Known for her roles in the 1960s movies Quick, Before It Melts and The Loved One, this American screen actress also appeared in episodes of Bonanza and Dr. Kildare.
Anjanette Comer (born August 7, 1939) is an American actress.
Born in Dawson, Texas, to Rufus Franklin Comer, Jr., and Nola Dell “Sue” (Perkins) Comer, she attended Dawson High School.
She gained acting experience at the Pasadena Playhouse.
The daughter of Academy Award-winning film set decorator Samuel M. Comer, she was born in Dawson, Texas. Her marriage to Robert Klane lasted from 1976 until 1983.
Attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas, for a short period before moving to California at age 18.
She was initially slated to costar with Michael Caine in the 1966 espionage film Funeral in Berlin; however, she became ill during the early stages of filming and had to be replaced by Eva Renzi.
At the start of her career, she acted in an early 1960s episode of Gunsmoke.
Her character in the 1966 film The Appaloosa was involved in a love triangle with the characters played by John Saxon and Marlon Brando.
Anjanette Comer started her career as a model and ventured into the showbiz industry.
She is one of the popular actresses in the world of cinema.
She is best known for her appearance on La bataille de San Sebastian.
Trained for a time at the Pasadena Playhouse in California.
The Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, CA as a guest star for questions after the Movie, "The Loved One". [February 2012]