Randy Stuart

Highest Rated: 100% All About Eve (1950)
Birthday: Oct 12, 1924
Birthplace: Not Available
Supporting and occasional leading actress Randy Stuart was a regular on television during the '50s and in feature films of the '40s and '50s, including The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) in which she played the title character's loving wife. Stuart was born in Iola, Kansas, the daughter of parents involved in vaudeville. When she was old enough, Stuart joined them on stage. In 1943, she joined Fox Studios and was relegated to parts in films ranging from Whirlpool, to I Was a Male War Bride (both 1949), to All About Eve (1950), to New Day at Sundown (1957). Some of her notable television roles include that of the "Hubba-Hubba girl" on The Jack Carson Show and as the wife of Alan Hale, Jr. on Biff Baker U.S.A. Between 1952 and 1956, Stuart played Emily Fisher on the drama This Is the Life. She was also a regular on the short-lived The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp (1959-60). On Dragnet, Stuart occasionally played the wife of Harry "Joe Friday" Morgan. Her additional television credits include appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show, Cheyenne and Cavalcade of America.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Man from God's Country Nancy Dawson 1958
91% The Incredible Shrinking Man Louise Carey 1957
No Score Yet Star in the Dust Nan Hogan 1956
No Score Yet Room for One More Mrs. Foreman 1952
No Score Yet I Can Get it For You Wholesale Marge 1951
100% All About Eve Girl 1950
No Score Yet Dancing in the Dark Rosalie Brooks 1949
79% I Was a Male War Bride Mae 1949
91% Whirlpool Miss Landau 1949
No Score Yet Apartment for Peggy Dorothy 1948
100% The Street with No Name Helen 1948
No Score Yet Sitting Pretty Peggy 1948
No Score Yet The Foxes of Harrow Mother of Stephen Fox 1947


No Score Yet Bonanza
  • 1961
No Score Yet Maverick
Mavis Todd
  • 1961


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