Andrea King


Warner Bros. film actress Andrea King Tuesday April 22 in Woodland Hills, Calif., from natural causes. She was 84.

She was best known for her leading roles during the mid-1940s in the Warner Bros. dramas “Hotel Berlin,” “God Is My Co-Pilot,” “The Man I Love” and “The Very Thought of You.”

She also starred with Peter Lorre and Robert Alda in the horror cult-classic “The Beast With Five Fingers” in 1946, and as Lillian Russell in their musical “My Wild Irish Rose” in 1947.

On television, she starred opposite Edward G. Robinson in “Witness for the Prosecution,” which aired live on CBS’ “Lux Video Theatre” in 1953. She regularly guest-starred on television for many years, and it was for her early work in the new medium that she was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

She is survived by her daughter , three grandchildren and sister.

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