From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lela Bliss (May 11, 1896 – May 15, 1980) was an American actress. She made her first silent film, Pretty Mrs. Smith, in 1915 and appeared in at least over 40 movies until the 1960s. Bliss appeared in supporting roles and bit parts in Hollywood films such as The Dark Mirror (1946), Miracle on 34th Street (1947) and Intruder in the Dust (1949). She often played mothers, neighbours or society women. Since the 1950s, Bliss also appeared frequently on popular television shows including "My Little Margie" as Trixie Wilson, the mother of Margie's boyfriend in the 1952 episode "Vern's Chums", The Twilight Zone, Maverick, Mister Ed and The Addams Family. She ended her acting career with a guest role in That Girl in 1967.