Actress Anne Baxter made her Broadway debut at age thirteen and won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in films at age twenty-three. In a long and successful career on stage, screen, radio, and television, she played her most memorable roles as Sophie MacDonald in The Razor's Edge (1946) and as Eve Harrington in All about Eve (1950), two enduring film classics. Baxter also led a diverse personal life, including an arduous and lonely stint as a pioneer wife in the Australian outback, which was related in her bestselling memoir, Intermission: A True Story (1976). This bio-bibliography describes her life and career in a biography and chronology, and details her achievements in the different production media, with full credits, synopses, and review sources provided for the films and plays. An extensive bibliography notes focused and passing treatment of Baxter in a wide variety of books and periodicals.