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Mary Jackson

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Biography

Milford, Michigan, USA
One of those strikingly familiar matrons you just can't place, character actress Mary Jackson is probably best known for her recurring role as one of the delightfully eccentric bootlegging sisters, "Miss Emily" Baldwin, on the series The Waltons (1971) that ran for nine seasons. She was born November 22, 1910 in rural Milford, Michigan, and earned a bachelor's degree from West Michigan University in 1932. A Depression-era school teacher for one year before pursuing her interest in theater, she returned to college (this time Michigan State University) in a fine arts program. Read more...

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Character: Jane Shantz

Anything Can Happen 1952

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Character: Jane's Mother

Fun with Dick and Jane 1977

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Character: Emma Schlarp

Leap of Faith 1992

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Character: Mrs. Clelia

The Exorcist III 1990

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Character: Crawldaddy

Skinned Alive 1990

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Character: Mrs. Dill

Big Top Pee-wee 1988

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Character: Grandmother MacKenzie

Magnum, P.I. 1980

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Character: Lois Mendelson

Scarecrow and Mrs. King 1983

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Character: Connie Feester

Open All Night 1981

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Character: Sister Felice

Airport 1970

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Character: Miss Dunphy

Room 222 1969

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Character: Phony Grandma

Hart to Hart 1979

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Character: Fleta Wilson

Coming Home 1978

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Character: Gladys Roberts

Peyton Place 1964

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Character: Emily Tarleton

The Mississippi 1982

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Character: Nurse Paulson

Dr. Kildare 1961

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Character: Amelia Ogilvie

Banyon 1971

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Character: Judge Mary Lindstrom

Route 66 1960

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Character: Mrs. Krieger

The Barbara Stanwyck Show 1960

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Character: Flora Duncan

Hazel 1961

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Character: Harpy

Lancer 1968

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