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Anne Helm (born September 12, 1938) is a retired actress, born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and current resident of Pasadena, California.

Living in New York City, Helm began her pursuit of an acting career, which eventually led to Hollywood. Beginning in the 1950s, she made guest appearances on different television series and made her motion picture debut in 1960. In 1961, she guest-starred in the premiere episode of ABC's Bus Stop series with Marilyn Maxwell, a drama set in a bus station and diner in fictitious Sunrise, Colorado. That same year, she appeared in the first season of CBS's Route 66 in the episode "The Clover Throne", and in the syndicated crime drama The Brothers Brannagan in the episode "Equinox".

She appeared in the role of Linda Moon in the 1960 episode "A Thief or Two" on CBS's anthology series The DuPont Show with June Allyson, with co-star Lew Ayres. She appeared on Rawhide in the episodes "Incident Near Gloomy River (1961) and "Inside Man" (1962).

Helm drew national recognition as the love interest of Elvis Presley in his 1962 film, Follow That Dream. She made five more films during the 1960s.

On January 15, 1963, Helm guest starred in the episode "Protective Custody" of NBC's Laramie western series. David Brian played Walt Douglas, an official of the stage line, who arrives in Laramie seeking his estranged daughter, Alicia, portrayed by Helm. Series character Jess Harper (Robert Fuller) knows Alicia as a saloon hostess using the name Lenora. Alicia is involved with two outlaws, Cass and Willard, played by Ron Hayes and Gregory Walcott, respectively, who aim to steal a mining payroll. Series character Slim Sherman (John Smith) tries to bring about reconciliation between Walt and Alicia, but Alicia shoots her father. Slim keeps the wounded Walt and Alicia at his relay station pending a hearing while Cass and Willard plan to seize the payroll when it is dropped off at the relay station.[1]

From 1971 to 1973, Helm was a regular cast member on the ABC soap opera General Hospital.

Her brother, Peter Helm (born 1941), also became an actor. The two appeared separately on the NBC medical drama The Eleventh Hour. Anne Helm starred as Janet Nolan in the 1964 episode "The Only Remaining Copy Is in the British Museum".

Anne Helm was married from 1968 to 1969 to author John Sherlock, with whom she had a son, Peter Sherlock.

She married a second time to actor Robert Viharo in 1971 and had a daughter Serena Viharo, who also became an actress. Helm and Viharo divorced in 1979.

After her acting career ended in 1986, she published children's books The Sunshine Angel Book for Angel Workers of All Ages (1992) and The Little Angel Workbook for Children of all Ages (1993) as Annie Helm.[2][3]

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