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Todd, Ann, 1931-2020

LC control no.n 87911824
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingTodd, Ann, 1931-2020
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Variant(s)Mayfield, Anne Todd, 1931-2020
Todd, Ann E., 1931-2020
Phillips, Ann Todd, 1931-2020
Mayfield, Ann Todd, 1931-2020
See alsoAlternate identity: Basart, Ann Phillips
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Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1931-08-26
Death date2020-02-07
Place of birthDenver (Colo.)
Place of deathCalifornia
Profession or occupationActresses
Found inThe Blue bird [MP] 1940: credits (cast, Ann Todd)
Film encyc., 1979 (Todd, Ann; b. Anne Todd Mayfield in 1932; later added middle initial E. to avoid confusion with the British actress)
Brigham Young, 1940 [lobby cards] (Ann E. Todd, depicted)
IMDb, 30 November 2018 (Ann E. Todd; born August 26, 1931 in Denver, Colorado; birth name: Ann Todd Phillips)
Wikipedia, December 3, 2018 (Ann E. Todd; Ann E. Todd (born Ann Todd Phillips, August 26, 1931) is an American former child actress; Todd was born in 1931 in Denver, Colorado to Burrill L. and Alberta C. (née Mayfield) Phillips; due to the privations of the Great Depression, she and her younger brother were reportedly raised by her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ulysses Mayfield; her adoptive name was Ann Todd Mayfield; in a career spanning over 14 years, she appeared in almost 40 movies alongside notable stars such as Ingrid Bergman, Shirley Temple, James Stewart, Bette Davis, Barbara Stanwyck and Marlene Dietrich; due to the similarities between her name and the then already established British actress Ann Todd, she added the initial "E." to her name; Todd was a regular in The Stu Erwin Show between 1950-1953 before quitting show business for good; she became a teacher and librarian in her later life before retiring in California)
Wikipedia, March 4, 2020 (Ann E. Todd; born Ann Todd Phillips, August 26, 1931, Denver, Colorado; later Ann Basart or Ann Phillips Basart; died February 7, 2020; American child actress, later a music librarian at U.C. Berkeley)
Internet Movie Database, March 4, 2020 (Ann E. Todd; born Ann Todd Phillips, August 26, 1931, Denver, Colorado, died February 7, 2020, California; actress; married Robert Basart in 1951; music librarian at University of California at Berkeley for 21 years; founded Fallen Leaf Press)
Associated languageeng