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L-R: Christine White and Jenny Maxwell in TV's Ichabod and Me ()
|Born||Christine Lamson White|
Washington, D.C., USA
|Died||April 14, () (aged86)|
Washington, D.C., USA
Christine Lamson White (May 4, – April 14, ) was an American actress, most noted for her role in the television show Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20, Feet".
White was born in Washington, D.C.
to parents Lucia W. and James Andrew White. While studying English at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill she began acting in plays. After earning her degree in English, she earned a master's degree in speech and drama from Catholic University.
She also studied at the Actors Studio and eventually moved to New York to further her theatrical career.
White was active in summer stock theatre, including work at the Cape Cod Playhouse.
She was named Most Outstanding Actress at CCP for her portrayal of Millie in Picnic.
Inshe replaced Shelley Winters in the Broadway production of A Hatful of Rain after Winters broke her ankle.
By the s, White had left her home in New York City and relocated to Los Angeles, where she began to appear in television shows.
Her first role was in in the series The Web, and she also starred in the horror film Macabre (), directed by William Castle.
Over the course of her year career she played in over 50 television shows, including Bonanza, Have Gun – Will Travel, Perry Mason in the Case of the Blushing Pearls, The Rifleman, The Loretta Young Show, The Untouchables, and Father Knows Best.
Her most popular role was alongside William Shatner in the iconic Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20, Feet", where she portrayed "Julia Wilson", the wife of "Bob Wilson" (Shatner). White was a regular in the CBS situation comedy Ichabod and Me ().
White co-starred in Man Crazy (). She also had a small role in the Dirty Harry film Magnum Force (), playing Carol McCoy, wife of a motorcycle cop on the brink of a nervous breakdown.
White reportedly had "a brief love affair" with actor James Dean.
White died on April 14,at a nursing home in Washington D.C. Her survivors included a number of nieces and nephews. When informed of her death, William Shatner sent out a tweet saying that he was thinking of her family.
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