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Acteur dans 33 films

Né(e) le 21 février 1934

Mort le 03 juin 2010 (à 76 ans)

Rue McClanahan

Acteur dans

  • Starship Troopers
  • The Man in the Brown Suit
  • Liens secrets
  • Five Minutes to Live
  • Croisière galère
  • Hollywood After Dark
  • The People Next Door
  • Rusty, Cane Coraggioso
  • Five Minutes to Love
  • A Holiday to Remember
  • Hogan's Goat
  • How to Succeed with Girls
  • A Different Approach
  • Some of My Best Friends Are
  • Angel's Flight
  • Rainbow
  • Topper
  • Nunsense
  • Nuncrackers
  • Nunsense 2: The Sequel
  • Nunsense 3: The Jamboree
  • Annabelle, Un amour de petite Vache
  • Mother of the Bride
  • Children of the Bride
  • Message from Nam
  • Sherlock Holmes -Le Rivage oublié
  • Sergeant Matlovich vs. the U.S. Air Force
  • Blade
  • The Wickedest Witch
  • Mickey's 60th Birthday
  • After the Shock
  • Escroc malgré lui
  • Das Mädchen mit den Wunderhölzern

A participé à

  • Mother of the Bride
A veteran television actress and Broadway star of the 50s, Rue McClanahan was an actress noticed by television executive, Norman Lear. Lear cast her in a number of television shows, including "All in the Family" (1971) with 'Carroll OConnor' and "Maude" (1972) with Bea Arthur. McClanahan next co-starred with Vicki Lawrence, Ken Berry, Betty White and Carol Burnett in "Mama's Family" (1983) for three years, and after it was canceled by NBC, McClanahan was probably best known for her role as the saucy, sharp southern belle, Blanche, in "The Golden Girls" (1985). She once again worked with Bea Arthur and Betty White, and with relative newcomer Estelle Getty. All four of the women won Emmy Awards for their roles. After Bea Arthur left the show after eight seasons, McClanahan, White and Getty returned for a brief spin-off in "The Golden Palace" (1992). In the mid-nineties, McClanahan was diagnosed with cancer, but was able to fight it successfully. In addition to lending her talents to a number of made for TV films, McClanahan has also appeared on the big screen in recent years co-starring with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau in the comedy Out to Sea (1997) and with Casper Van Dien in Starship Troopers (1997). McClanahan also spends her time joining and helping organizations against cancer, AIDS, and cruelty against animals.

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