This Australian-born actress appeared in six films in her native land before leaving for Hollywood with the outbreak of WWII. Ann Richards subsequently played a series of leads and second leads for MG...
|Began prize-winning career as an oil painter|
|Feature film debut in "It Isn't Done"|
|Appeared in Australian documentary "Don't Call Me Girlie"|
|As a schoolgirl, was encouraged in her poetry writing by John Masefield, then poet laureate of England|
|Discovered performing in little theater group by Ken Hall, producer and director for Cinesound Studios|
|Appeared in five MGM films, the last being King Vidor's "An American Romance" (1944)|
|Left Australia for Hollywood after outbreak of WWII|
|Researched, narrated, and co-produced (with first husband Edmond Angelo) "Ann Richards in the U.S.S.R.", filmed on a 50,000 mile tour|
|Acted in several films for Hal B. Wallis' production company at Paramount|
|Edmond Angelo||Husband||Married 1949 until his death March 27, 1983|
|Paul Kramer||Husband||Married 1987; Divorced|
|"Ann Richards has three alarm beauty and four alarm talent"--TIME Magazine|
|"Ann Richards is charming . . . and I mean charming"--Louella Parsons|
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