Ann Savage

Ann Savage
Ann Savage

Ann Savage

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Birthday: February 19, 1921 (87 years) Died: December 25, 2008 (13 years Ago)

HomeTown: Columbia, South Carolina, United States

For one tough cookie who achieved major cult stardom with her hard-bitten blonde looks and “Perfect Vixen” tag, Ann Savage in real life was a lovely, spirited, gentle-looking lady. She may have peaked only briefly in 1940s Hollywood low-budgeters, but she made the most of it during that fairly short tenure. Out of the dozens of movies under her belt, one film part shot her to femme fatale infamy and, to this day, remains her biggest claim to fame. It took only four (some accounts say six) days to shoot, but Peligros del destino (1945) stands out as one of the best examples of surreal film noir, and the unforgettable dialogue and riveting teaming of Ann and sulky co-star Tom Neal are the primary reasons for its enduring fame.An only child, Ann was born Bernice Maxine Lyon in Columbia, South Carolina, on February 19, 1921. Her father was a US Army officer and the family traveled with him to his various duty stations, including Dallas and New Orleans, until settling in Jacksonville, Florida. He died when she was only four years old. Ann’s mother, a jewelry buyer, took the two of them to Los Angeles before Ann was 10 years old. Appearing in local theater productions, the young girl trained at Max Reinhardt’s acting school. The school’s manager happened to be Bert D’Armand, who later became her agent. They married in 1945.She changed her name to “Ann Savage” before even stepping onto a sound stage and it was a workshop production of “Golden Boy” that led to her initially signing up at Columbia Pictures. The first glimpse of Ann came as an extra in MGM’s El gran vals (1938) and she gradually earned on-camera experience in unbilled parts in such war-era movies as El amor llamó dos veces (1943) and El doctor satánico (1943). She rose to featured and co-star status in such lightweight Columbia films as Por querer ser estrella (1943), Footlight Glamour (1943) and Saddles and Sagebrush (1943).Although Ann played devilish dames in El código del terror (1944), Apology for Murder (1945) and La última jornada (1946), it was venomous Vera, the blackmailing, tough-talking, cigarette-dangling, good-for-nothing who bullies hapless wanna-be tough-guy musician (Tom Neal) into her schemes in Peligros del destino (1945) that truly summed up her “bad girl” charisma. Ann Savage was born on February 19, 1921 in Columbia, United States. Ann Savage died on December 25, 2008 at the age of 87 years. Check below for more deets about Ann Savage. This page will put a light upon the Ann Savage bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, affairs, controversies, caste, height, weight, rumors, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Stage Name Ann Savage
Real Name Ann Savage
Profession(s) Actress, Musician,
Birthday February 19, 1921
Death Died on (13 years ago) (Age: 87 years)
Gender Female
Birthplace Columbia, United States
Hometown Columbia, South Carolina, United States
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Ann Savage was born on February 19, 1921 in Columbia, United States. Ann Savage died on December 25, 2008 at the age of 87 years.

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  • Ann Savage was born in Columbia, United States.
  • For one tough cookie who achieved major cult stardom with her hard-bitten blonde looks and “Perfect Vixen” tag, Ann Savage in real life was a lovely, spirited, gentle-looking lady. She may have peaked only briefly in 1940s Hollywood low-budgeters, but she made the most of it during that fairly short tenure. Out of the dozens of movies under her belt, one film part shot her to femme fatale infamy and, to this day, remains her biggest claim to fame. It took only four (some accounts say six) days to shoot, but Peligros del destino (1945) stands out as one of the best examples of surreal film noir, and the unforgettable dialogue and riveting teaming of Ann and sulky co-star Tom Neal are the primary reasons for its enduring fame.An only child, Ann was born Bernice Maxine Lyon in Columbia, South Carolina, on February 19, 1921. Her father was a US Army officer and the family traveled with him to his various duty stations, including Dallas and New Orleans, until settling in Jacksonville, Florida. He died when she was only four years old. Ann’s mother, a jewelry buyer, took the two of them to Los Angeles before Ann was 10 years old. Appearing in local theater productions, the young girl trained at Max Reinhardt’s acting school. The school’s manager happened to be Bert D’Armand, who later became her agent. They married in 1945.She changed her name to “Ann Savage” before even stepping onto a sound stage and it was a workshop production of “Golden Boy” that led to her initially signing up at Columbia Pictures. The first glimpse of Ann came as an extra in MGM’s El gran vals (1938) and she gradually earned on-camera experience in unbilled parts in such war-era movies as El amor llamó dos veces (1943) and El doctor satánico (1943). She rose to featured and co-star status in such lightweight Columbia films as Por querer ser estrella (1943), Footlight Glamour (1943) and Saddles and Sagebrush (1943).Although Ann played devilish dames in El código del terror (1944), Apology for Murder (1945) and La última jornada (1946), it was venomous Vera, the blackmailing, tough-talking, cigarette-dangling, good-for-nothing who bullies hapless wanna-be tough-guy musician (Tom Neal) into her schemes in Peligros del destino (1945) that truly summed up her “bad girl” charisma.

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