Post by Mike Spadoni on Mar 26, 2013 17:36:44 GMT 1
Actress Lori March Scourby, best-known for her work on several American daytime dramas (aka soap operas), died in her sleep March 19th. She was 90 years old. Married to famed actor and voice over artist Alexander Scourby, the Hollywood-born actress (March 6th, 1923) played Valerie Hill Ames Northcoate on CBS' "The Secret Storm" from 1964 until 1974. She also appeared on other soaps, including "The Brighter Day," "Search for Tomorrow," "One Life to Live," "The Edge of Night," "Texas," "Guiding Light" and "Another World." Lori March Scourby was also seen in a 1960 episode of "The Twilight Zone." The installment, "Third From The Sun," dealt with two couples who plotted to steal a spaceship that would take them away from an imminent nuclear war. March married Alexander Scourby in 1943. Best-known for his recorded works for the blind (including his now-famous reading of the King James Bible), and the narrator of a number of television specials and dramas (including the famed 1950's NBC documentary "Victory At Sea"), Alexander Scourby died at the age of 71 in 1985.
"Seeing a murder on television can help work off one's antagonisms. And if you haven't any antagonisms, the commercials will give you some."--Alfred Hitchcock