Ann Sothern

Biography

Ann Sothern (born Harriette Arlene Lake; January 22, 1909 – March 15, 2001) was an American actress who worked on stage, radio, film, and television, in a career that spanned nearly six decades. Sothern began her career in the late 1920s in bit parts in films. In 1930, she made her Broadway stage de...

52 titles Acting

7.5

The Whales of August

1987 · Tisha Doughty

5.2

A Letter to Three Wives

1985 · Ma Finney

4.5

The Little Dragons

1980 · Angel

5.2

The Manitou

1978 · Mrs. Karmann

5.6

Crazy Mama

1975 · Sheba

5.2

Golden Needles

1974 · Fenzie

6.3

The Killing Kind

1973 · Thelma Lambert

7.5

The Weekend Nun

1972 · Mother Bonaventure

7.7

A Death of Innocence

1971 · Annie La Cossit

6.2

Congratulations, It's a Boy!

1971 · Ethel Gaines

5.5

Chubasco

1967 · Angela

7.5

The Outsider

1967 · Mrs. Kozzek

6.8

Sylvia

1965 · Mrs. Argona / Grace Argona

6.9

Lady in a Cage

1964 · Sade

7.7

The Best Man

1964 · Sue Ellen Gamadge

7.0

The Blue Gardenia

1953 · Crystal Carpenter

6.7

Shadow on the Wall

1950 · Dell Faring

6.6

Nancy Goes to Rio

1950 · Frances Elliott

7.8

A Letter to Three Wives

1949 · Rita Phipps

6.5

Words and Music

1948 · Joyce Harmon

6.3

April Showers

1948 · June Tyme

6.8

The Judge Steps Out

1947 · Peggy

6.5

Undercover Maisie

1947 · Maisie Ravier

6.4

Up Goes Maisie

1946 · Maisie Ravier

6.3

Maisie Goes to Reno

1944 · Maisie Ravier

6.9

Cry 'Havoc'

1943 · Pat

6.4

Thousands Cheer

1943 · Ann Sothern

5.9

Three Hearts For Julia

1943 · Julia Seabrook

6.4

Swing Shift Maisie

1943 · Maisie Ravier

6.0

Panama Hattie

1942 · Hattie Maloney

6.4

Maisie Gets Her Man

1942 · Maisie Ravier

6.6

Ringside Maisie

1941 · Maisie Ravier

6.8

Maisie Was a Lady

1941 · Maisie Ravier

6.5

Lady Be Good

1941 · Dixie Donegan Crane

6.3

Gold Rush Maisie

1940 · Maisie Ravier

6.4

Congo Maisie

1940 · Maisie Ravier

7.1

Brother Orchid

1940 · Florence 'Flo' Addams

6.3

Dulcy

1940 · Dulcy Ward

7.2

Hotel for Women

1939 · Ellen Connelly

6.2

Fast and Furious

1939 · Garda Sloane

6.6

Maisie

1939 · Maisie Ravier / Mary Anastasia O'Connor

6.4

Trade Winds

1938 · Jean Livingstone

6.4

Danger - Love at Work

1937 · Antoinette "Toni" Pemberton

5.5

There Goes the Groom

1937 · Bettina Louise "Betty" Russell

5.3

Dangerous Number

1937 · Eleanor

6.1

She's Got Everything

1937 · Carol Rogers

5.9

Super-Sleuth

1937 · Mary Strand

6.0

There Goes My Girl

1937 · Connie Taylor

7.3

My American Wife

1936 · Mary Cantillon

6.6

You May Be Next

1936 · Fay Stevens

6.9

Walking on Air

1936 · Kit Bennett

6.1

Don't Gamble with Love

1936 · Ann Edwards

6.7

Folies Bergère de Paris

1935 · Mimi

6.3

Grand Exit

1935 · Adrienne Martin / Adeline Maxwell

6.3

Hooray for Love

1935 · Patricia Thatcher

6.0

The Girl Friend

1935 · Linda Henry

6.2

Eight Bells

1935 · Marge Walker

5.7

The Hell Cat

1934 · Geraldine Sloane

7.7

Kid Millions

1934 · Joan Larrabee

6.1

Blind Date

1934 · Kitty Taylor

7.0

Broadway Thru a Keyhole

1933 · Singer

6.3

Let's Fall in Love

1933 · Jean

6.0

Song of the West

1930 · Bit Part

6.6

Madam Satan

1930 · Zeppelin Reveler

7.6

Good News

1930 · Student

6.2

Show of Shows

1929 · Performer in 'Meet My Sister' & 'Bicycle Built for Two' Numbers (as Harriet Lake)