Barbara Bates

Highest Rated: 100% All About Eve (1950)
Lowest Rated: 80% The Caddy (1953)
Birthday: Aug 6, 1925
Birthplace: Not Available
A former Conover model and ballet dancer, Barbara Bates made her film bow as one of Yvonne DeCarlo's handmaidens in 1945's Salome Where She Danced. She spent several years as a stock ingenue at 20th Century-Fox; her best-known role was as the slyly manipulative fan of stage actress Anne Baxter in the closing scene of All About Eve (1950). She also played Ernestine Gilbreath in the popular Fox-family comedy Cheaper by the Dozen (1950), and its sequel, Belles on Their Toes (1952). In 1954, Barbara was a regular on the TV sitcom It's a Great Life. Long absent from the screen due to poor health and dispirited by the 1967 death of her husband of 20 years, Barbara Bates committed suicide at the age of 43.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Cheaper by the Dozen Ernestine 2003
No Score Yet Mickey Rooney on Acting Actor 1991
No Score Yet Apache Territory Jennifer Fair 1958
No Score Yet Town on Trial Elizabeth Fenner 1957
No Score Yet Triple Deception Judy 1956
No Score Yet Rhapsody Effie Cahill 1954
80% The Caddy Lisa Anthony 1953
No Score Yet Outcasts Of Poker Flats Piney 1952
No Score Yet Belles on Their Toes Ernestine 1952
No Score Yet Let's Make It Legal Barbara Denham 1951
No Score Yet The Secret of Convict Lake Barbara Purcell 1951
No Score Yet I'd Climb the Highest Mountain Jenny Brock 1951
100% All About Eve Phoebe 1950
No Score Yet Quicksand (1950) Helen Calder 1950
89% The Inspector General Leza 1949
No Score Yet June Bride Jeanne Brinker 1948
89% Johnny Belinda Gracie Anderson 1948
80% Romance on the High Seas Stewardess 1948
No Score Yet The Fabulous Joe Actor 1947
No Score Yet Lady on a Train Hatcheck Girl 1945
No Score Yet Salome, Where She Danced Salome Girl 1945
No Score Yet India of K-Town Actor

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Fashion Star
2012-2013
Reality cast member
  • 2012
No Score Yet The Saint
1962-1969
Helen

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