Ann Blyth

The radiant singer and actress Ann Blyth personifies the era of the great and glamorous movies, stage and television. One of the prized stars of the great MGM musicals, Ann is known and loved the world over. Her memorable performance as Veda, the tormented daughter of Joan Crawford, in the film noir masterpiece MILDRED PIERCE (1945) earned her an Academy Award nomination and an iconic place in film history.

Ann starred in over thirty-five movies, all showing her innate sense for comedy, drama, or, naturally, music. In addition to MILDRED PIERCE, her favorite films from her career include Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid (1948), Our Very Own (1950), The Helen Morgan Story (1957), and the musicals The Great Caruso (1951) and KISMET (1955). She co-starred with some of Hollywood’s most exciting leading men, among them Paul Newman, Tyrone Power, Donald O’Connor, Robert Mitchum, Howard Keel, Farley Granger, Mario Lanza, William Powell, Gregory Peck and Fredric March.

Charming audiences on and offscreen, over the years Ann has brought her singing talents to the stage, performing concerts from coast to coast. She also performed with Days of Our Lives leading man Bill Hayes in their highly-acclaimed revue featuring the finest music from Broadway and Hollywood. In addition, Ann became one of the most popular attractions on the prestigious Women’s Club circuit, offering not only her beautiful singing but also personal reminiscences of her career and devoted family life.

In addition to her career and talent, Ann enjoys a wonderful life with her dear family. An enduring marriage of fifty-four years to her late husband Dr. Jim McNulty, their five children and ten grandchildren have truly given Ann a fulfilled life. Though her private life has always taken precedence over the public one, Ann still loves to perform and enchant her fans with her talent, grace, and sparkling personality.

Ann Blyth