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Years active  1959–1992
Name  Antoinette Bower

Role  Film actress
Ex-spouse  James Gill
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Born  September 30, 1932 (age 83) (1932-09-30) Baden-Baden, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Movies and TV shows  Prom Night, The Evil That Men Do, Die Sister - Die!, I Spy, Superbeast
Similar People  Arlene Martel, Edith Atwater, Paul Lynch, Anne‑Marie Martin, Joanne Linville

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Antoinette Bower (born September 30, 1932) is a German-born American film and television actress, whose career lasted more than three decades, from 1959 to 1992.

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Bower has many television guest roles to her credit – between 1959 and the 1980s, she amassed almost ninety appearances on such programs as Ben Casey, The Fugitive, Mannix, Mission: Impossible, Murder, She Wrote, Perry Mason, The Six Million Dollar Man, Star Trek, Hogan's Heroes and The Twilight Zone.

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She starred or appeared in many made-for-television movies, including as the murdered wife in Columbo: Negative Reaction (1974) with Peter Falk, and The Cowboy and the Ballerina (1984), with Christopher Lloyd and Michael Pataki. She co-starred with Christopher Plummer and Jean Simmons in the TV mini-series The Thorn Birds (1983), and from 1990 through 1992 she was a regular on the Canadian TV series Neon Rider.

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Personal life

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Bower was married to James Gill.

Selected TV and filmography

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  • Have Gun Will Travel (episode: "The Piano", 1961)
  • Wagon Train (episode: "The Bruce Saybrook Story", 1961)
  • Thriller (episodes: "The Return of Andrew Bentley" & "Waxworks", 1961)
  • Alfred Hitchcock Presents (episode: "A Woman's Help", 1961)
  • Mutiny on the Bounty (uncredited, 1962; pre-voyage casual female friend of Fletcher Christian)
  • Combat! (episode: "The Battle Of The Roses", 1963)
  • The Twilight Zone (episode: "Probe 7, Over and Out", 1963)
  • Perry Mason (episodes: "The Case of the Ancient Romeo", 1962; "The Case of the Bluffing Blast", 1963)
  • Twelve O'Clock High (episodes: "The Suspected", 1964; "Faith Hope And Sergeant Aronson", 1965
  • The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (episode: "The Bow-Wow Affair", 1965)
  • The Wild Wild West (episode: "The Night of Sudden Death", 1965)
  • The Fugitive (episodes: "Coralee", 1966; "The Breaking of the Habit" and "The Shattered Silence", 1967)
  • Star Trek (episode: "Catspaw"; 1967)
  • The Invaders (episode: "Condition Red", 1967)
  • Mission: Impossible (episode: "The Slave", 1967)
  • Ironside (episode: "Tagged for Murder", 1967)
  • Hogan's Heroes (episodes: "Carter Turns Traitor", 1967; "Duel of Honor", 1968; "Is There a Traitor in the House?", 1969)
  • Bonanza (episode: "Little Girl Lost", 1968)
  • Hawaii Five-O (episode: "Six Kilos", 1969)
  • Get Smart (episode: "Valerie of the Dolls", 1969)
  • See The Man Run (1971)
  • The Mephisto Waltz (1971)
  • Superbeast (1972)
  • Die Sister, Die! (1972)
  • Columbo (episode: "Negative Reaction", 1974)
  • The Six Million Dollar Man (episode: "A Bionic Christmas Carol", 1976)
  • Kojak (episode: "Photo Must Credit Joe Paxton", 1978)
  • Prom Night (1980)
  • Blood Song (1982)
  • Time Walker (1982)
  • The Evil That Men Do (1984)
  • Club Paradise (1986)
  • Neon Rider (42 episodes, 1990–92)


  • References

    Antoinette Bower Wikipedia


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