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2020 Inductee

Jane Webb Edwards, (August 13, 1925 – March 29, 2010) also known by the stage name Joanne Louise, was an American film and voice actress. She was an actress, known for The Batman/Superman Hour (1968), The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie (1972) and Treasure Island (1973).

Webb's mother was Estelle Webb, who sang with the Metropolitan Opera.

On 10 June 1942, Edwards graduated "with honor" from Central YMCA High School in Chicago, Illinois.

Throughout the 1930s and 1940s, Edwards acted on multiple radio series, including the Tom Mix Ralston Straight Shooters.

During her later career, she worked on a large number of animated cartoons, mostly for Filmation. Her roles included voicing all the female characters on "The Jihad", an episode of Star Trek: The Animated Series.

On April 19, 1939, Webb signed an acting contract with Paramount Pictures.

Webb provided voices for the characters Mary Ann and Ginger in The New Adventures of Gilligan, with credits listing her as both Jane Webb and Jane Edwards.

Jane passed away on March 29, 2010 in Green Valley, Arizona, USA.

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