|Born||28 August 1895|
Glenlohane, Kanturk, County Cork, Ireland
|Died||1 June 1985 89) (aged|
|Other names||Anita Bolster|
Anita Sharp-Bolster (28 August 1895 – 1 June 1985) was an Irish-born American actress who appeared in 88 films and 12 TV series from 1928 to 1978. She was sometimes billed as Anita Bolster.[ citation needed ]
She was born 28 August 1895 in Glenlohane, Kanturk, County Cork, Ireland.[ citation needed ]
Sharp-Bolster's Broadway credits include Kathleen, Pygmalion , and Lady in Waiting .
Sharp-Bolster debuted in the British film What Money Can Buy (1928).Her American film debut came in 1942 in Saboteur , directed by Alfred Hitchcock. In a 2013 book, one writer described her as "one of the most riveting human gargoyles in Hollywood films."
Sharp-Bolster worked with the BBC in the UK.
Sharp-Bolster was married to Jacob Schwartz. [ citation needed ]She died in North Miami, Florida.
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