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Elaine Stritch Overview:

Legendary actress, Elaine Stritch, was born on Feb 2, 1925 in Detroit, MI. Stritch died at the age of 89 on Jul 15, 2014 in Birmingham, MI .

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Stritch was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame . Stritch was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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Hollywood’s Greatest: Then and Now – Part 3

By Josh Kaye on Jul 6, 2012 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Where Is She Now? was never one for the big screen, or the little screen, so a lot of her credits in those areas are limited. Since 2000, she has appeared in only 10 TV shows or movies. She made an appearance in two episodes of 3rd Rock from the Sun as Martha Albright, her first in th... Read full article


Hollywood’s Greatest: Then and Now – Part 2

By Josh Kaye on Jul 4, 2012 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Known more for her work on the stage than on the big screen, was born February 2, 1925 to Mildred and George Stritch in Detroit, Michigan. Born into a wealthy family, Stritch had the opportunity to pursue her dream of acting and train at the Dramatic Workship of The New School in New ... Read full article


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Elaine Stritch Quotes:

Liz Baker: Oh, come off it, Lieutenant, admit it! The guy bugs you.
Lt. Vicki Loren: As far as I'm concerned, a bug is something you find crawling in your bed.
Liz Baker: I rest my case.


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Elaine Stritch Facts
Once nearly married late actor Gig Young. After their broken engagement he married pre-"Bewitched" (1964) star Elizabeth Montgomery.

Wins Tony award for Best Special Theatrical Event and Drama Desk award for best solo performance for her one-woman memoir of a Broadway show "Elaine Stritch At Liberty." Show also won Drama Desk award for best book of a musical (May/June 2002).

Made a "Living Landmark" of New York City in 2003 for her contributions to Broadway.

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