American actress who played out the role of Linda Loman within the Broadway production of Arthur Miller’s Loss of life of the Salesman. She was among the founding people from the renowned Stars Studio. She researched at Goucher University in her indigenous Maryland. She trained school before you begin her acting profession. She performed the part of Big Mama in the initial Broadway creation of playwright Tennessee Williams’ Kitty on a Popular Tin Roof. With her spouse Keith Urmy, she got one young child. She passed away in Massachusetts at age ninety. She starred opposing Fredric March within the 1951 film version of Loss of life of the Salesman.