80 (passed away Jan. 2nd, 2011)
Feb. 20th, 1930
New Haven, Connecticut, USA
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Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Smith appeared in a 1953 episode of Kraft Television Theater titled "A Room and a Half". In 1957, she appeared in two films, The Bachelor Party with Don Murray and The Spirit of St. Louis with James Stewart.
Although she appeared primarily on television during the 1960s and 1970s, including as Norma Bartlett in The Fugitive episode "Goodbye my Love" in 1967, and a recurring role on The Bob Newhart Show during its initial season (1972–1973), she played Jack Lemmon's wife in the 1973 feature film Save the Tiger, for which Lemmon won an Oscar. Smith continued to appear in supporting roles on television and in films through the late 1990s. She played Doctor Sara Kingsley in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Unnatural Selection". Her final acting role was in the 1997 film Mad City starring Dustin Hoffman and John Travolta.
Smith, a diabetic for many years, died of heart failure on January 2, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.
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