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Audrey Totter was an MGM contract player who made a name for herself in some of the studio's films during the mid- to late-1940s. Usually, she was assigned to parts in noir-- and notable works included THE LADY IN THE LAKE, directed by costar Robert Montgomery; and THE HIGH WALL, a psychologically-tinged suspense drama that paired the actress with Robert Taylor. Another stand-out role occurred on loan out to RKO, where she played the wife of boxer Robert Ryan in Robert Wise's THE SET-UP. By the early 50s, she had left MGM and was freelancing at Columbia and Fox. She turned up in the war drama MISSION OVER KOREA with other former MGM stars like John Hodiak and Maureen O'Sullivan. By the middle part of the decade, with her film career in decline, she began taking roles on television. She found supporting parts in series during the late 50s and early 60s. In the 1970s, she experienced a slight resurgence with a continuing role on the hit drama Medical Center.
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