Barbara Bain

as The Mother in the movie Animals with the Tollkeeper

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Real name is Fogel, Millicent
Was born at 13 September 1931 (now is 87 years old) in Chicago, Illinois, USA

Barbara Bain was born in Chicago, graduating from the University ofIllinois with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology. She then relocated toNew York City where she gained work as a dancer and high-fashion model. Ms. Bain studied with 'Martha Graham' , permanently cementing herlove of dance; however, it was with 'Lee Strasberg' at theprestigious Actors Studio that she discovered her true first love -acting.

She is probably best known for her work in the landmarktelevision series "Mission: Impossible" (1966) , created by'Bruce Geller (I)' , where she created the pivotal role ofImpossible Missions Force Agent "Cinnamon Carter", and, in the process,became the first actress in the history of television to receive threeconsecutive Emmy Awards for Best Dramatic Actress. Ms. Bain followedwith the role of "Dr. Helena Russell" in the now classic Britishsyndicated science fiction television series "Space: 1999" (1975) , created by 'Gerry Anderson (I)' and'Sylvia Anderson (I)' . Her stage work has garnered her Los AngelesCritic's Circle and DramaLogue Awards for her work on'Arthur Kopit' 's "Wings", 'Samuel Beckett' 's "Happy Days" and'Eugène Ionesco' 's "The Chairs".

Ms. Bain has worked on behalf ofnumerous charitable causes and is the founder of the Screen ActorsGuild's "BookPals" Program which currently has some 300 of hercolleagues reading to children in Los Angeles schools. Following thesuccess of the program there, she helped the program to develop inother major cities throughout North America. .

There is some small facts about Barbara Bain:
  • Mother of 'Juliet Landau' and 'Susan Landau Finch (I)'
  • The first actress in the history of television to be awarded three consecutive Emmy Awards (1967, 1968, 1969).
  • Presented with the California Lottery's "Hero in Education" Award by actor 'Kurtwood Smith' on "The Big Spin" show on December 18, 2004. The award was for creating an all-volunteer literacy program called "Bookpals" twelve years ago that has now expanded to 21 cities, where over 100,000 children are currently read to each week.
  • Best remembered by the public for her role as "Cinnamon Carter" on "Mission: Impossible" (1966) .
  • Took classes with 'Lee Strasberg' at The Actor's Studio, where she met her future husband, 'Martin Landau' . The couple married in 1957 and eventually relocated to Los Angeles.
  • Studied dance under 'Martha Graham' and worked as a fashion model after moving to New York City.
  • Born in a car en route to the maternity hospital in Chicago.
  • Mother-in-law of 'Roy Finch (I)' .
  • Lifetime Member of the prestigious Actors Studio.
  • Both she and her Husband Martin Landau starred in Mission Impossible from 1966 to 1969.
  • (January 2007) Has resided on one of "The Bird Streets" in the Hollywood Hills for decades.
  • (August 2012) Now lives in the Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles.
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There is the list of movies, where Barbara Bain was taked part:
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1 Animals with the Tollkeeper movie Animals with the Tollkeeper 1998 as The Mother
2 Adventures in Paradise movie Adventures in Paradise 1959 as Martha Peterson
3 The Jonathan Winters Show movie The Jonathan Winters Show 1967 as Herself - Guest
4 The Mike Douglas Show movie The Mike Douglas Show 1961 as Herself - Actress
5 The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour movie The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour 1967 as Herself
6 Ben Casey movie Ben Casey 1961 as Tutor
7 10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards movie 10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2004 as Herself
8 12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards movie 12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2006 as Herself
9 7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards movie 7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2001 as Herself
10 A Summer Without Boys movie A Summer Without Boys 1973 as Ellen Hailey
11 Alien Attack movie Alien Attack 1976 as Dr. Helena Russell
12 American Gun movie American Gun 2002 as Anne Tillman
13 Bel Air movie Bel Air 2000 as Agnes
14 Cosmic Princess movie Cosmic Princess 1982 as Dr. Helena Russell
15 Destination Moonbase-Alpha movie Destination Moonbase-Alpha 1978 as Dr. Helena Russell
16 Dry Martini movie Dry Martini 1998 as Madame Richaud
17 Gala Opening of the American Ballet Theater movie Gala Opening of the American Ballet Theater 1984 as Herself
18 Ghost Stories movie Ghost Stories 2010 as Marge
19 Gideon movie Gideon 1998 as Sarah
20 Goodnight, My Love movie Goodnight, My Love 1972 as Susan Lakely
21 Haunted Echoes movie Haunted Echoes 2008 as Lenore Gitchell
22 Icebergs: The Secret Life of a Refrigerator movie Icebergs: The Secret Life of a Refrigerator 1998 as Audrey
23 In the Mix movie In the Mix 2009 as Ms. Crump
24 Journey Through the Black Sun movie Journey Through the Black Sun 1976 as Dr. Helena Russell
25 Lost Music movie Lost Music 2014 as Roxanne
26 Match Made movie Match Made 2012 as Meredith
27 Mission Impossible Versus the Mob movie Mission Impossible Versus the Mob 1969 as Cinnamon Carter
28 Murder Once Removed movie Murder Once Removed 1971 as Lisa Manning
29 Nothing Special movie Nothing Special 2010 as Catherine
30 Pacific Edge movie Pacific Edge 2015 as Coral
31 Panic movie Panic 2000 as Deidre
32 Platform Six movie Platform Six 1997 as Madame Harwin
33 Political Disasters movie Political Disasters 2009 as Elizabeth
34 Savage movie Savage 1973 as Gail Abbott
35 Silver Skies movie Silver Skies 2014 as Eve
36 Skinheads movie Skinheads 1989 as Martha
37 Space: 1899 movie Space: 1899 2004 as Dr. Helena Russell
38 The Space: 1999 Documentary movie The Space: 1999 Documentary 1996 as Herself
39 The 14th Annual Women in Film Crystal Awards movie The 14th Annual Women in Film Crystal Awards 1990 as Herself
40 The 1th Annual Minority Motion Picture Awards movie The 1th Annual Minority Motion Picture Awards 1993 as Herself
There is the list of interview of Barbara Bain:
  • "Entrevue" (France), May 1999, Iss. 82, pg. 36-37, by: Nadine Blanc, "Si C'etait a Refaire"
  • "TV Guide" (USA), 8 November 1997, Vol. 45, Iss. 45, pg. 24-27, by: Ted Johnson, "Wry Spies"
There is the list of some quotes of Barbara Bain:
  • I had a long experience with marriage, half good and half not so good. So it's enough.
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