Patricia Barry (née White) was born on November 16, 1922, in Davenport, Iowa and died on October 11, 2016.
She was an American actress.
Barry was signed under the name Patricia Barry for a Columbia Pictures contract almost immediately upon her graduation at Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri.
His theatrical debut came in summer theater at Peterborough, New Hampshire.
Barry’s Broadway credits include The Pink Elephant (1953) and Goodbye Again (1956).
Patricia also starred in productions in Los Angeles, California, and Flagstaff, Arizona.
She started her film career in 1947 and later appeared in over 130 television series and movies.
For her television roles, she appeared in such primetime series as Rawhide, Gunsmoke, The Donna Reed Show, Richard Diamond, Private Detective, Laramie, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Going My Way, Thriller, Route 66, Perry Mason in the 4th season episode “The Case of the Grumbling Grandfather”, and The Twilight Zone.
Barry was cast as Kate Harris in the NBC comedy Harris Against the World.
She was a charter member of Women in Film, whom was “a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media.
She was married to Philip Barry, Jr. The couple had two daughters.
Barry died of natural causes at her home in Los Angeles, California.
Patricia Barry passed away at 93 years old.