Anita Louise Corsaualso known as Anita Corsau, was an American actress and author, best known for portraying “Helen Crump” in The Andy Griffith Show, an American situation comedy television series. The veteran actress has played several roles in various movies and television shows.
Anita was born on November 3, 1933, in Hutchinson, Kansara, United States, and holds American citizenship. He died on November 6, 1995 in Studio City, Los Angeles, California, USA. He was born to Jesse Harrison and Opal J. Corsot happened. Anita was reportedly the only child of her parents.
At Northeastern University, he studied drama and acting with Polish-American actor, director, and theater practitioner Lee Strasberg. Corsot dropped out to pursue an acting career at an early age, but took courses at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with the goal of earning a degree while filming The Andy Griffith Show.
According to reports, Anita was unmarried and had no children. According to the 2015 book Andy and Dawn: The Making of a Friendship and a Classic American TV Show, she and Andy Griffith had an affair while filming The Andy Griffith Show. Andy Griffith was married at the time.
On November 6, 1995, just three days after her 62nd birthday, Anita died of cancer in Los Angeles, California. A Catholic, he was buried at Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery in nearby North Hollywood.
Anita Corsot Careers
He began his acting career in New York City in the mid-1950s. He made his film debut in 1958 in the American science fiction horror film The Blob opposite Terence Stephen McQueen. In 1961–1962 she played Irma Howell in Mrs. G Goes to College, a 26-episode American CBS sitcom. In 1963, Corsot starred as a schoolteacher in the long-running show The Andy Griffith Show as “Helen Crump”.
She became the wife of the Mayberry Sheriff in the first episode of Mayberry RFD, a spin-off sequel to The Griffith Show. In 1965, she played Cathy McLennan, the young widow of a rancher in the episode “Paid in Full”, an old American radio-TV syndication of the Western anthology series “Death Valley Days”.
She later appeared in the 1975–1976 CBS crime series The Blue Knight as the girlfriend of police officer Bumper Morgan’s pawnshop owner. In Adam-12, an American police television procedural drama series, she played “Judy”, the girlfriend of Officer Pete Malloy. She had a supporting role as Head Nurse Bradley in the 1980s sitcom series House Calls.
In 1977, on the long-running ABC soap opera General Hospital, when Emily McLaughlin, a longtime actress, was too sick to work, Corset was cast as nurse Jesse Brewer. In 1986 and 1993, she reprized the role of Helen Crump in the reunion show Return to Mayberry and The Andy Griffith Show Reunion. As a writer, he co-authored The Mystery Reader’s Quiz Book with Muff Singer and Rob Wagner.
Biography of Anita Corsaut
|Real Name||Anita Louise Corsau|
|Date of birth||November 3, 1933|
|died||November 6, 1995|
|birth place||Hutchinson, Kansas, USA|
|height||feet in inches – 5′ 5″ – in centimeters – 165 cm|
|weight||in kilograms – 55 kg – in pounds – 121 pounds|
|shoe size||7 (USA)|
anita corsaut family
|father||Jesse Harrison Corsau|
|Mother||Opal J. corsaut|
Qualification / Education
|Was she a lesbian?||No|
|favorite food||not known|
|favorite destination||not known|
|favourite colour||not known|
Anita Corset net worth
The veteran actress had achieved so much fame during her acting career. Due to her excellent acting skills, she became very successful in her profession and had many fans who followed her blindly. According to the sources, her estimated net worth was around $3 million.
Facts about Anita Corsau
- He made his first television show debut in 1955 at the Producers Showcase.
- He breathed his last in Studio City, Los Angeles, California.
- Her last film was The Toolbox Murders in 1978, in which she played Joan Ballard.
- His last television show was “Matlock”; With star Andy Griffith played a recurring role of judge Cynthia Justin.
- The Mystery Reader’s Quiz Book was originally published in December 1981.