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.

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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
98% The Player Herself 1992
No Score Yet Lady Day: The Many Faces Of Billie Holiday Actor 1990
79% Pump Up the Volume Mrs. Creswood 1990
67% Basket Case 2 Granny Ruth 1990
No Score Yet Witchery Rose Brooks 1988
62% Throw Momma from the Train Mrs. Hazeltine 1987
No Score Yet Trading Hearts Deputy 1987
26% Superman III Vera Webster 1983
No Score Yet Funny Money Diana 1982
78% Yanks Red Cross Lady 1979
No Score Yet Straight on Till Morning (Dressed for Death) (The Victim) (Til Dawn Do Us Part) Liza 1972
No Score Yet Alfie Darling (Oh Alfie) Claire 1966
0% A New Kind of Love Actor 1963
No Score Yet Our Gang Follies Of 1938 "Loch Lomond" Singer 1937


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