Theatre-trained actress Celeste Holm joined TCM in 1995 to discuss her career in Hollywood working at 20th Century-Fox under Daryl F. Zanuck, getting her breakout role in Oklahoma! (1943), fighting for her role in The Snake Pit (1948), working with Bette Davis and winning the Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar for The Gentleman's Agreement (1947).
What a delightful, guileless, engaging thing she is despite her trendy gliberaloid moments. Have been enjoying her and the others in All About Eve lately -- had never seen it till last year via Vudu.
She sure sounds and acts Southern but wikid has it she was 'Born and raised in Manhattan'.