|born on||13 February 1932 at 16:20 (= 4:20 PM )|
|Place||New York NY, USA, 40n42, 74w00|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||23°59' 14°26 Asc. 11°45'|
American actress, one of the most familiar faces seen on TV, appearing in hundreds of series episodes from the mid-'50s to mid-'70s. Onscreen from 1957, her work ranged from "Father Knows Best" to "Night Gallery," as well as her role as a regular on the daytime soap "Days of Our Lives," in the mid '70s. Her longest running role on TV was that of Ann Howard in the popular soap opera "Peyton Place." Among her directing credits were episodes of "M*A*S*H*," and "Trapper John M.D."
The daughter of astrologer Ruth Hale Oliver, she had three half-brothers from her dad's second marriage. She became an author, director and pilot, winning the Powder Puff Derby race in 1970 with her own leer jet. She was named Pilot of the Year by the Association of Executive Pilots. In her book "Odyssey," 1983, she described her attempts to be the first woman to fly a single-engine plane from New York to Moscow.
Oliver never married. She died of cancer 5/10/1990, Woodland Hills, CA.
- parent relationship with Oliver, Ruth Hale (born 16 April 1910)
- Death by Disease 10 May 1990 (Cancer, age 58)
chart Placidus Equal_H.
- Work : New Career 1957 (Debut onscreen)
Marion March quotes her, B.C.
- Vocation : Entertainment : Actor/ Actress
- Vocation : Entertainment : TV series/ Soap star (Days of Our Lives)
- Family : Childhood : Family noted (Mom a noted astrologer)
- Family : Relationship : Married late/never (Never)
- Family : Parenting : Kids none
- Vocation : Travel : Pilot/ private (Flew her own lear jet)
- Diagnoses : Major Diseases : Cancer (Terminal)
- Notable : Book Collection : Profiles Of Women
- Family : Childhood : Only child (Her mom's only child)
- Family : Childhood : Sibling circumstances (Three half-brothers)