Barbara Jeanne Anderson, who was titled Miss Memphis, is an American television actress. People remember her for her crime classic on television, Ironside.
Barbara Anderson took birth on November 27, 1945, in Brooklyn,
. She got herself associated with Tennessee Williams play when she was 16. That’s when her interest in acting was ignited in teenage years.
Barbara studied at Memphis State University. Eventually won the coveted title of Miss Memphis in 1963.
In 1971, Barbara tied the know to actor Don Burnett. She quit Ironside in 1971 and concentrated on her family life.
Barbara Anderson was successful in her career. Barbara Anderson shifted to Los Angeles to prove herself as an actress. In 1966, she gave her first TV appearances in the episode of
, “The Conscience of the King”. In 1967, Anderson was choosing for the TV series Ironside for the first 105 Episodes. Here she played the role of one a cop in this series.
After that, she played some guest roles in TV series, Later on; she took on the repeated role for the seven episodes in the final season of TV series Mission Impossible.
In 1968, Barbara garnered the television Emmy Award for an outstanding supporting actress in a Drama Series for the popular Ironside. Besides, she was nominated twice for Emmys for this work.