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  • The Savage Is Loose

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  • The Day of the Dolphin

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Trish VanDevere Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Mar 9, 1943
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001
  • Birth Name: Patricia Dressel

Trained for a theatrical career at Ohio Wesleyan University, actress Trish Van Devere made her off-Broadway bow in 1967. She polished her craft on such TV daytime dramas as [[Feature~V33418~Search for Tomorrow~motherlode]] (as Patty Barron) and One Life to Live (as Meredith Lord), then made her movie debut in [[Feature~V98622~The Landlord~thelandlord]] (1970). Critics predicted a rosy professional future for Van Devere after her impressive starring appearance in the 1972 film [[Feature~V104850~One is a Lonely Number.~oneisalonelynumber]] That same year, she became the fifth wife of actor George C. Scott, whom she met on the set of [[Feature~V98791~The Last Run~thelastrun]] (1971). Thereafter, with rare exceptions, she was nearly always paired with Scott on screen ([[Feature~V12622~Day of the Dolphin,~thedayofthedolphin]] [[Feature~V42999~The Savage is Loose,~thesavageisloose]] [[Feature~V33541~Movie Movie,~moviemovie]] The Changeling), on television (1976's [[Feature~V145774~Beauty and the Beast~beautyandthebeast]]) and on stage (Sly Fox, also 1976). As Scott cut down his movie workload, she began accepting assignments in such turkeys as [[Feature~V63311~Hollywood Vice Squad~hollywoodvicesquad]] (1986) and [[Feature~V32307~Messenger of Death~messengerofdeath]] (1988). While her film career hasn't lived up to its potential, Trish Van Devere has continued appearing with honor and distinction on stage. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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