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Rosalind Russell

Rosalind RussellBorn: 4-Jun-1907
Birthplace: Waterbury, CT
Died: 28-Nov-1976
Location of death: Beverly Hills, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - Breast
Remains: Buried, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA

Gender: Female
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Auntie Mame

Father: (lawyer)
Husband: Frederick Brisson (m. 25-Oct-1941, until her death, one son)
Son: Lance Brisson (b. 1943)

    University: Marymount School, Tarrytown, NY
    University: American Academy of Dramatic Art, New York City

    Hollywood Anti-Nazi League
    Golden Globe 1947 for Sister Kenny
    Golden Globe 1948 for Mourning Becomes Electra
    Golden Globe 1959 for Auntie Mame
    Golden Globe 1962 for A Majority of One
    Golden Globe 1963 for Gypsy
    Tony 1953 for Wonderful Town
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1708 Vine St.
    Hip Replacement Surgery
    Risk Factors: Arthritis

    Mrs. Pollifax-Spy (12-May-1971) · Mrs. Pollifax
    Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows (10-Apr-1968) · Mother Superior
    Rosie! (22-Nov-1967)
    Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feeling So Sad (15-Feb-1967)
    The Trouble with Angels (30-Mar-1966) · Mother Superior
    Gypsy (1-Nov-1962) · Rose
    Five Finger Exercise (19-Apr-1962) · Louise Harington
    A Majority of One (11-Jan-1962) · Mrs. Jacoby
    Auntie Mame (27-Dec-1958) · Auntie Mame
    Picnic (11-Feb-1956) · Rosemary the School Teacher
    The Girl Rush (Sep-1955)
    Never Wave at a WAC (28-Jan-1952)
    A Woman of Distinction (1-Mar-1950) · Susan Manning Middlecott
    Tell It to the Judge (18-Nov-1949) · Marsha Meredith
    The Velvet Touch (13-Jul-1948)
    Mourning Becomes Electra (19-Nov-1947) · Lavinia Mannon
    The Guilt of Janet Ames (6-Mar-1947) · Janet Ames
    Sister Kenny (29-Sep-1946) · Elizabeth Kenny
    She Wouldn't Say Yes (29-Nov-1945)
    Roughly Speaking (31-Jan-1945) · Louise Randall
    What a Woman! (28-Dec-1943)
    Flight for Freedom (4-Feb-1943) · Tonie Carter
    My Sister Eileen (24-Sep-1942) · Ruth Sherwood
    Take a Letter, Darling (6-May-1942)
    Design for Scandal (Dec-1941) · Judge Cornelia Porter
    The Feminine Touch (Oct-1941) · Julie Hathaway
    They Met in Bombay (27-Jun-1941) · Anya Von Duren
    This Thing Called Love (20-Dec-1940)
    Hired Wife (13-Sep-1940) · Kendal Browning
    No Time for Comedy (7-Sep-1940)
    His Girl Friday (11-Jan-1940) · Hildy Johnson
    The Women (1-Sep-1939) · Mrs. Howard Fowler
    Fast and Loose (17-Feb-1939)
    Four's a Crowd (13-Nov-1938) · Jean Christy
    The Citadel (3-Nov-1938) · Christine
    Man-Proof (7-Jan-1938) · Elizabeth Kent
    Live, Love and Learn (29-Oct-1937)
    Night Must Fall (30-Apr-1937) · Olivia
    Craig's Wife (25-Sep-1936)
    Trouble for Two (29-May-1936) · Miss Vandeleur
    Under Two Flags (30-Apr-1936) · Lady Venetia Cunningham
    It Had to Happen (14-Feb-1936)
    Rendezvous (23-Oct-1935) · Joel
    China Seas (9-Aug-1935) · Sybil
    Reckless (17-Apr-1935) · Jo
    West Point of the Air (23-Mar-1935)
    The Casino Murder Case (15-Mar-1935)
    Forsaking All Others (23-Dec-1934) · Eleanor
    The President Vanishes (17-Nov-1934)
    Evelyn Prentice (9-Nov-1934) · Mrs. Harrison

Author of books:
Life Is a Banquet (1977)

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