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Rachel Ames
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in) for Rachel Ames . If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.
Daddy's Gone A-Hunting (1969)
[ Suzanne Somers ][ Carol White ]
The Eli Bancroft Story (1963)
The Saul Bevins Story (1961)
Songs My Mother Told Me (1961)
Gunfighters of Abilene (1960)
The Ben Courtney Story (1959)
The Corner (1959)
The Stranger (1958)
The Farrand Story (1958)
The Dan Hogan Story (1958)
Remittance Man (1958)
A Time to Kill (1957)
Oregon Passage (1957)
No Skin Off Me (1957)
The Avenger (1957)
The Phantom Car (1956)
The Flicker (1956)
The Years Between (1956)
The Black Road (1956)
Before the Beginning (1955)
The Strange People at Pecos (1955)
The Cobb Marley Story (1955)
Ricochet Romance (1954)
Arrowhead (1953)
The Turning Point (1952)
[ Carol Baker ]
When Worlds Collide (1951) 100 Hot DVDs

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Jack Palance
Bruce Dern
Brian Keith
Richard Farnsworth
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Rachel Ames has the distinction of being the longest-running performer on ABC Daytime's longest-running daytime drama, "General Hospital" (1963), which she joined on February 23, 1964, less than a year after the program's first air date. She has been nominated three times for an Emmy Award as Best Actress in a Daytime Drama. Ms. Ames was introduced to the performing arts by her parents, Dorothy Adams and the late Byron Foulger, both well-known motion picture and television actors. A native of Portland, Oregon, Ms. Ames moved with her family to Los Angeles where she attended University High School and UCLA. Rachel made her acting debut in the annual Pilgrimage play in 1949. She then performed with her parents in a production of "One Foot in Heaven" at the renowned Pasadena Playhouse. There, she also did "Broadway Jones", "The Circle" and "King of Hearts". Her other West Coast theater credits included "Cradle Song" with her father, "The Immortalist", "Chanticleer", "Mary Rose", "Golden Boy" and "The Human Voice. A few years ago, she co-produced and co-starred in "Pieces of Time" with fellow "General Hospital" (1963) actors Peter Hansen and Susan Brown. Early in her career, Ms. Ames was under contract to Paramount Pictures for three years where she was a member of the "Golden Circle" of talented young performers. The actress made her motion picture debut in When Worlds Collide (1951). Her other feature films include Daddy's Gone A-Hunting (1969). Of her television career, Rachel guested in the legendary series "Ben Casey" (1961), "Wagon Train" (1957), "General Electric Theater" (1953) and "Ironside" (1967), among others. The actress' avocational interests include gardening, tennis and cooking. She and her husband, Barry Cahill, are also looking for a play to perform together.

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