Lizabeth Scott

Lizabeth Scott

Highest Rated: 100% The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946)

Lowest Rated: 40% Easy Living (1949)

Birthday: Sep 29, 1922

Birthplace: Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA

Born into the Czech ghetto in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Lizabeth Scott attended the Alvienne School of Drama in New York and began her career in stock. Scott's first break came when she was cast as Tallulah Bankhead's understudy in Broadway's The Skin of Our Teeth (1942); meanwhile, she also worked as a fashion model. Starmaker Hal Wallis spotted her, and she did well in a screen test, leading to her film debut in 1945. She went on to play alluring leads in a number of films throughout the next decade, hyped by her studio as another Lauren Bacall or Veronica Lake. There was speculation that Scott would marry Wallis, but this never occurred, and he dropped her option in 1957, effectively ending her movie career. In 1955 she sued Confidential magazine over its allegations concerning her sexual preferences. She appeared in her last film, Pulp (1972), with Michael Caine. Scott died in 2015, at age 92.


Highest Rated Movies



78% Pulp Princess Betty Cippola 1972
No Score Yet Loving You Glenda 1957
No Score Yet Silver Lode Rose Evans 1954
No Score Yet Bad for Each Other Helen Curtis 1953
71% Scared Stiff Mary Carroll 1953
No Score Yet Stolen Face Alice Brent/Lilly 1952
43% The Racket Irene Hayes 1951
No Score Yet Red Mountain Chris 1951
No Score Yet Dark City Fran Garland 1950
No Score Yet The Company She Keeps Joan Wilburn 1950
No Score Yet Too Late for Tears Jane Palmer 1949
40% Easy Living Liza Wilson 1949
No Score Yet I Walk Alone Kay Lawrence 1948
No Score Yet Pitfall Mona Stevens 1948
No Score Yet Variety Girl Herself 1947
57% Desert Fury (Desert Town) Paula Haller 1947
67% Dead Reckoning 'Dusty' Chandler 1947
100% The Strange Love of Martha Ivers Antonia 'Toni' Marachek 1946


Sam Masterson says: Better get out of those wet clothes.

Toni Marachek says: I was so lonesome tonight, I was about to died.

Sam Masterson says: LIke I said, we leave tomorrow.

Sam Masterson says: You don't have to tell me who you are, I can tell by the smell.

Sam Masterson says: You scared little boy. You're just about to do your old pal a great big favor.