Elizabeth Montgomery was a famous American film, stage and television actress, best remembered for her role in the TV show ‘Bewitched’. Check out this biography to know about her childhood, family life, achievements and other facts related to her life.
Elizabeth Montgomery was a famous American film, stage and television actress, best remembered for her role in the TV show ‘Bewitched’. Her role of Samantha Stephens in the show earned her much fame and success. Being the daughter of a well-known TV and film actor, Robert Montgomery, her career started while she was still a teenager. Her first appearance was in her father’s dramatic TV series ‘Robert Montgomery Presents’. Later, she appeared in an anthology drama TV series named ‘Armstrong Circle Theatre’. Her first appearance in a film was in the year 1955 when she appeared in ‘The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell’ directed by Otto Preminger, based on the infamous court-martial of General Billy Mitchell. In 1964, she started appearing in ‘Bewitched’ an American television show created by Sol Saks. It was about a witch who weds an ordinary human and tries to live the life of a typical housewife. This became the most important role in her career, for which she received five Emmy and four Golden Globe nominations. She was also involved in political activism throughout her life, and used to advocate for gay rights, women rights, as well as support for AIDS victims.
Beverly Hills, California, United States
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Frederic Gallatin Cammann (m. 1954–1955), Gig Young (m. 1956–1963), Robert Foxworth (m. 1993–1995), William Asher (m. 1963–1973)
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