Amanda Blake Bio

(Actress)

Relationship Statistics of Amanda Blake

What is Amanda Blake marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce): Single
How many children does Amanda Blake have ? (name): None
Is Amanda Blake having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Amanda Blake lesbian ?: No

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Amanda Blake was married a total of four times in her career. She was married to Don Whitman from 22 August 1954 to 21 August 1956. In addition, from 15 August 1964 to 28 June 1967, she was married to Jason Seymour Day Jr.

Blake married Frank Gilbert on 30 June 1967. They later separated in 1982. She was married to Mark Edward Spaeth from 28 April 1984 until Edward’s death on 27 May 1985.

Who was Amanda Blake?

Amanda Blake was an American actress. People mostly know her for the role of Miss Kitty Russell on the television series ‘Gunsmoke’. Additionally, she was also an animal welfare activist.

Amanda Blake’s Early Life, Childhood, and Education

Blake was born in Buffalo, New York on February 20, 1929. She was born to parents Jesse and Louise Neill. Additionally, she was interested in the world of acting since her childhood years. She was of American nationality. Furthermore, no details are available about her ethnic background.

Talking about her education, Blake attended Amherst Central High School.

Amanda Blake’s Career, Salary, Net Worth

Blake initially appeared as Faith Radmore Samuels in ‘Stars in My Crown’. In 1950, she had the role as Linda Kinston in ‘Duchess of Idaho’. Additionally, she also appeared as Karen Michelle in ‘Counterspy Meets Scotland Yard’. In 1951, Blake had roles in ‘Smuggler’s Gold’, ‘China Corsair’, ‘Never Trust a Gambler’, and ‘The Family Secret’. Since then, she appeared in numerous other movies and television series. All in all, she had over 40 credits as an actress.

Some other movies and television series that Blake had appeared in are ‘Dragnet’, ‘B.O.R.N.’, ‘The Boost’, ‘Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge’, ‘Brothers’, ‘Hart to Hart’, ‘The Love Boat’, ‘The Quest’, ‘Betrayal’, ‘The Edge of Night’, ‘Clown Alley’, ‘The Red Skelton Hour’, ‘General Electric Theater’, ‘Steve Canyon’, ‘Studio One in Hollywood’, ‘State Trooper’, ‘Alfred Hitchcock Presents’, ‘High Society’, ‘The Glass Slipper’, ‘Miss Robin Crusoe’, and ‘The Adventures of Hajji Baba’ among others. Apart from her work in movies and television, Blake also worked in several animal welfare projects. In 1977, she had surgery for oral cancer. She died on August 16, 1989, at Mercy General Hospital at age 60. Later, it was reported that she had died of AIDS.

Blake garnered three Golden Globe Award nominations. Furthermore, she also received Primetime Emmy nomination in 1959.

Blake had a net worth of around $ 500 thousand at the time of her death.

Amanda Blake’s Rumors, Controversy

Blake was not involved in any notable controversies in her career. Her death, however, was controversial after it was revealed that she had actually died of AIDS.

Amanda Blake’s Body Measurement

Talking about her body measurement, Blake had a height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m). Additionally, her hair color was dark brown and her eye color was blue.

Amanda Blake’s Social Media

Blake was not active on social media sites.

References: (cbsnews.com, nytimes.com)

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