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A serial killer is typically a person who murders three or more people, with the murders taking place over more than a month and including a significant period of time between them. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 26 October This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. Find more about Murder at Wikipedia's sister projects.
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Throughout her career, Moorehead skillfully portrayed puritanical matrons, neurotic spinsters, possessive mothers, and comical secretaries.
During the s and s, Moorehead was one of the most in-demand actresses for radio dramas, especially on the CBS show Suspense. During the episode-run of Suspense , Moorehead was cast in more episodes than any other actor or actress. She was often introduced on the show as the "first lady of Suspense ".
Moorehead's most successful appearance on Suspense was in the play Sorry, Wrong Number , written by Lucille Fletcher , broadcast on May 18, Moorehead played a selfish, neurotic woman who overhears a murder being plotted via crossed phone wires and eventually realizes she is the intended victim.
She recreated the performance six times for Suspense and several times on other radio shows, always using her original, dog-eared script. In , she recorded an album of the drama, and performed scenes from the story in her one-woman show in the s. Barbara Stanwyck played the role in the film version. From to , Moorehead played the role of the mayor's housekeeper in the radio version of Mayor of the Town. She also starred in The Amazing Mrs.
Danberry , a situation comedy on CBS in Moorehead's title character was described as "the lively widow of a department store owner who has a tongue as sharp as a hatpin and a heart as warm as summer. In the s, Moorehead continued to work in films and appeared on stage across the country. She appeared as the hypochondriac Mrs. Snow in Disney's hit film Pollyanna In Sorry, Wrong Number , Moorehead offered a famed, bravura performance using only her voice, and for "The Invaders", she was offered a script where she had no dialogue at all.
In , Moorehead accepted the role of Endora, Samantha's Elizabeth Montgomery mortal-loathing, quick-witted witch mother in the situation comedy Bewitched.
She later commented that she had not expected it to succeed and that she ultimately felt trapped by its success. However, she had negotiated to appear in only eight of every 12 episodes made, therefore allowing her sufficient time to pursue other projects. She also felt that the television writing was often below standard and dismissed many of the Bewitched scripts as "hack" in a interview for TV Guide.
Moorehead received six Emmy Award nominations, but was quick to remind interviewers that she had enjoyed a long and distinguished career. Despite her ambivalence, she remained with Bewitched until its run ended in She commented to the New York Times in , "I've been in movies and played theater from coast to coast, so I was quite well known before Bewitched , and I don't particularly want to be identified as a witch.
She expressed a fondness for the show's star Elizabeth Montgomery and said she had enjoyed working with her. Co-star Dick Sargent , who in replaced the ill Dick York as Samantha's husband Darrin Stephens, had a more difficult relationship with Moorehead, caustically describing her as "a tough old bird. In fall , Moorehead participated in a five-minute commercial spot featuring casts of both Bonanza and Bewitched , announcing the new Chevrolet line.
In , Moorehead appeared as a dying woman who haunts her own house in the early Night Gallery episode "Certain Shadows on the Wall". Moorehead also memorably supplied the voice of the friendly Mother Goose in Hanna-Barbera 's adaptation of E. White 's children's book Charlotte's Web. For the Broadway adaptation of Gigi , Moorehead portrayed Aunt Alicia and performed various songs, including "The Contract" for the original cast recording. She fell ill during the production, forcing Arlene Francis to replace her.
Moorehead died shortly afterward. Three months before her death in January , Moorehead performed in two episodes including the first of CBS Radio Mystery Theater , the popular series produced by old-time radio master Himan Brown. In , Moorehead married actor John Griffith Lee; they divorced in Moorehead and Lee adopted an orphan named Sean in , but it remains unclear whether the adoption was legal. Moorehead raised Sean until he ran away from home.
She married actor Robert Gist in , and they divorced in Moorehead's sexuality has been the subject of speculation. Moorehead's close friend Debbie Reynolds stated categorically that Moorehead was not a lesbian. Reynolds' autobiography mentions the rumor and states it was begun by one of Moorehead's husbands during their divorce. Quint Benedetti, Moorehead's longtime employee who is himself gay, also stated that Moorehead was not a lesbian and attributed the story to Lynde's frequent rumor-mongering.
Moorehead rarely spoke publicly about her political beliefs, but she supported both Franklin Roosevelt she portrayed Eleanor Roosevelt multiple times over the course of her career as well as close friend Ronald Reagan for his run for governor of California.
Moorehead died of uterine cancer on April 30, in Rochester, Minnesota , aged Her sole immediate survivor was her mother Mildred, who died in , aged In , she was posthumously inducted into the St. Louis Walk of Fame. She also left half of her manuscripts to Muskingum with the other half going to the University of Wisconsin.
Her family's Ohio farm went to John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas , along with her collection of Bibles and biblical scholarship materials. Her mother Mildred received all of Moorehead's clothing and jewelry, and Moorehead made provisions to support Mildred for the rest of her life. The Beverly Hills home was left to her attorney Franklin Rohner, along with the furnishings and personal property within.
Small bequests were made for friends and domestic staff along with some charitable contributions. Moorehead appeared on hundreds of individual broadcasts across a radio career that spanned from to her final two appearances, on CBS Radio Mystery Theatre in Moorehead began appearing on stage during her training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. White Based on this official offender page. Duncan Oklahoma Stephens, Conviction date: Gray Or Partially Gray Height: El Reno Oklahoma Canadian, Conviction date: Sayre Oklahoma Beckham, Conviction date: Red Or Auburn Height: Ft Collins Colorado Larimer, Conviction date: Blond Or Strawberry Height: Sherman Texas Grayson, Conviction date: American Indian Registration date:
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