Maria Windsor( Actress)
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Biography Maria Windsor
Marie Windsor (real name Emily Marie Bertelson) was born 11 December 1919 in the United States of America, in Utah. From the earliest years she was interested in art and dreamed that someday will become an actress.
Growing up, Mary was to embody their own dreams into reality. And although she originally worked in other areas, such as a telephone operator, it does not prevent from Windsor to go to their own purposes.
. Soon, fate smiled aspiring actress, and she began to act on the theatrical stage, as well - to work on the radio and to act in films
. Around the late forties, Marie Windsor (Marie Windsor) has played a leading role and was known to fans of cinema and theater.
. Especially memorable are the works of Mary's role in such films as
. 'Force of Evil', 'The Sniper', 'The Narrow Margin', 'City That Never Sleeps', 'The Killing' and others.
. Over time, Marie Windsor (Marie Windsor) began work on television
. She has participated in various shows, and - starred in such films as 'The Quick and the Dead', 'The Incredible Hulk', 'General Hospital', 'Murder, She Wrote', 'Rawhide' and others.
. Actress Marie Windsor (Marie Windsor) actually proved to be extremely talented and not only in the sense of acting
. Among other things, the actress was capable of artist and sculptor. After the Windsor has completed an acting career that began to work in these directions.
The actress has been married twice. The first time Maria is married to actor Ted Stevens, the second time - with Jack Hupp (sportsman, once a member of the U.S. Olympic basketball team). Second marriage, the actress had a son.
Actress Marie Windsor (Marie Windsor) lived a long life, including creative. Shortly before the day of his 81-anniversary of the actress died suddenly - for reasons unknown.
Currently, Maria is still considered a legend of American cinema and one of the best actresses of the last century. Her record includes a large number of creative works, which even today are of interest from spectators and other lovers of art.