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|Desc||Photo of Edd Byrnes as Kookie and Sue Randall from the television program 77 Sunset Strip.|
American actress (1935-1984)
Sue Randall is ...
|Born||8 October 1935 in Philadelphia|
|Died||26 October 1984 in Philadelphia|
|Sex or gender||female|
|Country of citizenship||United States of America|
|Manner of death||natural causes|
|Occupation||actor, television actor and film actor|
|Educated at||American Academy of Dramatic Arts|
About Sue Randall
Sue Randall: The Actress Who Lit Up the Screen
Sue Randall was a talented American actress who captivated audiences with her charm and wit. Born on October 8, 1935, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Randall began her acting career in the 1950s, and quickly became a sought-after performer in both film and television.
Randall's early roles included appearances in popular TV shows such as "Perry Mason," "The Twilight Zone," and "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet." She also appeared in several films, including "Desk Set" (1957) and "No Time for Sergeants" (1958), alongside stars such as Spencer Tracy and Andy Griffith.
However, it was her role as Miss Landers, the beloved teacher on the hit TV show "Leave It to Beaver," that made Randall a household name. Her portrayal of the kind and caring Miss Landers endeared her to audiences, and she quickly became a fan favorite.
Despite her success on "Leave It to Beaver," Randall continued to work on other projects throughout the 1960s and 1970s. She appeared in several TV shows, including "The Fugitive," "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.," and "The Wild Wild West." She also continued to work in film, with roles in movies such as "The Swinger" (1966) and "The Boston Strangler" (1968).
Sadly, Randall's life was cut short when she passed away on October 26, 1984, at the age of 49. Her death was a shock to her fans and colleagues, who remembered her as a talented actress and a kind and generous person.
Despite her untimely death, Sue Randall's legacy lives on through her work in film and television. Her performances continue to entertain and inspire audiences today, and she remains a beloved figure in the world of entertainment.
- "Sue Randall." IMDb, IMDb.com, www.imdb.com/name/nm0708696/.
- "Sue Randall, 49, Actress in TV and Films." The New York Times, The New York Times, 28 Oct. 1984, www.nytimes.com/1984/10/28/obituaries/sue-randall-49-actress-in-tv-and-films.html.
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