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Lizabeth Scott
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    (September 29, 1922-January 31, 2015)
    Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania
    Birth name was Emma Matzo
    Appeared on Broadway in 'The Skin Of Our Teeth' (1943)
    Appeared in the films 'The Strange Loves of Martha Ivers' (1946), 'Dead Reckoning' (1947), 'Desert Fury' (1947), 'Variety Girl' (1947), 'I Walk Alone' (1948), 'Pitfall' (1948), 'Too Late For Tears' (1949), 'Dark City' (1950), 'The Racket' (1951), 'Scared Stiff' (1953), 'Loving You' (1957) and 'Pulp' (1972)
    Recorded the album 'Lizabeth' (1957)
    She dropped the initial 'E' from her stage name 'just to be different.'
    She was typecast as a film noir femme fatale.
    Her film career dried up after 'Confidential' magazine reported that her name was found on the client list of a lesbian call girl ring.
    She provided the voice over for cat food commercials.
    She was compared to Lauren Bacall for her looks and husky voice.
    A Conde Nast editor said she was 'something special... what every man in uniform wants his girlfriend to look like.'
    During one of her rare interviews (2008), she said that Kate Moss looked like 'a vagrant,' noting 'She'd have lasted ten seconds under the Hollywood studio system.'

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