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Jeanne Saint-Calbre

  • Birthplace: Memphis, Tennessee
Date of passing: 
January 24, 2017

Jeanne Saint-Calbre, also known by her stage name Jeanne Shelley, was an actress and former talent agent best known for her work at the Writers & Artists Agency.

There, Saint-Calbre represented talent including G.W. Bailey, Ethan Phillips, Michael Jeter, Belita Moreno and Bronson Pinchot.

Saint-Calbre herself also appeared on stage, including the role of Johnnie Ree Peacock in the original 1956 Broadway production of the Eudora Welty comedy The Ponder Heart.

Jeanne Saint-Calbre, also known by her stage name Jeanne Shelley, was an actress and former talent agent best known for her work at the Writers & Artists Agency.

There, Saint-Calbre represented talent including G.W. Bailey, Ethan Phillips, Michael Jeter, Belita Moreno and Bronson Pinchot.

Saint-Calbre herself also appeared on stage, including the role of Johnnie Ree Peacock in the original 1956 Broadway production of the Eudora Welty comedy The Ponder Heart.

Additionally, she appeared on a 1958 installment of CBS' General Electric Theater opposite Fred MacMurray, and hosted by Ronald Reagan.

Saint-Calbre died January 24, 2017, in Soorts-Hossegor, Landes, France. She was 88.

 

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