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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.
    Endorsement of Liggett Group Chesterfield cigarettes
    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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