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Who's Who: Lee Meriwether

Who's Who: Lee Meriwether

 

Lee Meriwether

Location: Los Angeles, California

 

Major Titles/Accomplishments

Miss America 1955 (First Live Telecast)

● Miss San Francisco 1954
● Miss California 1954
● “Today Girl” on NBC’s The Today Show 1955-1956
● Catwoman: Batman (1966)
● Dr. Ann MacGregor: The Time Tunnel (1966 - 1967)
● Betty Jones: Barnaby Jones (1973 - 1980)
● Ruth Martin: All My Children AWARDS
● 1975 Golden Globe Award nomination, Best TV Actress (Drama)
● 1976 Golden Globe Award nomination, Best TV Actress (Drama)
● 1977 Emmy Award nomination, Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

 

Talent & Special Training

Acting, Modeling, Singing, Voice-Acting

 

Achievements

Lee Meriwether has had starring or recurring roles in no less than nine different television series.

 

Community Service

Honorary Chairman of ABILITY FIRST (formally the Crippled Children’s Society). She was an honorary member of Women in Show Business, a Philanthropic organization that funded reconstructive surgery for needy children and was twice named their “Angel of the Year.” She has also served as National Education Chairman of the American Cancer Society and as the Los Angeles Chairman for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. For many years now there has been a special place in her heart for the Blind Children's Center, and the Jeffrey Foundation and the pet organization, “Actors and Others for Animals.”

 

 

*see the Who's Who honor in the Winter 2014 edition of Pageantry magazine.

 

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