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Jocelyn Brando

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jocelyn Brando (November 18, 1919 – November 27, 2005) was an American film, stage and television actress. Her film debut came in the war movie China Venture (1953) with Edmond O'Brien and Barry Sullivan. Her best-known movie role was as detective Glenn Ford's wife in the film noir The Big Heat (1953).

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Nov 18, 1919 In San Francisco, California, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series Love of Life 1951-09-24
Latest Project:
Movie Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land 1983-02-27
Known For
Poster of Movie Movie
Poster of Thriller
Movie Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land Mrs. Harvey 1983-02-27
Movie Mommie Dearest Barbara Bennett 1981-09-18
Movie Dark Night of the Scarecrow Mrs. Ritter 1981-10-24
Series Darkroom Unknown 1981-11-27
Movie Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff Mrs. Hemmings 1979-04-13
Movie Movie Movie Mama Popchik / Mrs. Updike 1978-11-01
Series Kojak Unknown 1973-10-24
Series Ironside Unknown 1967-03-28
Movie The Chase Mrs. Briggs 1966-02-17
Movie Bus Riley's Back in Town Mrs. Riley 1965-03-24
Movie The Ugly American Emma Atkins 1963-04-02
Series Arrest and Trial Unknown 1963-09-15
Series The Virginian Unknown 1962-09-19
Series Dr. Kildare Unknown 1961-09-27
Series 87th Precinct Unknown 1961-09-25
Movie The Explosive Generation Mrs. Ryker 1961-10-19
Series The Tall Man Unknown 1960-09-10
Series COronado 9 Unknown 1960-09-06
Series Thriller Unknown 1960-09-13
Series One Step Beyond Unknown 1959-01-20
Series Riverboat Unknown 1959-09-13
Movie Step Down to Terror Lily Kirby 1958-09-01
Series State Trooper Unknown 1956-09-25
Movie Nightfall Laura Fraser 1956-11-09
Series The Millionaire Unknown 1955-01-19
Movie Ten Wanted Men Corinne Michaels 1955-02-01
Series Alfred Hitchcock Presents Unknown 1955-10-02
Series General Electric Theater Unknown 1953-02-01
Movie The Big Heat Katie Bannion 1953-10-14
Movie China Venture 1953-09-07
Series Omnibus Unknown 1952-11-09
Series Love of Life 1951-09-24