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Ann Codee in 1924
Ann Codee in 1924

Ann Codee (born Anna Marie Vannuefflin, 5 March 1890 – 18 May 1961) was a Belgian actress with numerous hit films on her résumé, such as Can-Can, Kiss Me Kate, and Interrupted Melody.[1] Born in Antwerp, Belgium, her name was sometimes found in newspapers as Anna Cody.[2]

Biography

Codee was born in Antwerp. She married actor Frank Orth around 1911. She and her husband toured American vaudeville in the 1910s and 1920s as the comedy act "Codee and Orth". The team made its film debut in 1929, appearing in a series of multilingual movie shorts. Thereafter, both Codee and Orth flourished as Hollywood character actors. Codee was seen in dozens of films as florists, music teachers, landladies, governesses and grandmothers. She played a variety of ethnic types, from the very French Mme. Poullard in Jezebel (1938) to the Gallic Tante Berthe in The Mummy's Curse (1941).

Codee's last film appearance was as a tight-corseted committeewoman in Can-Can (1960). Her career highlights include her part in the Natalie Wood film Kings Go Forth (1948) and the Oscar-nominated Ann Miller film Kiss Me Kate (1953). She also had an uncredited role as the biologist Dr. Dupree in the 1953 film The War of the Worlds.

She died of a heart attack in Los Angeles, California on May 18, 1961.

Partial filmography

References

  1. ^ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0168459/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm
  2. ^ "Fine Deal at Poli". The Scranton Republican. Pennsylvania, Scranton. March 30, 1920. p. 13. Retrieved January 6, 2017 – via Newspapers.com. open access

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