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Augusta Dabney

Augusta Dabney

Show Count: 15
Series Count: 0
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Born: October 23, 1918
Old Time Radio, Berkeley, California, USA
Died: February 4, 2008, Dobbs Ferry, New York, USA
An American actress known for her role as Isabelle Alden on the daytime series Loving. She played the role from 1983 to 1987, from 1988 to 1991, and again from 1994 to 1995.

In the early days of live television, she appeared in numerous episodes of such anthology drama series as Studio OneKraft Television Theatre, and Robert Montgomery Presents. In addition to her role on Loving, she had roles on numerous other daytime soaps, including Young Dr. MaloneAnother WorldAs the World TurnsLove is a Many-Splendored ThingA World ApartGuiding Light,General Hospital, and The Doctors.

Dabney was married twice. Her first husband was actor Kevin McCarthy, with whom she had three children. They were married in 1941 and divorced in 1961. She was therefore sister-in-law to writer Mary McCarthy during this marriage. Her second husband was actorWilliam Prince. They were married from 1964 until his death in 1996. Dabney and Prince appeared together on at least four soaps:Young Dr. Malone (before their marriage), Another WorldAs the World Turns, and A World Apart. They also appeared together in one film, The Paper (1994), where they portrayed a married couple (the parents of the lead character, Henry Hackett, played by Michael Keaton).

Dabney's last performance was on an episode of 100 Centre Street (2001).


Source: Wikipedia

Broadcast: 5th March 1965
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Broadcast: 22nd August 1974
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Broadcast: 25th September 1974
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Broadcast: December 28, 1964
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Broadcast: 23rd April 1974
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Broadcast: 21st March 1975
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Broadcast: 6th May 1965
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Broadcast: 4th December 1964
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Broadcast: 18th November 1974
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Broadcast: 27th February 1975
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Broadcast: 18th May 1975
Added: Mar 16 2014