Film still from “The Graduate,” with Dustin Hoffman
At the age of 94, we say goodbye to Tony Award-winning actress Elizabeth Wilson.
Although she was on Broadway for many decades, from the 50’s to the 90’s, Wilson was best known for her film work in “The Graduate,” “Addams Family,” and “9 to 5.”
In 1955, she reprised her stage role in the 1955 film adaptation of “Picnic.” Wilson also appeared in “The Tunnel of Love.” “Catch-22,” “The Birds” and more.
Wilson’s television credits include such early anthology series as Kraft Television Theatre, The United States Steel Hour, and Armstrong Circle Theatre. She was a regular on the primetime drama East Side/West Side and sitcom Doc and appeared in Dark Shadows, Another World, All in the Family, Murder, She Wrote, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.