Carmen Mathews

Highest Rated: 88% Sounder (1972)
Lowest Rated: 43% Daniel (1983)
Birthday: May 8, 1914
Birthplace: Not Available
Actress Carmen Mathews's long career encompassed stage, screen and television. Unlike many performers of her era who began their careers when they were quite young, Mathews did not take her first acting bows on stage until 1943 when she was in her early '30s. Prior to her American stage debut, Mathews had attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and had honed her skills in Shakespearean plays. Her more famous Broadway efforts include A Holiday for Lovers, Dear World and David Copperfield. Mathews made her film debut with an uncredited role in The Butterfield 8 (1960). Her television appearances include M*A*S*H (1972) and in the television movies The Last Best Years of My Life. When not working, Mathews ran a residential summer camp for underprivileged kids. She started the camp on her 100-acre West Redding, CT farm in 1975. A decade later, she set up an education center there. Just prior to her death in 1995, Mathews donated a significant amount of her land to the Redding Land Trust to insure that it will remain undeveloped. She was named one of Connecticut's Outstanding Women of 1987 by the United Nations.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Last Best Year Aunt Elizabeth 1990
43% Daniel Fanny Ascher 1983
No Score Yet Gauguin the Savage Actor 1980
No Score Yet Charlie Cobb: Nice Night for a Hanging Miss Cumberland 1977
88% Sounder Mrs. Boatwright 1972
No Score Yet They Call It Murder Doris Kane 1971
No Score Yet Rabbit, Run Mrs. Springer 1970
No Score Yet A Rage to Live Emily 1965
47% Butterfield 8 Mrs. Jescott 1960


No Score Yet M*A*S*H
Col. Lillian Rayburn
  • 1978
No Score Yet The Fugitive
  • 1964
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Thelma Malley Miss Hall Johanna Enright Katherine Oldham Celia Lizzie Borden
  • 1962
  • 1959
  • 1958
  • 1956
80% The Twilight Zone
  • 1961
  • 1960


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