Katherine Locke (June 24, 1910 – September 12, 1995) was a Broadway actress in the late 1930s.
She was born in Kalinkavičy (now Kalinkavichy, Belarus) and raised in the United States. Her father, Morris Locke (né Mendel Lakomowitz), was a Hebrew teacher and amateur writer. She was trained as a pianist but chose instead to become an actress.
After appearing in small roles, at one time as an off-stage barking dog, her career was established by appearing in the 1937 Broadway play Having Wonderful Time, co-starring with John Garfield. She appeared in films in the 1940s and 1950s as a supporting actress. She began her film work in the late 1930s in bit parts, but she is remembered today as a stage actress. In addition to appearing on a successful Broadway production of Hamlet playing Ophelia, her stage credits include starring with John Garfield in Having a Wonderful Time, Fifth Column with Lee J. Cobb, and Clash by Night with Tallulah Bankhead.[citation needed ]
She was married to radio writer Norman Corwin from 1947 until her death; the couple had two children.[citation needed ]
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