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Ann Sothern

January 22, 1909 - March 15, 2001
This Oscar nominated actress was best known for "The Ann Sothern Show."
Towards the end of her life she remained housebound, blind in one eye and plagued with constant pain she sustained from an accident in 1974. A tragic onstage accident occurred when a piece of scenery fell on her during a dinner theater performance. Despite a broken back, she finished the show. Near the end of her life she spent her time doing good for others who were without. She painted and donated hand carved religious statues to her local Catholic church. She died of heart failure at her home in Ketchum, Idaho on March 15th. Actress Ann Sothern died at age 92.