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Audra Lindley was an American actress born and raised in Los Angeles, California, the United States.
This American actress appeared in several Hollywood films and television series. She appeared in several Broadway plays, too. Audra was born into a show business family.
She passed away in 1997, and her ashes were buried near the graves of her parents in Santa Monica, California.
The net worth of American actress Audra Lindley was estimated to be around $1.5 million. She earned most of this net worth throughout her entire career as an actress in the Hollywood industry.
The annual income of Audra Lindley was unknown.
The TV actress Audra Lindley was 5 ft 8 in (173 cm) tall.
Audra Lindley died on October 16, 1997. Audra was 79 years old at the time of her death.
Audra Lindley was born on September 24, 1918. Audra's place of birth was Los Angeles, California, in the United States. Her father, Herbert Maxwell Lindley, was a stage and film actor. Her mother's name was Elizabeth Frances Fisher.
At the age of 15, Audra Lindley quit school. She started her career in Hollywood at a young age. She did stunt work and served as a contract player with Warner Brothers.
In 1943, Audra Lindley moved to New York to work in theater. She served as a Broadway actress before getting a role in the soap opera.
In 1943, TV actress Audra Lindley was married to her first partner Hardy Ulm. The couple was blessed with five children. However, Hardly Ulm passed away in 1970.
In 1972, she was married to American actor James Whitmore. However, this couple separated in 1979.
As of 2021, three of her five kids are living - Dr. Elizabeth Blalock, Alice Ulm, and William Ulm.
Audra Lindley was best-known for appearances as Helen Roper in the sitcom 'Three's Company' (1976, 1977 - 1979) and its spin-off show 'The Ropers' (1979, 1979 - 1980). The role of Helen Roper will be remembered forever.
During her twenties, she worked in plays, namely ‘On Golden Pond', ‘Long Day Journey's Into Night', ‘Playhouse 70', and ‘Horse Heavens'.
In 1941, she acted in three films: ' Manpower', 'One Foot In Heaven', and 'Dangerously They Live'. The following year, she appeared in 'The Male Animal'.
From 1971 - 1979, Audra Lindley acted in three film roles: Ann Lockston in 'Taking Off' (1971), Mrs. Corcoran in 'The Heartbreak Kid' (1972), and Cell Ryder in When You Coming Back, Red Ryder?' (1979). Audra Lindley did a cameo appearance in 'The Love Boat' (1977, 1978, 1979, and 1981).
From 1982 - 1989, she acted in five films with roles, namely as Fauna Flood in 'Cannery Row' (1982), Ann Babson in 'Best Friends' (1982), Frances Parker in 'Desert Hearts' (1985), Mrs. White in 'Spellbinder' (1988), and Frances Temple in 'Troop Beverly Hills' (1989).
From 1994 - 1997, Audra Lindley acted in four films, namely as Sandi Rego in 'The New Age' (1994), Mrs. Ferrara in 'Sudden Death', Blanche Gaskins in 'Shoot the Moon' (1996), and Dr. Matilda Zwiezic in 'The Relic' (1997).
In 1973, Audra Lindley was nominated for Golden Globes Award for her performance in 'Bridget Loves Bernie' (1972) in Best Supporting Actress (Television) category. Later, in 1979, she was again nominated for the same award for her appearance in 'Three's Company' (1976) under Best Actress In A Supporting Role (Television series).
In 2004, Audra Lindley was nominated for the TV Land Award for her role in 'Three's Company' (1976) under the category of Favorite Cantankerous Couple.
At a very young age, Audra Lindley dreamed of becoming an actress. She started her career as a contract player with Warner Brothers.
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