Patricia Smith (February 20, 1930 – January 2, 2011) Born in New Haven, Connecticut, was an American actress who appeared in film and television roles from the early 1950s through the 1990s.
Smith appeared in a 1953 episode of Kraft Television Theater titled "A Room and a Half". A Neighborhood Playhouse alumna and a life member of The Actors Studio, Smith appeared in two films in 1957, The Bachelor Party with Don Murray and The Spirit of St. Louis with James Stewart.
Smith appeared in Gunsmoke in 1958, season three episode 18 "Buffalo Man", and again in 1961, season six episode 35 “Chester’s Dilemma”. She primarily starred on television during the 1960s and 1970s, including the role of murderer Wanda Buren in the 1965 Perry Mason episode "The Case of the Candy Queen" and the role of Sylvia Bayles in The Twilight Zone episode "Long Distance Call" (season two, episode 22); as Norma Bartlett. Her other roles included, The Fugitive episode "Goodbye my Love" in 1967 and was the focus of the second Hawaii Five-O show of the first season (1968), "Full Fathom Five", playing detective Joyce Weber. She also appeared in 1975 episodes of The Streets of San Francisco and Cannon.
Smith was a regular on the 1969-70 short-lived television sitcom The Debbie Reynolds Show playing Reynolds' sister Charlotte. Patricia Smith had an earlier role in the second season of Barnaby Jones, episode titled, "Blind Terror". She had a recurring role on The Bob Newhart Show during its initial season (1972–1973), played Jack Lemmon's wife in the 1973 feature film Save the Tiger, and appeared in the episode "You're Not Alone" from the 1977 anthology series Quinn Martin's Tales of the Unexpected (known in the United Kingdom as Twist in the Tale).[citation needed ] She also appeared on the TV series Highway to Heaven in the season-one episode "A Child of God".
Smith continued to appear in supporting roles on television and in films through the late 1990s. She played the role of an old looking Doctor Sara Kingsley - a young doctor in her mid 30s turning old due to being afflicted by accelerated aging, deteriorating fast in the course of the story- in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Unnatural Selection". Her final acting role was in the 1997 film Mad City.[citation needed ]
Smith and her husband, John Lasell, had two children.[citation needed ]
Smith, a diabetic for many years, died of heart failure on January 2, 2011, in Los Angeles, California, aged 80.[citation needed ]
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