Actress Joanna Cook Moore, who had roles in several Alfred Hitchcock TV shows and is the mother of Oscar-winning actress Tatum O’Neal, died of lung cancer Nov. 22 at her home in Indian Wells , California. She was 63.
O’Neal, who won an Oscar for her supporting role in “Paper Moon,” was at her mother’s side.
The Americus, Ga., native moved to Southern California in 1954 and was cast often as a Southern belle in various episodes of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents.” She also appeared on “The Andy Griffith Show” had roles in other TV shows such as “The FBI Story,” “Maverick,” “Bewitched” and “The Untouchables.”
Moore also appeared in about 20 films, including “Slim Carter,” “Appointment With a Shadow” and “Follow That Dream.”
Moore lived in Indian Wells for about the last 20 years and remained active in the arts as a member of the Muses at McCallum Theater.
She was married to actor Ryan O’Neal from 1963-67.
In addition to her daughter, Moore is survived by husband Kim J. Beaulieu, a son and five grandchildren.