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March 6, 1925
New York City, U.S.
|Died||June 11, 2012(aged 87)|
|Spouse(s)||Euan Lloyd (17/11/'61) (2 children)|
Jerry (b. 1946)
Patricia Donahue (March 6, 1925 – June 11, 2012) was an actress who was prolific in television and films from 1956 to 1984.
Donahue appeared in such popular TV series as Death Valley Days, Goodyear Theatre, The Californians, The Walter Winchell File, Tales of Wells Fargo, The Thin Man, The Millionaire, Mr. Adams and Eve, The Twilight Zone, General Electric Theater, Peter Gunn, 77 Sunset Strip, Bat Masterson, Mr. Lucky, Bonanza, The Wide World of Mystery, Thriller, Danger Man (AKA Secret Agent Man in USA) and dozens of other programs. Her film credits include The Fastest Guitar Alive, A Boy Ten Feet Tall, In the Money, Paper Tiger, Cutter's Way, and others.
Donahue was born in New York City. She was married to film producer Euan Lloyd and to jazz saxophonist Sam Donahue. She is the mother of film composer Marc Donahue and guitarist-composer and Fairport Convention member Jerry Donahue.
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