William Asher
(Movies & TV)
Dick Sargent
(Movies & TV)
David White (actor)
(Movies & TV)
Dorothy McGuire
(Movies & TV)
Kirk Douglas
(Movies & TV)

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Elizabeth Montgomery

Knowledge Identifier: +Elizabeth_Montgomery


Elizabeth Montgomery

American film and television actress whose career spanned five decades, best known as Samantha Stephens on Bewitched add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1933.

Countries: United States (72%), California (17%), United Kingdom (3%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Bewitched, William Asher, Dick Sargent

Linked to: The Spence School, Lotte, American Broadcasting Company, Harvard-Westlake School




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Elizabeth Montgomery was born in 1933 add something


Robert Montgomery Presents - Montgomery's daughter, Elizabeth Montgomery, made her acting debut as a repertory player in 1951 and remained with the show until 1956


Montgomery was first married to New York socialite Frederick Gallatin Cammann in 1954; the marriage lasted for barely a year add something


Montgomery made her television debut in her father's series "Robert Montgomery Presents" , and her film debut in 1955 in "The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell" add something


She was married to actor Gig Young from 1956 to 1963, and to director-producer William Asher from 1963 until their 1973 divorce add something


In 1960 Montgomery was nominated for an Emmy award for her portrayal of southern prostitute Rusty Heller in an episode of "The Untouchables", playing opposite David White who later portrayed Darrin's boss Larry Tate in "Bewitched" add something


Samantha Juste - During the 1960s it became more popular, particularly as a result of the television series "Bewitched", in which Elizabeth Montgomery played the part of the witch Samantha Stephens, but on account of Samantha Juste herself


Alfred Bester - Lucifer", which aired November 1, 1962 with Astaire in the title role opposite Elizabeth Montgomery


William Asher - Asher married "Bewitched" star Elizabeth Montgomery in 1963


It enjoyed an eight-year run from 1964 to 1972 and remains popular through syndication and DVD releases add something


Dick Sargent - He had first been offered the role in 1964 after William Asher and Elizabeth Montgomery were involved and chose him but was under contract to Universal Studios and unable to accept it


William Asher - In 1964, he produced and directed "Bewitched", which starred his then-wife Elizabeth Montgomery


Bewitched - The 1965 episode of "The Flintstones" titled "Samantha" , features Dick York and Elizabeth Montgomery as Darrin and Samantha Stephens, who have just moved into the neighborhood


The show had been renewed for a ninth season to run from 1972 to 1973 add something


William Bast - In 1976 he received the Mystery Writers of America's Edgar Allan Poe Award for his television movie "The Legend of Lizzie Borden" with Elizabeth Montgomery in the title role


In 1977, Montgomery played a police detective having an interracial affair with her partner, played by O.J. Simpson, in "A Killing Affair" add something


She entered her fourth and final marriage to actor Robert Foxworth , on January 28, 1993, after living with him for nearly twenty years add something


Bert Convy - In 1979, he appeared on "Password Plus" with Elizabeth Montgomery, Carol_Burnett, Phyllis Diller, Judy Norton Taylor, Marcia Wallace, and Elaine Joyce


She played a rare villainous role in the 1985 television movie "Amos", as a vicious nurse in a home for senior citizens who abuses her wards, played by, among others, Kirk Douglas and Dorothy McGuire add something


Bewitched - In a 1991 audio interview with film historian Ronald Haver, Elizabeth Montgomery revealed that her father, Robert Montgomery was originally approached to narrate these episodes but he refused


In June 1992, Montgomery and her former "Bewitched" co-star Dick Sargent, who had remained good friends, were Grand Marshals at the Los Angeles Gay Pride Parade add something


Dick Sargent - In June 1992, Sargent was a Grand Marshal of the Los Angeles Gay Pride parade along with actress and former "Bewitched" co-star Elizabeth Montgomery


In 1994, Montgomery produced several radio and television public service announcements for the organization's Los Angeles Unit add something


After her death, the Los Angeles Unit of Learning Ally dedicated the 1995 Record-A-Thon to Montgomery and secured 21 celebrities to assist in the reading of the book "Chicken Soup for the Soul", which was dedicated to her memory add something


In the spring of 1995, Montgomery was diagnosed with colorectal cancer add something

Elizabeth Montgomery died in 1995 add something


In January 1995, she recorded the 1952 edition of "When We Were Very Young" for Learning Ally add something


Her last television movies were the highly-rated Edna Buchanan detective series - the second and final film of the series received its first airing on May 9, 1995, only days before her death add something


On May 18, 1995, Montgomery died at home in the company of her children and husband just eight weeks after her diagnosis add something


Her strong support for Learning Ally ultimately led her to enthusiastically agree to be the honorary chairman for its Los Angeles Unit's third annual Record-A-Thon, slated for June 3, 1995 add something


On June 18, 1995, a memorial service was held at the Canon Theatre in Beverly Hills, California add something


In June 2005, a statue of Montgomery as Samantha Stephens was erected in Salem, Massachusetts , Massachusetts add something


A star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame was presented in honor of Montgomery's work in television on January 4, 2008 add something


Christina Applegate - In January 2009, Applegate appeared in the film, "Everything Is Going to Be Just Fine", which recounted the life of actress Elizabeth Montgomery of television's "Bewitched" fame, who died of colorectal cancer in 1995


The paperback edition of Twitch Upon a Star was published on October 6, 2014 add something