Kathryn Leigh Scott

Kathryn Leigh Scott

Kathryn Leigh Scott is an American television and film actress who is best remembered for playing Maggie Evans, Josette DuPres Collins, Rachel Drummond, Lady Kitty Soames Hampshire, and Maggie Evans PT on Dark Shadows. Scott was born Marlene Kringstad in Robbinsdale, Minnesota in 1943. She is of Norwegian decent. Initially upon coming to New York City she worked as a Playboy bunny and changed her name to Kathryn Leigh Scott. In 1966, she was cast as Maggie Evans the waitress-turned-governess on the ABC-TV cult serial Dark Shadows. During her tenure at the show, she played Josette du Pres...
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Birthdate:January 29, 1943
Birthplace:Robbinsdale, Minnesota
Age:68
Height:5' 7"
Also known as:Kathryn Marlene Krigstad

Written works by Kathryn Leigh Scott

The Bunny years
The Bunny years
Genre:Sociology, Biography
Dark Shadows
Dark Shadows
Lobby Cards
Lobby Cards
Michael Hawks collection
Michael Hawks collection

Movies with appearances by Kathryn Leigh Scott

TitleReleasedRatedGenre
Parasomnia 2008 R (USA) Horror
Assassination 1987 PG-13 (USA) Thriller
The Last Days of Patton 1986 Biographical film
The Greek Tycoon 1978 R (USA) Drama
The Turn of the Screw 1974 Film adaptation
House of Dark Shadows 1970 Horror
Vintage Movie Classics: It's War 1943 Action
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TV appearances by Kathryn Leigh Scott

Philip Marlowe, Private Eye
Philip Marlowe, Private Eye
Series Aired: April 16, 1983 - June 3, 1986
Number of seasons:2
Genre:Mystery, Crime fiction
Network:HBO
Big Shamus, Little Shamus
Big Shamus, Little Shamus
Series Aired: September 29, 1979
Number of seasons:1
Dark Shadows
Dark Shadows
Series Aired: June 27, 1966 - April 2, 1971
Number of seasons:12
Genre:Fantasy, Soap opera, Horror

Places Kathryn Leigh Scott has lived

Map showing Places Lived by Kathryn Leigh Scott
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A Minnesota 5,197,621
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