Constance Ford

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      • 1923-07-01
      • 1993-02-26

      Constance Ford began her career in television in the 1950s, performing in live television dramas on "Studio One in Hollywood" (1948),"Armstrong Circle Theatre" (1950), "Goodyear Playhouse" (1951), and other acclaimed series, and playing recurring characters in four afternoon serials; "Rose Peabody" in "Search for Tomorrow" (1951), "Lynn Sherwood" in "Woman with a Past" (1954), "Eve Morris" in "The Edge of Night"(1956) and "Ada Davis Downs Hobson" in "Another World" (1964). Ford's assertive style made her a favorite of TV casting directors, and she was often featured in episodes of "Ponds Theater" (1953), "Bat Masterson" (1958), "Rawhide" (1959), "Gunsmoke" (1955), "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" (1955), "Twilight Zone" (1959), and other series, as tough but sensible career women.

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