Anne Jeffreys (born Annie Jeffreys Carmichael; January 26, 1923 – September 27, 2017) was an American actress and singer. Born in Goldsboro, North Carolina, Jeffreys entered the entertainment field at a young age, having her initial training in voice (she was an accomplished soprano). She became a member of the New York Municipal Opera Company on a scholarship and sang the lead at Carnegie Hall in such things as "La bohème", "Traviata", and "Pagliacci".

Her plans for an operatic career were sidelined when she was cast in a staged musical review, "Fun for the Money". Her appearance in that revue led to her being cast in her first movie role, in "I Married an Angel" (1942), starring Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald. She was under contract to both RKO and Republic Studios during the 1940s, including several appearances as Tess Trueheart in the Dick Tracy series, and the 1944 Frank Sinatra musical "Step Lively". She also appeared in the horror comedy "Zombies on Broadway" with Wally Brown and Alan Carney in 1945 and starred in "Riffraff" with Pat O'Brien two years later. Jeffreys also appeared in a number of western films and as bank robber John Dillinger's moll in 1945's "Dillinger".

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