Lois Kibbee 07.13.1922 (98 years old)
Lois Kibbee (July 13, 1922 – October 18, 1993) was an American actress. Kibbee was born in Wheeling, West Virginia. The daughter of actor Milton Kibbee and the niece of actor Guy Kibbee, Kibbee played in a number of television and film roles. On TV, Kibbee's most notable roles were on daytime soap operas. She had a long run as wealthy Geraldine Weldon Whitney Saxon on the CBS/ABC daytime soap opera The Edge of Night, where she appeared from 1970–71 and again from 1973 until the show's end in 1984. She also portrayed frosty matriarch Emily Moore Matson on NBC's Somerset from 1972–73, a character whose eccentric family was involved in a murder storyline centered on "Jingles the Clown". Later in her career she played powerful matriarch Elizabeth Sanders on ABC's One Life to Live (from 1986–88 and again in 1989). In film, Kibbee may be best remembered for her role in the film Caddyshack as Mrs. Smalls. Her character was involved in several of the film's jokes, including a scene where a candy bar in a swimming pool is mistakenly identified as human feces. She appeared in 2 episodes of Radio Mystery Theater.
This actor appeared in the following radio shows
|NBC University Theater||nbc university theater (068) you can't go home again||1949-12-18|
|cbs radio mystery theater||the woman in the green dress||1977-09-09|
|cbs radio mystery theater||the avocado jungle||1978-04-20|