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waName: Bettye Ackerman

Born: February 28, 1924

Residence: USA

Other names:Not Set Yet

Occupation: Actress

Years active: 1953–1994


Website: None


About Bettye Ackerman

Ackerman was born in Cottageville, South Carolina, (Another source says she was born in Williston, South Carolina.)[1] the daughter of Clarence Kilgo Ackerman and Mary Baker Ackerman, and grew up in Williston, in Barnwell County in southwestern South Carolina, one of four children. She graduated from Columbia College in South Carolina in 1945 and left for New York City soon after



Bettye Ackerman Height After death in centimeter (cm)
163 cm

Bettye Ackerman Drew Barrymore Height After death in Inch
5 ft 4 inch

Bettye Ackerman After death
37-27-35 in or 94-68.5-89 cm

Bettye Ackerman Weight After Death
57 kg

Bettye Ackerman Weight After Death
126 pounds


Bettye Ackerman Personal life

On June 7, 1956, Ackerman, at 32, married her future Ben Casey co-star Sam Jaffe, who was then 65. Although there was a 33-year difference in their ages, the couple had a very successful and happy marriage[citation needed]- until Jaffe died of cancer in 1984. They had no children.


Filmography she Act

@Face of Fire (1959) as Grace Trescott

@Companions in Nightmare (1968) as Sara Nicholson

@Rascal (1969) as Miss Whalen

@Ben Casey (ABC) (1961–1966) as Dr. Maggie Graham

@Breaking Point (ABC) as Eunice Osment in “Better Than a Dead Lion” (1964)

@Bracken’s World (NBC) (1970) as Anne Frazer, Bracken’s secretary

@Falcon Crest (1982) as Elisabeth Bradbury

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