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Agnes Moorehead moved to St. Louis as a child, where she acted in stage productions, danced with the Municipal Opera, and debuted as a radio singer on KMOX in 1923. After moving to New York and appearing on Broadway, she became a charter member of Orson Welles' famous Mercury Theater, starring in hundreds of radio dramas. Following her 1941 movie debut in Citizen Kane, she displayed her range as a character actress in over 60 films and also played Endora on TV's "Bewitched" from 1964-1972. One of the best acting voices in radio history, Agnes Moorehead also received four nominations for Academy Awards.

Agnes Moorehead
Carrie Houk, St. Louis Film Partnership, accepted on behalf of Ms. Moorehead.

Date of Birth Field/Achievement Location of Star Date of Induction

12-06-1900

Acting/Entertainment

6604 Delmar

05-15-1994


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Visit the official Bewitched site for lots of fun facts about Agnes Moorehead and the show.

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