Birthplace: Quincy, Massachusetts
A versatile actress, Remick played a variety of roles ranging from drum majorette to addicted alcoholic. In the 1950s she began appearing in TV venues such as the Philco Playhouse and Hallmark Hall of Fame. She gave memorable performances in the films Anatomy of a Murder (1959) and Days of Wine and Roses (1963); for the latter she was nominated for an Oscar. In her most distinguished Broadway role she played a blind woman in Wait Until Dark (1966). In addition to frequent parts in TV movies, she acted in The Omen (1976) and The Europeans (1979).Died: 7/2/1991
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