Joan Evans

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Birthday: Jul 18, 1934
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Actress Joan Evans' father was playwright Dale Eunson, and her mother was screenwriter/novelist Katherine Eunson. A stage performer from childhood, Evans was brought to Hollywood in 1949 with a fanfare of publicity as Sam Goldwyn's exciting new "discovery." She played the title role in Roseanna McCoy, a fanciful interpretation of the Hatfield/McCoy feud, then went on to co-star with Farley Granger in the uncharacteristically glum Goldwyn production Edge of Doom. When audience response to Evans failed to meet expectations, her option was quietly dropped by Goldwyn. Joan Evans spent her next nine years in Hollywood as a free-lancer, occasionally essaying worthwhile parts in such films as the cult-favorite western No Name on the Bullet (1959).



No Score Yet Edge Of Doom Actor 2004
No Score Yet No Name on the Bullet Anne Benson 1959
No Score Yet The Outcast Judy Polsen 1954
No Score Yet Column South Actor 1953
No Score Yet It Grows on Trees Diane Baxter 1952
No Score Yet Skirts Ahoy! Mary Kate Yarbrough 1952
No Score Yet Two Tickets to Broadway Showgirl 1951
No Score Yet On the Loose Jill Bradley 1951
No Score Yet Edge of Doom Rita Conroy 1950
No Score Yet Our Very Own Joan Macaulay 1950
No Score Yet Roseanna McCoy Roseanna McCoy 1949


No Score Yet Zorro
  • 1959
  • 1958


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