Olive Deering Net Worth

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Olive Deering Net Worth is
$12 Million

Mini Biography

Olive Deering was created on Oct 11, 1918 in NEW YORK, NY, USA as Olive Corn. She was an celebrity, known for The Ten Commandments (1956), Samson and Delilah (1949) and Caged (1950). She was wedded to Leo Penn. She passed away on March 22, 1986 in NY.

Known for movies

1[on her stage, film and television roles] I enjoy them all in different ways; all of it is fun to me.
1Her two most famous film roles were featured in Cecil B. DeMille's last two biblical epics, Samson and Delilah (1949) and The Ten Commandments (1956). In his autobiography, DeMille wrote: " ... and among the several featured players who gave excellent performances [in "Samson and Delilah"] was one whose talent and dedication to her art should carry her very far in the theater, whether on screen or stage, Olive Deering, who played Miriam, the Danite girl who loved Samson to the end of his life and beyond." In "The Ten Commandments", she played Moses' sister, Miriam.
2Her favorite pastimes were going to the theater, painting landscapes, and listening to music.
3Although she played Martha Scott's daughter in The Ten Commandments (1956), she was only six years her junior in real life.
4Ex-sister-in-law of Kim Stanley.
5Schooled at the Professional Children's School, and made her stage debut in 1933, at the age of 15, with a mute walk-on role in a NY production of "Girls in Uniform".
6Primarily a stage and radio actress before 50s TV came along, her more notable stage performances included working opposite Paul Muni in a revival of "Counselor-at-Law" on Broadway (1942) and playing the Queen to Maurice Evans' "King Richard II" earlier in 1937.
7Deering was one of the busiest and most often-seen actresses in the Golden Age of live television drama.
8Younger sister of Alfred Ryder.


Howzer1973Mary Carver
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour1965TV SeriesChristine Callendar
Shock Treatment1964Mrs. Mellon
The Outer Limits1963TV SeriesLisa Lawrence
The Eleventh Hour1963TV SeriesEllen Taylor
Ben Casey1963TV SeriesMadelon Marossi
Sam Benedict1963TV SeriesWilma Hartley
Armstrong Circle Theatre1960-1962TV SeriesElsa / Sandy Hayward / Laura Barkley / ...
Outlaws1962TV SeriesMelanie
The Defenders1962TV SeriesMrs. Pomeroy
The Witness1961TV Series
Diagnosis: Unknown1960TV Series
Moment of Fear1960TV Series
Markham1960TV SeriesSylvia Truscott
Alcoa Theatre1960TV SeriesMrs. Stacey
Johnny Staccato1959TV SeriesSally Cane
One Step Beyond1959TV SeriesAunt Mildred Denning
Alfred Hitchcock Presents1959TV SeriesThelma Tompkins
Playhouse 901959TV SeriesBit
Shirley Temple's Storybook1958TV SeriesQueen Flavia / Grimgerda
Kraft Theatre1950-1958TV SeriesOdette
Climax!1958TV Series
Perry Mason1958TV SeriesRebecca Gentrie
The Seven Lively Arts1957TV SeriesFrances
Studio One in Hollywood1955-1957TV SeriesMoon Scent / Molly
The Ten Commandments1956Miriam
Robert Montgomery Presents1951-1956TV SeriesEleanor / Helen Stapp
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse1948-1953TV SeriesDesdemona / Marcia Akers / Kathy
Tales of Tomorrow1951-1953TV SeriesGinny Walker
Short Short Dramas1952TV Series
Goodyear Playhouse1952TV Series
Steve Randall1952TV SeriesEve Frazier
Suspense1951-1952TV SeriesMrs. Edwards / Muriel Torres
Danger1950-1951TV SeriesLoreli
Starlight Theatre1950-1951TV SeriesJane Kennedy
Big Town1951TV Series
The Clock1950TV Series
Somerset Maugham TV Theatre1950TV Series
Masterpiece Playhouse1950TV SeriesDesdemona
Caged1950June Roberts - Inmate
Samson and Delilah1949Miriam
Oboler Comedy Theatre1949TV Series
Air Hostess1949Helen Field
Gentleman's Agreement1947First Woman (uncredited)


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