Shelley Morrison


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Biography:
Birth Name: Shelley Morrison
Born: 10/26/1936
Birth Place: Bronx, New York, USA

Morrison got her start on television in the early 1960s, with recurring roles on the series "The Farmer's Daughter" (ABC, 1963-67) and "Laredo" (NBC, 1965-67). On the former, Morrison played the title character's friend Molly, and on the latter she portrayed Linda Littletrees, a Native American outlaw who falls for a Texas Ranger. Episodes of "Laredo" featuring Morrison comprised the theatrical release "Three Guns for Texas" (1968). The Western genre offered the dark-haired, olive complected actress many roles, often playing Native or Latin American characters. She guested on a 1966 episode of "Gunsmoke" (CBS), had a supporting role as a Pima squaw in 1969's "Mackenna's Gold", a feature star... Continue Bio >>

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