Facts about Elizabeth Victoria Montgomery, born on April 15, 1933, include that she was an American television and film actress. She was involved in the entertainment field for five decades, and she is most famous for her role as the star of the television show "Bewitched."
Elizabeth Victoria Montgomery was the daughter of Robert Montgomery, who had his own television series known as "Robert Montgomery Presents." She first began her entertainment career in the 1950s by acting in a role on her father's program. After that, she became famous in the 1960s for her role in the ABC sitcom "Bewitched" as Samantha Stephens. Because of the success of the sitcom and her part in it, she earned five Primetime Emmy Award nominations as well as four Golden Globe Award nominations.
After "Bewitched" ended in 1972, Elizabeth Montgomery continued her television career by starring in a variety of television films. One of her most famous roles was as Lizzie Borden in "The Legend of Lizzie Borden" in 1975, and this role earned her an additional Emmy Award nomination. Montgomery married four times, and she had three children with her third husband, William Asher, who was the Bewitched producer. Her last marriage was to actor Robert Foxworth, and she lived with him for 20 years before the two married in 1993. Elizabeth Montgomery passed away in 1995 at the age of 62, eight weeks after a diagnosis of colorectal cancer.