American actress Janet Alice Landgard died of brain cancer at her Papago Springs, Colorado home on November 6th. She was 75. Landgard was born in Pasadena, California on December 2, 1947, and worked for the William Adrian Modeling Agency. While still at Pasadena High, she made her onscreen debut in 1963 on ‘The Donna Reed Show’, playing a girl named Sabrina on a fifth-season episode. She also appeared on ABC’s ‘My Three Sons’ that year. She would go on to star with Burt Lancaster in the 1968 film “The Swimmer” written by Eleanor Perry and directed by Frank Perry. Landgard appeared in one Spaghetti western as Kate Mayfield in 1969’s “Land Raiders” with Telly Savalas and George Maharis.