Nita Talbot is an American actress. Anita Sokol, her birth name, was born on 8th August 1930 in
New York, New York City, US. She is also known as Ginger Grey. In 1949, she made her debut in films with the movie ‘It's a Great Feeling’; she appeared as a model in the movie. Further, she was offered several screen roles. In 1965, she appeared as the love-starved switchboard operator in ‘A Very Special Favor’ and in ‘Buck and the Preacher’ as the brassy Madame Esther in the year 1972. She has made her appearance in the films like ‘Bright Leaf’ (1950), ‘This Could Be the Night’ (1957), ‘I Married a Woman’ (1958), ‘
Who’s Got the Action?’(1962), ‘The Day of the Locust’ (1975) and a few more. Talbot has also appeared on the television.
She has played the roles of Iris Anderson in an episode of ‘Perry Mason’, in the ‘The Thin Man’ as con-woman Blondie Collins, struggling actress/con-woman in ‘Mike Hammer’ (1958-59), resourceful girl Friday Dora Miles on ‘The Jim Backus Show’ and ultra-cynical Rose in ‘Starting from Scratch’ (1988). Nita appeared in CBS sitcom, ‘Funny Face’ in the year 1971; the show starred
Sandy Duncan. She has also appeared in the many TV series as ‘Man Against Crime’, ‘Bournbon Street Beat’, ‘The Secret Storm’ and ‘Supertrain’. She had big roles in the TV series ‘Search for Tomorrow’ and ‘General Hospital’. In 1997, she gave voice to the character of Anastasia Hardy, the businesswoman mother of Felicia Hardy, the Black Cat, in the animated series ‘Spider-Man’, it was her recent role. She has received an Emmy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her performance in ‘Hogan Heroes’ (1967-68).