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Annie Fargé is a French-born American actress, who garnered fame in 1961, when she was named "most promising new star in a situation comedy". when she costarred with Marshall Thompson, Doris Singleton, and Don Keefer in CBS's Angel.
Fargé played Angelique "Angel" Smith, the young, pretty, scatterbrained wife of an American architect, John Smith, portrayed by Marshall Thompson. Singleton was her sympathetic neighbor Susie, and Keefer was Susie's husband George. The program was filmed at Desilu Studios under producers Jess Oppenheimer and Edward H. Feldman. Prior to the debut of Angel on October 6, 1960, Fargé had made no previous acting appearances. The series ran for thirty-three episodes, with new segments until May 10, 1961.
After Angel folded because of low ratings on Thursday evenings, having lost out to My Three Sons starring Fred MacMurray, Fargé appeared as a guest star in a few other series, including Jennifer in "The Princess" on The Rifleman with Chuck Connors (1962) and as Suzanne in "Policeman's Holiday" on Adventures in Paradise with Gardner McKay (1962), both on ABC. Her last television appearance was in CBS's "The Case of the Betrayed Bride" on Perry Mason (1964). 
On November 30, 1960, she appeared as herself on CBS's I've Got a Secret, hosted by Garry Moore. That appearance came shortly after the premiere of Angel. In August 1961, Fargé joined actor Howard Duff in the play For Love or Money by F. Hugh Herbert at the Colonie Summer Theatre in Latham, New York.
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