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Missouri native Imogene Rogers adopted the stage name Laura Elliott when she began in Hollywood in 1949; it was under that name that she scored the film role for which she remains best known, as Miriam, the unfaithful wife of tennis pro Guy Haines (Farley Granger) in Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller "Strangers on a Train." Changing her professional name to Kasey Rogers (a childhood nickname) in 1956, she began working primarily in television. Beginning in 1964, she co-starred in the controversial soap opera "Peyton Place"; two years later, she joined the cast of "Bewitched" as the boss' wife, Louise Tate, replacing Irene Vernon in the role.

Missouri native Imogene Rogers adopted the stage name Laura Elliott when she began in Hollywood in 1949; it was under that name that she scored the film role for which she remains best known, as Miriam, the unfaithful wife of tennis pro Guy Haines (Farley Granger) in Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller "Strangers on a Train." Changing her professional name to Kasey Rogers (a childhood nickname) in 1956, she began working primarily in television. Beginning in 1964, she co-starred in the controversial soap opera "Peyton Place"; two years later, she joined the cast of "Bewitched" as the boss' wife, Louise Tate, replacing Irene Vernon in the role.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Gangway for Tomorrow (1943) Burke's mother
2.
 Road to Happiness (1941) Mrs. Price
3.
 Chasing Trouble (1940) Mrs. O'Brien
4.
 On the Spot (1940) Mrs. Kelly
5.
 Laughing at Danger (1940) Mrs. Kelly
6.
 Emergency Squad (1940) Landlady
7.
 Gallant Sons (1940) Irish woman
8.
 Women Without Names (1940) Mrs. Anthony
9.
10.
 Heroes in Blue (1939) Mrs. Murphy
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TLS ( 2006-05-08 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

Born: April 24, 1874 Canada
Died: May 15, 1959 Hollywood, CA
Married to actor William Corrigan, she was the mother of actor Lloyd Corrigan and film editor Jack Corrigan. She was a member of Oliver Morosco's stock company in Los Angeles during the teens and also played with the Burbank stock company in Los Angeles. Elliott died following a stroke.

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