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Jane Wyatt, who died on October 20 aged 96, was a noted actress on Broadway but became best known for her work in films and on television. She was born Jane Waddington Wyatt on August 12 at Campgaw, New Jersey, into an East Coast family of some distinction — one of her forebears had been a signatory to the Declaration of Independence. Her father was a lawyer, her mother a writer and drama critic. After learning her craft at the Berkshire Playhouse in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, Jane Wyatt began to find roles on Broadway; her first professional engagement was in , in an AA Milne play, Give Me Yesterday, and over the next four years she graced a number of productions in New York, including taking over from Margaret Sullavan as Paula Jordan in Dinner at Eight, in which she also toured. One critic noted that she looked "decidedly comely and [handled] her romance opportunities with definite understanding". Filmgoers were particularly entranced by the scene in which Colman watches Wyatt swimming naked in a mountain lake. In she appeared in Pitfall, with Dick Powell, and in the same year had a minor role in Gentleman's Agreement, a controversial film about anti-Semitism based on the novel by Laura Hobson.