Actress Jane Wyman, the first wife of former President Ronald Reagan, passed away Monday morning at the age of 93. She had a very impressive TV and film resume that spanned nearly six decades.
Wyman’s film career spanned from the 1930s, including Gold Diggers of 1937, to 1969′s How to Commit Marriage, co-starring Bob Hope and Jackie Gleason. From 1981 to 1990 she played Angela Channing, a Napa Valley winery owner who maintained her power with a steely will on CBS’ Falcon Crest.
Her marriage in 1940 to fellow Warner Bros. contract player Reagan was celebrated in the fan magazines as one of Hollywood’s ideal unions. While he was in uniform during World War II, her career ascended, signaled by her 1946 Oscar nomination for The Yearling.
View Wyman’s complete film and TV resume at IMDB.