Doris Day

Born:  April 3, 1922, Cincinnati, Ohio

Died:  May 13, 2019, Carmel Valley, California


1948:  Romance On The High Seas

1949:  My Dream Is Yours, It’s a Great Feeling

1950:  Young Man With A Horn, Tea For Two, The West Point Story

1951:  Storm Warning, Lullaby of Broadway, On Moonlight Bay, I’ll See You In My Dreams, Starlift

1952:  The Winning Team, April In Paris

1953:  By The Light of the Silvery Moon, Calamity Jane

1954:  Lucky Me, Young At Heart

1955:  Love Me Or Leave Me

1956:  The Man Who Knew Too Much, Julie

1957:  The Pajama Game

1958:  Teacher’s Pet, The Tunnel of Love

1959:  It Happened To Jane, Pillow Talk

1960:  Please Don’t Eat The Daisies, Midnight Lace

1961:  Lover Come Back

1962:  That Touch of Mink, Billy Rose’s Jumbo

1963:  The Thrill of It All, Move Over Darling

1964:  Send Me No Flowers

1965:  Do Not Disturb

1966:  The Glass Bottom Boat

1967:  Caprice, The Ballad of Josie

1968:  Where Were You When The Lights Went Out, With Six You Get Eggroll


Academy Award Nomination:  Best Actress, Pillow Talk (1959)

Golden Globe Awards:  World Film Favourite-Female, 1957; 1959; 1962; Cecil B. DeMille Award, 1988
Nominations:  World Film Favourite-Female, 1954; Best Actress-Musical/Comedy, The Tunnel Of Love (1958); Pillow Talk (1959);  Best Actress-Drama, Midnight Lace (1960); Best Actress-Musical/Comedy, Billy Rose’s Jumbo (1962); Move Over Darling (1963); World Film Favourite-Female, 1965; Best TV Star-Female, The Doris Day Show (1968)


Photo by Isabel Santos Pilot