Who was Sue Ane Langdon?
Sue Ane Langdon is an American actress. She has appeared in dozens of television series and had featured roles in films like A Guide for the Married Man and The Cheyenne Social Club, both directed by Gene Kelly, as well as The Rounders opposite Henry Fonda and Glenn Ford and a pair of Elvis Presley movies, Roustabout and Frankie and Johnny.
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Sue Ane Langdon Biography, Wikipedia
Langdon was born 8 March 1936 in Paterson, New Jersey, to Albert G. Lookhoff and Grace an operatic soprano. Sue Ane was enrolled at the University of North Texas. She was also briefly enrolled full-time at Idaho State University.
She began her performing career singing at Radio City Music Hall and acting in stage productions. In the mid-1960s, she appeared in the Broadway musical The Apple Tree, which starred Alan Alda. Her co-starring role on the television series Arnie won her a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Television.
In 1976, she appeared in Hello Dolly at The Little Theatre on the Square. In 1978, she appeared in Chicago for Kenley Players in Columbus, Ohio. She was featured mainly in comedies as well as in an occasional dramatic film.
|Born||8 March 1936 (age 86 years), |
Paterson, New Jersey, United States
|Spouse(s)||Jack Emrek (m. 1959; died 2010)|
Sue Ane Langdon Career
Sue Ane Langdon’s film debut came in The Great Impostor (1961), starring Tony Curtis. Langdon went on to have leading roles in films such as The Rounders (1965), Hold On! (1966), A Guide for the Married Man (1967), A Man Called Dagger (1967), The Cheyenne Social Club (1970), and A Fine Madness (1966) which led to her posing nude for Playboy magazine. In 1966, United Artists Pictures released Frankie and Johnny in which Langdon co-starred along with Elvis Presley, Donna Douglas and Harry Morgan. Her later films included The Evictors (1979), Without Warning (1980), Zapped! (1982), UHF (1989) and Zapped Again! (1990).
Langdon’s first regular role on network series television came as the third actress to play Alice Kramden in Jackie Gleason’s The Honeymooners sketches and shows. Preceded by Pert Kelton and Audrey Meadows and followed by Sheila MacRae and Meadows again, she shared a Life magazine cover with Gleason promoting his 1962 return to weekly variety television.
A premature departure from the role following a brief four week run left her mark on the American Scene Magazine era of Gleason’s career a small one at best. The press reported at the time “incompatible personality differences” between her and “The Great One”. Four years later MacRae took over the role for the color, hour-long musical versions.
Langdon was presented one of the Golden Boot Awards in 2003 for her contribution to television and cinema westerns.
Sue Ane Langdon Personal Life
Sue Ane Langdon married Jack Emrek on April 4, 1959 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The couple remained married until his death on April 27, 2010, in Calabasas, California. Emrek was a motion picture, stage and television director. The couple had no children.
Who was Sue Ane Langdon?
Sue Ane Langdon is an American actress. She has appeared in dozens of television series.
How old was Sue Ane Langdon?
86 years old.
What was Sue Ane Langdon Net Worth?
Sue Ane Langdon has around $3 million.
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