Maudie Prickett Bio & Wiki: Net Worth, Age, Height & Weight

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Biography

Maudie Prickett was a well-known American Character Actress. She has appeared in more than 300 Stage, Film and Television productions over a career spanning almost four decades. She made 36 appearances on the TV show Hazel starring Shirley Booth. She was on the sitcom in the recurring role of Rosie, the maid and friend of the title character. Another of Prickett's outstanding film portraits is a maid named Elsie at the Plaza Hotel in New York City in Alfred Hitchcock's Northwest in 1959. Prickett was also part of the western 1950s show The Adventures of Kit Carson and 26 Guys. Prickett also plays Alice MacAvity in the 1954 episode of the NBC Sitecom It's a Great Life, starring Frances Bavier. She was also a guest star at the 1957-1958 NBC Sitcom Sally, featuring Joan Caulfield, and at CBS Dennis the Menace, featuring Jay North.

Maudie Prickett Biography
Bio/Wiki
First NameMaudie
Last NamePrickett
ProfessionActor
Died14 April 1976
Birthday & Zodiac
Birth SignCapricorn
Birth DateOctober 25, 1914
BirthdayOctober 25
Birth PlacePortland
CountryUnited States

Career

  • Actress

Maudie Prickett Education

  • Unknown

Maudie Prickett Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Maudie Prickett was 62 years old. She was “5 Ft & 7 In” tall. She had 64 Kg weight. Her body measurements are not confirm yet. We will update you as soon as possible. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Height (Approx.)5 Ft 7 In
Weight (Approx.)64 Kg
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Maudie Prickett Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Filmography

  • Gold Mine in the Sky (1938) – Customer (uncredited)
  • Go West, Young Lady (1941) – Townswoman (uncredited)
  • Two-Fisted Stranger (1946) – Widow Simpson (uncredited)
  • The Fighting Frontiersman (1946) – Kate the Barber (uncredited)
  • Boston Blackie and the Law (1946) – Miss Burton, Librarian (uncredited)
  • The Lone Hand Texan (1947) – Hattie Hatfield (uncredited)
  • Time Out of Mind (1947) – Annie
  • Messenger of Peace (1947) – Matty Frommel
  • Song of Idaho (1948) – Millie (uncredited)
  • Eight-Ball Andy (1948) – Ruth Clyde
  • Whirlwind Raiders (1948) – Mrs. Wallace (uncredited)
  • Whiplash (1948) – Mrs. Gruman (uncredited)
  • One Sunday Afternoon (1948) – Woman Barber (uncredited)
  • The Fighting O'Flynn (1949) – Wife (uncredited)
  • Lust for Gold (1949) – Wife (uncredited)
  • Colorado Territory (1949) – Mrs. Wallace (uncredited)
  • Mr. Soft Touch (1949) – Ugly Old Maid Tenant (uncredited)
  • The Cowboy and the Indians (1949) – Ms. Summers (uncredited)
  • Abandoned (1949) – Nurse Ferris (uncredited)
  • The Inspector General (1949) – Townwoman (uncredited)
  • Montana (1950) – Rancher's Wife (uncredited)
  • No Sad Songs for Me (1950) – Anna, Woman at Train Depot (uncredited)
  • Beyond the Purple Hills (1950) – Agnes (uncredited)
  • No Way Out (1950) – Woman (uncredited)
  • Between Midnight and Dawn (1950) – Nagging Wife (uncredited)
  • Harvey (1950) – Elvira—Cook (uncredited)
  • Her First Romance (1951) – Miss Pond – Schoolteacher
  • The Model and the Marriage Broker (1951) – Delia Seaton (uncredited)
  • Pecos River (1951) – Stage Passenger (uncredited)
  • Belles on Their Toes (1952) – Lady with Fan (uncredited)
  • Wait till the Sun Shines, Nellie (1952) – Mrs. Burdge (uncredited)
  • Lost in Alaska (1952) – Woman in Window (uncredited)
  • The Trap-Hopalong Cassidy TV Series (1952) – Christine, wife of the President of the Cattlemen's Association
  • Monkey Business (1952) – Clerk (uncredited)
  • Something for the Birds (1952) – Woman with Vacuum Cleaner (uncredited)
  • Everything I Have Is Yours (1952) – Ella (uncredited)
  • Million Dollar Mermaid (1952) – Grace – Nurse / Receptionist (uncredited)
  • Stars and Stripes Forever (1952) – Thelma – Sousa's Maid (uncredited)
  • Man in the Dark (1953) – Nurse Receptionist (uncredited)
  • Scandal at Scourie (1953) – Mrs. Holahan (uncredited)
  • Hannah Lee: An American Primitive (1953) – Mrs. Miller (uncredited)
  • No Escape (1953) – Bookstore Clerk
  • City of Bad Men (1953) – Indignant Townswoman (uncredited)
  • Hot News (1953) – Screaming Woman (uncredited)
  • Gun Fury (1953) – Mrs. Rogers (uncredited)
  • Wyoming Renegades (1954) – Mrs. Argyle (uncredited)
  • Woman's World (1954) – Mother (uncredited)
  • Deep in My Heart (1954) – Lodge Manager (uncredited)
  • A Man Called Peter (1955) – Mrs. Pike (uncredited)
  • Man with the Gun (1955) – Mrs. Elderhorn (uncredited)
  • Good Morning, Miss Dove (1955) – Miss Rice (uncredited)
  • Navy Wife (1956) – Nurse (uncredited)
  • The Phantom Stagecoach (1957) – Mrs. Wiggins
  • Kiss Them for Me (1957) – Chief Nurse (uncredited)
  • Thundering Jets (1958) – Mrs. Blocher
  • The Legend of Tom Dooley (1959) – 2nd Old Maid (uncredited)
  • North by Northwest (1959) – Elsie, the maid (uncredited)
  • The Big Fisherman (1959) – Perturbed Mother (uncredited)
  • The Absent Minded Professor (1961) – Woman in Street Interviewee (uncredited)
  • Joy in the Morning (1965) – Saleslady (uncredited)
  • I'll Take Sweden (1965) – Spinster
  • The Gnome-Mobile (1967) – Katie Barrett
  • With Six You Get Eggroll (1968) – Party Guest (uncredited)
  • Sweet Charity (1969) – Nurse on Bridge (uncredited)
  • Rascal (1969) – Miss Pince-nez (uncredited)
  • The Maltese Bippy (1969) – Mrs. Potter

Family & Relatives

  • Maudie had been married three times. Her first marriage was in 1941 with Charles Fillmore Prickett II, co-founder and general manager of the Pasadena Playhouse, with whom she had two children.
  • In 1961, seven years after her first husband died, she married Dr. Eakle W. Cartwright, a physician who died the following year.
  • Maudie's final marriage was with Cyril Bernard Cooper (1900–1971), who served as Mayor of Pasadena from 1968 to 1970.
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Association

  • Maudie Prickett was also a guest star at the 1957-1958 NBC Sitcom Sally, featuring Joan Caulfield, and at CBS Dennis the Menace, featuring Jay North.

Net Worth

Maudie Prickett was a well-known Actress. The main & primary source of her income comes from Acting. Let’s check how rich Maudie Prickett was in 1976?

Net Worth (1976)$1.5 Million
Annual SalaryUnder Review.
Income SourcePrimary Income source Acting(profession).
Maudie Prickett Net Worth

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