Sue Randall Biography
Birthday: October 8, 1935 (Libra)
Born In: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Sue Randall was an American actor who was best known for portraying a teacher named ‘Miss Alice Landers’ in the series 'Leave It to Beaver.' The iconic role made her so famous that she eventually became synonymous to the character. Sue had a short-lived career that included several TV appearances and two feature films. She had many western series under her belt. Apart from playing a significant role in the film 'Desk Set,' Sue also appeared in the 1960 thriller film 'Date Bait.' She was also known for her stellar performances in the series 'Valiant Lady,' 'Sea Hunt,' 'Perry Mason,' 'The Fugitive,' '77 Sunset Strip,' 'The F.B.I.,' 'Gunsmoke,' 'Wendy and Me,' and 'I Spy.' Following numerous remarkable performances, Sue retired early in her career. She made her last appearance in 1966. The reason for her retirement was a major injury caused by an accident. Sue ultimately died of lung cancer at the age of 49, which also took away her chance to reprise her iconic role of ‘Miss Alice Landers.’ In her final days, she was majorly involved in various charitable activities.