Janet Landgard, who starred along Burt Lancaster within the 1968 drama The Swimmer, has died on the age of 75.
Landgard passed on to the great beyond on Monday, November 6 after a temporary fight with mind most cancers, The Hollywood Reporter reported.
Actor Paul Petersen, who labored with Landgard at the ABC sequence The Donna Reed Display, showed the inside track.
Taking to Fb, Petersen praised her as ‘the most efficient TV female friend my trade ego, Jeff Stone, ever had. Janet was once stunning, in and out … a flawless Scandinavian good looks that actually surprised jaded Hollywood varieties into silence.
‘We have been all the time shut regardless of the time or distance.’
Janet was once born on December 2, 1947, and grew up in Pasadena, California.
She modeled with the William Adrian Modeling Company prior to making her onscreen debut on The Donna Reed Display in 1963.
She performed the nature Sabrina on an episode that aired all over the display’s 5th season, whilst she was once nonetheless a highschool pupil.
That 12 months she additionally gave the impression on ABC’s My 3 Sons, in line with Cut-off date.
Within the acclaimed drama The Swimmer, which was once directed via the esteemed auteur Frank Perry and in accordance with the vintage quick tale of the similar title via John Cheever, the blonde good looks portrayed a task reverse Lancaster’s Ned Merrill.
Later, Langard took to the silver display to big name in 1969’s Land Raiders, which additionally featured George Maharis, Arlene Dahl and Television tube Savalas.
In 1971, she acted within the tv film The Fatal Dream, becoming a member of Lloyd Bridges and Janet Leigh.
1972 noticed her paintings with Victor Buono in Moonchild, prior to she left display trade.
Landgard was once highlighted as an upcoming skill in conjunction with Raquel Welch, Barbara Parkins and Mary Ann Mobley on The Hollywood Deb Stars in 1965.
She went on to look as a hostess on Chuck Barris’ govt produced display Dream Lady Of ’67.
On the finish of her existence, Peterson described Janet as ‘an actual outdoorswoman’ who loved horse racing.
Knowledge referring to survivors and funeral preparations has now not been shared.