Ruth Warrick

Highest Rated: 100% Daisy Kenyon (1947)
Lowest Rated: 50% Song of the South (1946)
Birthday: Jun 29, 1915
Birthplace: Not Available
A 1941 RKO radio press book claimed that actress Ruth Warrick first came to New York as the winner of something called the "Miss Jubelesta" contest, carrying a live turkey into Mayor LaGuardia's office. It's a safe bet Warrick, a former radio singer and model, would rather be remembered for her first Hollywood accomplishment, which was certainly no turkey: the role of Emily Monroe Norton, Mrs. Kane number one, in Orson Welles' Citizen Kane (1941). Much too reserved and aristocratic for standard leading lady roles, Warrick was seen to better advantage in character parts. Since 1970, Ruth Warrick has starred as a snooty, status-conscious doctor's wife on the ABC daytime drama All My Children; Warrick alluded to this long-running character in the title of her 1980 autobiography, The Confessions of Phoebe Tyler.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Deathmask Beatrice VandenBerg 1985
No Score Yet Ride Beyond Vengeance Aunt Gussie 1966
No Score Yet Three Husbands Jane Evans 1951
No Score Yet Let's Dance Carola Everett 1950
No Score Yet Second Chance Emily Dean 1950
No Score Yet One Too Many Helen Mason 1950
No Score Yet The Great Dan Patch Ruth Treadwell 1949
No Score Yet Arch of Triumph Kate Hergstroem 1948
100% Daisy Kenyon Lucille O'Mara 1947
No Score Yet Driftwood Susan Moore 1947
50% Song of the South Sally 1946
No Score Yet Guest in the House Ann Proctor 1944
No Score Yet Mr. Winkle Goes to War Amy Winkle 1944
No Score Yet The Iron Major Florence Ayres Cavanaugh 1943
75% Journey Into Fear Stephanie Graham 1943
No Score Yet Forever and a Day Leslie 1943
No Score Yet The Corsican Brothers Countess Isabelle Gravini 1941
100% Citizen Kane Emily Norton Kane 1941

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet American Experience
1988
Appearing
  • 1996
No Score Yet Gunsmoke
1955-1975
Clara
  • 1965
No Score Yet All My Children
1970-2013
Phoebe English Tyler Wallingford

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