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Dorothy Gordon found incredible success as an accomplished actress, appearing in a variety of films throughout her Hollywood career. Gordon's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "Hobson's Choice" (1954) with Charles Laughton, the comedy adaptation "Artists and Models" (1955) with Dean Martin and "The Girl Rush" (1955). She also appeared in the drama "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt" (1956) with Dana Andrews, the Tom Ewell comedy "The Lieutenant Wore Skirts" (1956) and the Jane Russell dramatic adaptation "The Revolt of Mamie Stover" (1956). She also landed roles in the miniseries "Elvis and Me" (1987-88) and "Degree of Guilt" (1995-96). She also starred in the TV movies "Breach of Faith: Family of Cops II" (CBS, 1996-97) and "Too Close to Home" (CBS, 1996-97). She also had roles in film during these years, including roles in "The Haunted Strangler" (1958) with Boris Karloff and "Sons and Lovers" (1960) with Trevor Howard. She also was featured in the TV movie "Locked in Silence" (Showtime, 1998-99). She also worked in television during these years, including roles in "Doc" (ION Television Network, 2000-05) and "Queer as Folk (US)" (2000-05). She also appeared in the comedic drama "All I Wanna Do" (1998) with Kirsten Dunst and the crime drama "Where the Money Is" (2000) with Paul Newman. Most recently, Gordon appeared in "The Matthew Shepard Story" (NBC, 2001-02).
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