Elizabeth Hubbard Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Born: December 22, 1933 in New York City, New York
Elizabeth Hubbard (b. 1933) made her first soap opera appearance on The Guiding Light in 1962. She is best known, however, for her roles as Dr. Althea Davis on The Doctors (1964-1982, with interruptions) and Lucinda Walsh on As the World Turns (1984-2010). Nominated for many Daytime Emmy Awards, she scored the first of her two wins as First Lady Edith Bolling Wilson in First Ladies' Diaries (1976). She appeared in a Dutch soap opera in 2009, being already well known in that country from broadcasts of As the World Turns. Hubbard has made occasional guest visits to prime time TV, in series like The Virginian and Law & Order, and in feature films (Ordinary People, 1980).
2009 Goede tijden, slechte tijden (Performer), 1982 Cold River (Performer), 1970 The Virginian (Performer), 1994 50 Years of Soaps: An All-Star Celebration (in person), 1968 One Life to Live (Performer), 2008 Life on Mars (Performer), 2006 The Treatment (Performer), 2000 Center Stage (Performer), 1980 Ordinary People (Performer), 1979 The Bell Jar (Performer), 1970 I Never Sang for My Father (Performer), 2005-2006 SoapTalk (in person), 1999 The 26th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (in person), 1968 Girl Talk (in person), 1993 Maury (in person), 1984-2010 As the World Turns (Performer), 2005 Hope & Faith (Performer), 2002 The Job (Performer), 1992 Law & Order (Performer), 1970 Marcus Welby, M.D. (Performer), 1956 The Edge of Night (Performer), 1952 Guiding Light (Performer), 1970 NET Playhouse (Performer), 1976 First Ladies Diaries: Edith Wilson (Performer), 1963 The Doctors (Performer), 2008 Tijd voor MAX (in person), 1988 AIDS: The Facts of Life (in person)
Dance a Little Closer - Performer (May 11, 1983 - May 11, 1983), Present Laughter - Performer (July 15, 1982 - January 2, 1983), John Gabriel Borkman - Performer (December 18, 1980 - February 8, 1981), I Remember Mama - Performer (May 31, 1979 - September 2, 1979), Children! Children! - Performer (March 7, 1972 - March 7, 1972), A Day in the Death of Joe Egg - Performer (February 1, 1968 - June 15, 1968), A Time for Singing - Performer (May 21, 1966 - June 25, 1966), The Physicists - Performer (October 13, 1964 - November 28, 1964), The Passion of Josef D. - Performer (February 11, 1964 - February 22, 1964), The Affair - Performer (September 20, 1962 - December 29, 1962), Kwamina - Performer (October 23, 1961 - November 18, 1961), Compulsion - Performer (October 24, 1957 - February 22, 1958)
ELIZABETH HUBBARD A publicity photograph of Hubbard looking over her shoulder, signed on the front, with a signed note on the back thanking a fan for their support (3¾x5¾) Autograph note on photograph signed: "Liz Hubbard", "L.H.", B/w 3¾x5¾. read more...
Sale Price $180.00
ELIZABETH HUBBARD Signature of the actress, a soap opera star for nearly half a century Signature: "Elizabeth/Hubbard", 5x3. Elizabeth Hubbard (b. 1933) made her first soap opera appearance on The Guiding Light in 1962. She is best known, however, for her roles as Dr. read more...
Sale Price $108.00
ELIZABETH HUBBARD Signed letter from the actress to a fan with cancer, saying she is unsure of how her battle is going, but that she hopes the poem "Man With Wooden Leg Escapes Prison" might be inspiring to her Typed letter signed: "xx/Liz", in purple felt tip, 2 pages (integral leaf), 11x8½ open flat, 5½x8½ closed. read more...
Sale Price $288.00
DOCTORS TV CAST - PRINTED ILLUSTRATION SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ALEC BALDWIN, GLENN CORBETT, KATHERINE GLASS, KIM ZIMMER, LAWRENCE WEBER, LARRY RILEY, JAMES PRITCHETT, MEG MUNDY, BEN THOMAS, DAVID O'BRIEN, ELIZABETH HUBBARD, TERRY O'QUINN, ROBERT FRANK TELFER, GRACIE HARRISON, JADA ROWLAND, LAURIE KLATSCHER, LYDIA BRUCE - HFSID 205054THE DOCTORS CAST Seventeen cast members of the Emmy-winning daytime soap signed this page that features a printed image from the show Printed Illustration Signed: “Alec Baldwin/ (Billy)”, “Best Wishes! read more...
Sale Price $595.00