Lizabeth Scott

Lizabeth Scott
1922 - 2015

Lizabeth Scott  American Actress

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92
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Lizabeth Scott passed away on 31st Jan 2015 aged 92. Her last relationship was when Lizabeth Scott and Laurence Harvey were in a relationship.

Relationships

Lizabeth Scott was in relationships with Stewart Granger (1946 - present), Hal B. Wallis (1943 - 1945), Mortimer Hall ( - present) and Bill Dugger.

About

Lizabeth Scott is a 92 year old American Actress. Born Emma Matzo on 29th September, 1922 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA and educated at Central High School, she is famous for Deep Husky Voice in a career that spans 1942–1972. Her zodiac sign is Libra.

Lizabeth Scott was in an on-screen matchup with Robert Mitchum in The Racket (1951).

Lizabeth Scott is a member of the following lists: 2015 deaths, Actresses from Pennsylvania and 20th-century American actresses.

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Confirmed Relationships5
Longest Relationship70 yrs, 9 mths
Shortest Relationship1 yr, 4 mths
Average Relationship Length14 yrs, 5 mths
First Name Lizabeth
Last Name Scott
Full Name at Birth Emma Matzo
Alternative Name Elizabeth Scott
Age 92 (age at death) years
Birthday 29th September, 1922
Birthplace Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA
Died 31st January, 2015
Place of Death Los Angeles, California, USA
Cause of Death Congestive Heart Failure
Height 5' 6" (168 cm)
Build Slim
Eye Color Hazel
Hair Color Blonde
Zodiac Sign Libra
Sexuality DISPUTED
Religion Roman Catholic
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
High School Central High School
University Marywood College, Alvienne School of Drama
Occupation Text Actress, Singer
Occupation Actress
Claim to Fame Deep Husky Voice
Year(s) Active 1942–1972
Favorite Colors Green, Pink, White

Lizabeth Virginia Scott (September 29, 1922 – January 31, 2015) was an American film actress, known for her "smoky voice" and "the most beautiful face of film noir during the 1940s and 1950s." After understudying the role of Sabina in the original Broadway and Boston stage productions of The Skin of Our Teeth, she emerged internationally in such films as The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946), Dead Reckoning (1947), Desert Fury (1947) and Too Late for Tears (1949). Of her 22 feature films, she was leading lady in all but one. In addition to stage and radio, she appeared on television from the late 1940s to early 1970s.

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Partner Comparison

NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Lizabeth Scott92 LibraActress
American
Laurence Harvey45 LibraActor
English
Stewart Granger80 TaurusActor
English
Hal B. Wallis88 VirgoFilm/TV Producer
American
Mortimer Hall87 Cancer
Bill Dugger46 Scorpio
American

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
Pulp1972Betty CippolaMovie
Burke's Law1963Mona RobertsTV Show
Adventures in Paradise1959Carla MacKinleyTV Show
The Third Man1959Diane MastersTV Show
Loving You1957Glenda MarkleMovie
The Weapon1957Elsa JennerMovie
The 20th Century-Fox Hour1955Frances FowlerTV Show
ITV Television Playhouse1955Alice Brent, Lily ConoverTV Show
The Eddie Cantor Comedy Theater1955TV Show
Silver Lode1954Rose EvansMovie
Studio 571954TV Show
Bad for Each Other1953Helen CurtisMovie
Scared Stiff1953Mary CarrollMovie
Stolen Face1952Alice Brent, Lily ConoverMovie
Red Mountain1951ChrisMovie
The Company She Keeps1951JoanMovie
The Racket1951Irene HayesMovie
Two of a Kind1951Brandy KirbyMovie
Dark City1950Fran GarlandMovie
Paid in Full1950Jane LangleyMovie
Lux Video Theatre1950Betsy, Margaret BaileyTV Show
Easy Living1949Liza WilsonMovie
Too Late for Tears1949Jane PalmerMovie
Family Theatre1949TV Show
I Walk Alone1948Kay LawrenceMovie
Pitfall1948Mona StevensMovie
Dead Reckoning1947'Dusty' ChandlerMovie
Desert Fury1947Paula HallerMovie
Variety Girl1947Lizabeth ScottMovie
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers1946Antonia 'Toni' MarachekMovie
You Came Along1945Ivy HotchkissMovie
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Posted commentsView all comments (8)

wjerryzJun 30

Played in some real good movies. Great actress.

RedJan 3, 2010

I`ve always been a big fan of Liz Scott and would love to be able to send her fan mail to let her know she is still loved today. I really miss seeing her and never miss her movies.

LadydaeeJan 28, 2009

I am very excited to read about Ms. Scott. I loved her movies! I never knew what happened to her. I wish I could contact her now. Is there anyone who knows how to contact her?

Nick CataldiNov 27, 2008

Loved Her!!! Still Do

Mary Frances BondJul 8, 2008

I saw most of her movies and thoroughly enjoyed them all. I still have many videos of her movies as well as other great stars of the 1940`s!


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