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Mrs. Willson (Dennis The Menace TV Series)
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Field began appearing in guest spots in television in the late 1940s. In 1949, she starred in a locally-produced sitcom about her life, The Truex Family. In 1952, she landed the role of Mrs. Remington the sitcom in Mr. Peepers. The show, which aired until 1955, co-starred Field's real-life husband Ernest Truex. After the end of Mr. Peepers, Field continued to guest star in episodic television, including roles on Producers' Showcase, Star Tonight, General Electric Theater, and The Ann Sothern Show.
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Sylvia Field (February 28, 1901 – July 31, 1998) was an American actress whose career encompassed performances on stage, screen, and TV. She was best known for playing the understanding Mrs. Martha Wilson on the television sitcom Dennis the Menace on CBS from 1959 to 1962.
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passed away on 31st Jul 1998 aged 97. |||
Sylvia Field passed away on 31st Jul 1998 aged 97.
Sylvia Field was in a relationship with Ernest Truex.
Sylvia Field had a son named Barry.
Sylvia Field is a 97 year old American Actress. Born Harriet Johnson on 28th February, 1901 in Allston, Massachusetts, she is famous for Mrs. Willson (Dennis The Menace TV Series) in a career that spans 1918–1975. Her zodiac sign is Pisces.
Sylvia Field is a member of the following lists:
Actresses from Boston, Massachusetts,
Actresses from Los Angeles, California and
20th-century American actresses.
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