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Mary Stuart was widely known for her acting on the big screen. She appeared in bit roles in more than 20 films. In 1982, she wrote the teleplay for "When Angels Fly," produced for Canadian TV. She raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She spent three weeks working as a cub reporter at the Tulsa Tribune. Stuart's career in acting began with her roles in various films like the Esther Williams musical "This Time For Keeps" (1947), "Triple Threat" (1948) with Richard Crane and the drama "Embraceable You" (1948) with Dane Clark. She also appeared in "Henry, the Rainmaker" (1949), the drama "Leave It to Henry" (1949) with Raymond Walburn and the Raymond Walburn comedy "Father Makes Good" (1950). Stuart was nominated for an Outstanding Continued Performance By an Actress In a Primetime Emmy Award for "Search For Tomorrow" in 1962 as well as for an Outstanding Actress In a Daytime Drama Series Daytime Emmy Award for "Search For Tomorrow" in 1973. Her passion for acting continued to her roles in projects like "Memories Within Miss Aggie" (1973), "The Passions of Carol" (1974) and "Wet Rainbow" (1974). She also appeared in "Lickity Split" (1974). Additionally, she could be seen on a variety of television...

Mary Stuart was widely known for her acting on the big screen. She appeared in bit roles in more than 20 films. In 1982, she wrote the teleplay for "When Angels Fly," produced for Canadian TV. She raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She spent three weeks working as a cub reporter at the Tulsa Tribune. Stuart's career in acting began with her roles in various films like the Esther Williams musical "This Time For Keeps" (1947), "Triple Threat" (1948) with Richard Crane and the drama "Embraceable You" (1948) with Dane Clark. She also appeared in "Henry, the Rainmaker" (1949), the drama "Leave It to Henry" (1949) with Raymond Walburn and the Raymond Walburn comedy "Father Makes Good" (1950). Stuart was nominated for an Outstanding Continued Performance By an Actress In a Primetime Emmy Award for "Search For Tomorrow" in 1962 as well as for an Outstanding Actress In a Daytime Drama Series Daytime Emmy Award for "Search For Tomorrow" in 1973. Her passion for acting continued to her roles in projects like "Memories Within Miss Aggie" (1973), "The Passions of Carol" (1974) and "Wet Rainbow" (1974). She also appeared in "Lickity Split" (1974). Additionally, she could be seen on a variety of television specials like "After Hours: From Janice, John, Mary and Michael, With Love" (1976-77), "NBC's 60th Anniversary Celebration" (NBC, 1985-86) and "Holiday Gourmet (05/07/90)" (The Nashville Network, 1989-1990). Stuart last appeared on "NYTV: By the People Who Made It" (PBS, 1998-99). Stuart was married to Wolfgang Neumann and had two children. Stuart passed away in February 2002 at the age of 76.

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 The Adding Machine (1969) District Attorney
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 The Longest Day (1962) General Bradley
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 High Hell (1958) Jed [Thomas]
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 Joe MacBeth (1956) Duffy
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