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Margaret Field (born Margaret Morlan, May 10, 1923) is a former American film actress.

Born in Houston, Texas, Field was discovered by talent scout Milton Lewis for Paramount Pictures. Following a successful screen test, she was offered an 18-month contract. She then attended Pasadena Junior College, studying voice training and acting. She appeared in television Westerns including Wagon Train, The Virginian and The Range Rider. She also appeared in the science fiction films Captive Women and The Man from Planet X.

She married Richard Dryden Field, an Army officer, and had two children by him: future actress Sally Field and Richard Field. The Fields divorced in 1950, and Margaret married actor Jock Mahoney, thereafter acting as Maggie Mahoney. She and Mahoney had a daughter, Princess. When her daughter Sally turned 13, Margaret virtually ended her acting career to focus on her family.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Margaret Field, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Margaret Field (born Margaret Morlan, May 10, 1923) is a former American film actress.

Born in Houston, Texas, Field was discovered by talent scout Milton Lewis for Paramount Pictures. Following a successful screen test, she was offered an 18-month contract. She then attended Pasadena Junior College, studying voice training and acting. She appeared in television Westerns including Wagon Train, The Virginian and The Range Rider. She also appeared in the science fiction films Captive Women and The Man from Planet X.

She married Richard Dryden Field, an Army officer, and had two children by him: future actress Sally Field and Richard Field. The Fields divorced in 1950, and Margaret married actor Jock Mahoney, thereafter acting as Maggie Mahoney. She and Mahoney had a daughter, Princess. When her daughter Sally turned 13, Margaret virtually ended her acting career to focus on her family.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Margaret Field, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 40

Birthday 1922-05-10

Day of Death 2011-11-06

Place of Birth Houston, Texas, United States

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

1969 To Rome with Love (1 episode)
1968 Adam-12 (1 episode)
1965 The F.B.I. (1 episode)
1960 My Three Sons (1 episode)
1959 The Rebel (1 episode)
1959 The Twilight Zone (1 episode)
1959 Tightrope (1 episode)
1958 Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (1 episode)
1958 Yancy Derringer (2 episodes)
1958 Cool and Lam as Marion Dunton (as Maggie Mahoney)
1957 Slim Carter as Hat Check Girl (as Maggie Mahoney)
1957 The Walter Winchell File (1 episode)
1957 Perry Mason (2 episodes)
1957 M Squad (2 episodes)
1956 Blackjack Ketchum Desperado as Nita Riordan
1956 Inside Detroit as Barbara Linden
1955 Navy Log (1 episode)
1955 Kings Row (1 episode)
1954 Climax! (1 episode)
1954 Studio 57 (1 episode)
1954 The Whistler (2 episodes)
1953 Letter to Loretta (2 episodes)
1953 So This Is Love as Edna Wallace
1952 The Raiders as Mary Morrell
1952 Captive Women as Ruth
1952 Cavalcade of America (1 episode)
1952 For Men Only as Julie Brice
1951 Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (6 episodes)
1951 Yukon Manhunt as Polly Kaufman
1951 The Dakota Kid as Mary Lewis
1951 Racket Squad (1 episode)
1951 The Man from Planet X as Enid Elliot
1950 Lux Video Theatre (1 episode)
1950 It's a Small World as Janie at Age 16
1949 My Friend Irma as Alice
1948 Night Has a Thousand Eyes as Agnes (uncredited)
1948 Beyond Glory as Cora
1948 The Big Clock as Second Secretary
1947 The Perils of Pauline as Juliet in Show (uncredited)
1947 Welcome Stranger as Photo of Cousin Hattie (uncredited)

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