Angela Clarke

Aug 14, 1912


American stage actress Angela Clarke entered films in 1949. Though only in her early 40s, Angela cornered the market in grey-haired matriarch roles, usually with accompanying ethnic accent. One of her best-remembered parts in this capacity was Harry Houdini's Jewish mama Mrs. Weiss in Houdini (1953). Clark also made a strong impression as Bob Hope's… More


Angela Clarke Videos

2 minutes 14 seconds
Memories Of Me
1 minutes 27 seconds
The Gunfighters
1 minutes 19 seconds
Beneath The 12-Mile Reef
2 minutes 33 seconds

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