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Barbara Bain Biography and Filmography
Barbara Bain
Birthday: September 13, 1931
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Height: 5' 9"
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Barbara Bain' was born in Chicago, graduating from the University of Illinois with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology. She then relocated to New York City where she gained work as a dancer and high-fashion model. Ms. Bain studied with Martha Graham, permanently cementing her love of dance, however, it was with Lee Strasberg at the prestigious Actors Studio that she discovered her true first love - acting. She is probably best known for her work in the landmark television series "Mission: Impossible" (1966), created by Bruce Geller, where she created the pivotal role of Impossible Missions Force Agent "Cinnamon Carter", and, in the process, became the first actress in the history of television to receive three consecutive Emmy Awards for Best Dramatic Actress. Ms. Bain followed with the role of "Dr. Helena Russell" in the now classic British syndicated science fiction television series "Space: 1999" (1975), created by Gerry Anderson and Sylvia Anderson. Her stage work has garnered her Los Angeles Critic's Circle and DramaLogue Awards for her work on Arthur L. Kopit's "Wings", Samuel Beckett's "Happy Days" and Eugène Ionesco's "The Chairs". Ms. Bain has worked on behalf of numerous charitable causes and is the founder of the Screen Actors Guild's "BookPals" Program which currently has some 300 of her colleagues reading to children in Los Angeles schools. Following the success of the program there, she helped the program to develop in other major cities throughout North America.
Trapped! (2006)
[ Alexandra Paul ]
Space: 1899 (2004)
[ Catherine Schell ]
Tracey Ullman in the Trailer Tales (2003)
[ Jane Kaczmarek ][ Tracey Ullman ][ Lynne Marie Stewart ]
American Gun (2002)
[ Virginia Madsen ][ Alexandra Holden ]
Panic (2000)
[ Neve Campbell ][ Nicholle Tom ][ Tracey Ullman ][ Barbara Harris ]
Bel Air (2000)
[ Jennifer Rubin ]
Gideon (1999)
[ Mackenzie Rosman ][ Shelley Winters ][ Shirley Jones ][ Crystal Bernard ]
Animals and the Tollkeeper (1998)
[ Mili Avital ]
Airtime (1998)
[ Sandrine Holt ]
Dry Martini (1998)
[ Michelle Forbes ]
Icebergs: The Secret Life of a Refrigerator (1998)
[ Joely Fischer ]
Platform Six (1997)
The Spirit of '76 (1990)
[ Olivia D'Abo ][ Julie Brown ][ Maude Winchester ]
Trust Me (1989)
[ Talia Balsam ][ Joyce Van-Patten ][ Marsha Grant ]
Skinheads (1989)
Coal Miner's Slaughter (1988)
The Harlem Globetrotters on Gilligan's Island (1981)
[ Dawn Wells ][ Rosalind Chao ]
The Immunity Syndrome (1977)
[ Catherine Schell ]
Devil's Planet (1977)
[ Catherine Schell ]
Dorzak (1977)
[ Catherine Schell ]
The Seance Spectre (1977)
[ Catherine Schell ]
Alien Attack (1976)
[ Isla Blair ][ Valerie Van-Ost ]
Cosmic Princess (1976)
[ Catherine Schell ]
Destination Moonbase Alpha (1976)
[ Catherine Schell ]
Journey Through the Black Sun (1976)
A Summer Without Boys (1973)
[ Kay Lenz ]
Savage (1973)
Goodnight, My Love (1972)
Murder Once Removed (1971)
The Interrogator (1969)
The Bunker: Part 2 (1969)
Illusion (1969)
The Bunker: Part 1 (1969)
The Vault (1969)
Nitro (1969)
Mission Impossible Versus the Mob (1968)
I'm Through Being a Nice Guy (1965)
The Case of the Wary Wildcatter (1960)
Prisoner in Paradise (1960)
  • Mother of Juliet Landau and Susan Landau Finch
  • The first actress in the history of television to be awarded three consecutive Emmy Awards (1967, 1968, 1969).
  • Presented with the California Lottery's "Hero in Education" Award by actor Kurtwood Smith on "The Big Spin" show on December 18, 2004. The award was for creating an all-volunteer literacy program called "Bookpals" twelve years ago that has now expanded to 21 cities, where over 100,000 children are currently read to each week.

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