Audrey Meadows Overview:

Actress, Audrey Meadows, was born Audrey Cotter on Feb 8, 1922 in Wu-ch'ang, China. Meadows died at the age of 74 on Feb 3, 1996 in Beverly Hills, CA .

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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.

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Connie Emerson: [talking to Cathy] For 2000 years we've had their children, washed their clothes, cooked their meals and cleaned their houses. And what did they give us in return? The right to smoke in public. We sold out for a cigarette - and you don't even smoke!


Connie Emerson: He's so low that when they bury him, they'll have to dig UP!


Connie Emerson: Men take one look at you and all of a sudden their wives don't understand them.


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Audrey and Joyce Randolph (who played neighbor Trixie in the Honeymooner's sketches) knew each other before the classic TV show. They once worked together in a summer stock production of "No, No, Nanette.".

Late husband, Bob Six, was CEO of Continental Airlines and was once married to Ethel Merman.

She was born in China because her parents were missionaries there. Until she came to the US as a young girl, Audrey spoke nothing but Chinese.

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