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Los Angeles, California, USA
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Night of the Blood Beast (1958)
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Angela Katherine Williams
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In films from 1946, blonde American actress Angela Greene alternated between standard heroines and brassy good-time girls. Her co-stars included Martin and Lewis in At War With the Army (1950), Johnny Weissmuller in Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land (1951), and the Bowery Boys in Loose in London (1954). Active at least until 1976, she was one of Elvis Presley's amours in Tickle Me (1965) and essayed a supporting role in Futureworld (1975). Reportedly, one of Angela Greene's paintings was utilized in the 1982 animated feature Plague Dogs.
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==Angela Greene== Actress - ===Date of Birth=== 24 February 1921, Dublin, Ireland
===Date of Death=== 9 February 1978, Los Angeles, California, USA (stroke)
===Birth Name=== Angela Katherine Greene
===Mini Bio (1)=== Angela Greene was born on February 24, 1921 in Dublin, Ireland as Angela Katherine Greene. She was an actress, known for [[Futureworld]] (1976), [[Night of the Blood Beast]] (1958) and [[At War with the Army]] (1950). She was married to Stuart Warren Martin. She died on February 9, 1978 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
===Spouse (1)=== Stuart Warren Martin (7 December 1946 - 9 February 1978) (her death) (3 children)
===One of Jack Kennedy's=== girlfriends during the early 40s.
===One-time Powers model=== and "Miss Rheingold" 1941.
===On the cover of=== The Saturday Evening Post by Norman Rockwell in 1941. On the cover of Yank magazine, 14th July 1944.
==Angela Greene== Actress. Gorgeous, Irish-born screen personality. In films from 1943, she usually played decorative leads in B pictures and aggressive party girls in A's. Despite her looks and talent, Greene was too independent-minded for a starring career in Hollywood. She once turned down a Paramount contract because she objected to being called a "starlet", claiming, "Girls given that label get stuck with bit parts, pin ups, and wolves". She nevertheless amassed a respectable resume, including the films "Hollywood Canteen" (1944), "Mildred Pierce" (1945), "At War with the Army" (1950), "The Lady Wants Mink" (1953), "Affair in Reno" (1957), "Night of the Blood Beast" (1958), "Tickle Me" (1965), "The Day of the Locust" (1975), and "Futureworld" (1976), and dozens of appearances in such TV shows as "Topper", "The Cisco Kid", "The Donna Reed Show", "Alfred Hitchcock Presents", "77 Sunset Strip", "Batman", "Marcus Welby, MD", "The Waltons", and "Baretta". Angela Catherine Greene was born in Dublin, and raised in Queens, New York. Starting out as a model, she became a popular World War II pin-up girl and her bikini-clad image graced the nose of the US bomber Skipper 2, which flew 25 missions over North Africa and Europe. She dated naval lieutenant John F. Kennedy before marrying businessman Stuart Martin in 1946. They had three children. For years the couple were prominent figures in Tinseltown society and their rocky union was often fodder for the gossip columns. Greene later took up painting seriously and had several exhibitions of her work. One of her canvases was reportedly used in the animated feature "Plague Dogs" (1982). She died of a stroke at 56. (bio by: Bobb Edwards)
==Angela Katherine Greene== (Dublin, 24 February 1921 – Los Angeles, 9 February 1978) was an Irish actress. (The reference Celebrities in Los Angeles Cemeteries: A Directory gives 4 February 1921 as her date of birth.)
===Before becoming an actress===, Greene was a model for the John Robert Powers agency.
===Born as Angela Catherine Williams===, she was the only daughter of Margaret and Joseph Williams. At the age of six, she was adopted by her uncle Eddie Greene, Margaret's brother, and moved to Flushing, Queens.
===Greene's films=== included Shotgun (1955), The Lady Wants Mink (1953), Love and Learn, and Hollywood Canteen (1944). She was known for Night of the Blood Beast (1958), Futureworld (1976) and At War with the Army (1950).
===After having dated=== naval lieutenant John F. Kennedy, she married Stuart Warren Martin on 7 December 1946. They divorced in 1975.
===Angela G. Martin=== died of a stroke, just two weeks before turning 57
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Angela Katherine Greene (Dublin, 24 February 1921 – Los Angeles, 9 February 1978) was an Irish actress. (The reference Celebrities in Los Angeles Cemeteries: A Directory gives 4 February 1921 as her date of birth.)
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