Alice Pearce

Alice Pearce
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Alice Pearce Biography

Alicia “Alice” Pearce (October 16, 1917 - March 3, 1966) was an American Emmy Award winning television, film, and stage actress.

Frank Sinatra, Pearce, Jules Munshin, Gene Kelly, Betty Garrett and Ann Miller in the film version of On the Town (1949)

Born in New York City, Pearce was educated in Europe and returned to the US as an adult. She began working in nightclubs as a comedian and was cast in the Broadway production of On the Town. Gene Kelly was so impressed by her that she became the only cast member to be included in the film version in 1949. Her comedic performance was well received by critics and public alike, and she was given her own television variety show. More movie roles followed, and she made appearances on Broadway, where she met her husband director Paul Davis during a production of Bells Are Ringing. Read Full Bio >>

Alice Pearce Awards

2008 TV Land Awards Neighbor You Try to Avoid "Bewitched" (1964). Won
2005 TV Land Awards Favorite Nosy Neighbor "Bewitched" (1964). Won
2003 TV Land Awards Nosiest Neighbor "Bewitched" (1964). Won
1966 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Comedy "Bewitched" (1964). Won