Kim Stanley

Kim Stanley

Highest Rated: 96% The Right Stuff (1983)

Lowest Rated: 66% Frances (1982)

Birthday: Feb 11, 1925

Birthplace: Tularosa, New Mexico, USA

This imposing, emotional stage actress also made an occasional inroad into film and TV since the 1950s. After studying at the Pasadena Community Playhouse and New York's Actors Studio, Stanley appeared in a number of shows before making her Broadway debut replacing Julie Harris in "Monserrat" (1949). Her first major success came as the lovesick tomboy sister in William Inge's "Picnic" (1953), which led to further theatrical successes as nightclub "chantoosie" Cherie in Inge's "Bus Stop" (1955), the rebellious daughter in Eugene O'Neill's "A Touch of the Poet" (1958), one of Freud's patients in "A Far Country" (1961) and Masha in a 1964 revival of "Three Sisters," which was also filmed.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
96% 90% The Right Stuff Pancho Barnes (Character) - 1983
66% 77% Frances Lillian Farmer (Character) - 1982
No Score Yet No Score Yet U.M.C. Joanna Hanson (Character) - 1969
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Three Sisters Masha (Character) - 1965
76% 83% Seance on a Wet Afternoon Myra Savage (Character) - 1964
No Score Yet 60% The Goddess Emily Ann Faulkner (Character) - 1958

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Trapper John, M.D. Unknown (Guest Star) 1983
No Score Yet 100% Night Gallery Unknown (Character) 1971
No Score Yet No Score Yet Name of the Game Unknown (Guest Star) 1971
No Score Yet No Score Yet Ben Casey Faith Parsons (Guest Star) 1963
No Score Yet No Score Yet Studio One Unknown (Character) 1957

QUOTES FROM Kim Stanley CHARACTERS

Narrator says: Atticus' would be there in Jem's room all night. And he'd be there when Jem waked up in the mornin'.

Narrator says: Neighbors bring food with death, and flowers with sickness, and little things in between. Boo was our neighbor. He gave us two soap dolls, a broken watch and chain, a knife, and our lives.