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Actress Bibi Osterwald took on a variety of roles in both television and motion pictures throughout her 50-year career. Osterwald attended the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., before starting to be cast in small roles on such television programs as "Captain Billy's Mississippi Music Hall" (1948) and "Front Row Center" (1949). Further television roles followed throughout the 1950s (including "The Art Carney Show") and the 1960s (including "The World of Henry Orient" starring Peter Sellers and "A Fine Madness" starring Sean Connery). But Osterwald did primarily television work throughout the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, including an extended role on "Bridget Loves Bernie" from 1972 through 1973, and brief roles on "All in the Family," "Three's Company," "Mr. Belvedere," and "Home Improvement," among others.

Actress Bibi Osterwald took on a variety of roles in both television and motion pictures throughout her 50-year career. Osterwald attended the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., before starting to be cast in small roles on such television programs as "Captain Billy's Mississippi Music Hall" (1948) and "Front Row Center" (1949). Further television roles followed throughout the 1950s (including "The Art Carney Show") and the 1960s (including "The World of Henry Orient" starring Peter Sellers and "A Fine Madness" starring Sean Connery). But Osterwald did primarily television work throughout the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, including an extended role on "Bridget Loves Bernie" from 1972 through 1973, and brief roles on "All in the Family," "Three's Company," "Mr. Belvedere," and "Home Improvement," among others.

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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

b. February 15, 1894 Cincinnati, OH,
d. April 19 1956 Vista, CA.
Ostrow started his career as a film cutter at Universal Studios, later moving on to become an executive producer at Metro in 1938. There he was involved with the creation of the "Andy Hardy" and "Dr. Kildare" film series. Ostrow died of a heart attack.

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