Frances Reid |

February 4, 2010 by USA Post 

Frances-ReidFrances Reid | Reid, the heart behind the NBC soap opera “Days of Our Lives,” died yesterday at the 3rd Feb, 2010. Frances Reid was born in 1914 in Texas, but raised by the father of Charles William Reed and Anna’s mother in California. Daughter of a banker and the priest began her career working in the late 30′s when the man appeared in the film and the Guide, “a very small part.”

Frances Reid Broadway appearance was for the first time in 1939, when she appeared in the show John Golden Theater, “where there will” and Juliet. Francis Reid second appearance on Broadway in 1946, when she appeared on the theater Alvin “Cyrano de Bergerac.” It’s a response in her role as Roxane Philco television, “the theater” in 1949 which was adapted her 1946 Broadway production, “Cyrano.”

Frances Reid began its role in the long running series “Days of Our Lives” again in 1965. Ghent has
The role with great enthusiasm, and even in her last performance in 2007.

Frances Reid and passed away of natural causes at the age of 95, the number of fans on Twitter and other social networks and expresses its deep condolences on his death.

Football fans offer condolences to the family and friends say it’s really a talented actress, and we are fortunate and proud to be aware of them.

Another fan wrote, Francis Reid will be greatly missed by all. Last on twitter fans about her feelings by saying that they will always be Francis Reid, Ms. H. Rest in peace beautiful lady.

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