Elizabeth Montgomery: star of “Bewitched”. Daughter of actor Robert Montgomery and stage actress Elizabeth Allen, her first TV work came in 1951 as a summer repertory player on her father’s “Robert Montgomery Presents.” Thirteen years later she had perfected her craft to the point where she was a convincing, otherworldly Samantha Stephens, the crafty, always entertaining heroine of “Bewitched.” But she was not the prototypal hag with a cackling voice and a wart on her nose. Instead, she was stylishly clad, impeccably groomed and a cunning sophisticate.After Samantha and her clan left the airways, Miss Montgomery made a dramatic metamorphosis and ended her career portraying deadly killers, hardened women or hapless victims. She had given some hint of her diversity before triumphing in the popular TV series. Early in her career she had parts in several seminal TV dramatic series: “Studio One,” “The Twilight Zone,” “Kraft Theatre,” “General Electric Theatre,” “Alcoa Presents” and “Armstrong Circle Theatre.” She also was on Broadway in “The Loud Red Patrick” and “Late Love” and she received the Theatre World Award for most promising newcomer in the 1953-54 season. “Bewitched” ran from 1964 to 1972, garnered several Emmys, beguiled the nation and became the most successful series ABC had produced up to that time.
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