The Most Memorable Movies in Eva Marie Saint’s Career
Posted in Entertainment on Jan 17th, 2019
Eva Marie Saint has had one of the longest-running careers in Hollywood, spanning 70 years. Known for her “real acting” at a time when Hollywood was synonymous with melodrama, Saint has starred in movies, has found success in television, and has even done plays. From playing Cybill Sheppard’s character’s mom on Moonlighting to starring alongside some of the most iconic leading men in film history, she may just be the actress who’s done everything.
15. The Mummy's Curse
The Curse of King Tut’s Tomb is a British-American mystery/thriller/horror composite about the discovery and possible curse of King Tut’s tomb. Eva Marie Saint stars alongside Robin Ellis and Raymond Burr. In this made-for-television classic, Saint plays Sarah Morrissey, a reporter who, alongside archeologist Howard Carter (played by Ellis), uncovers the troublesome tomb only to watch those around them dying, one by one, from the suspected curse.