Allyn Ann McLerie

Allyn Ann McLerie

Performer

Allyn Ann McLerie, who had a celebrated career on the Broadway stage before exploring a variety of roles on screen, has died at the age of 91 following a battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Her death was confirmed to The New York Times by her daughter, Iya Gaynes Falcone Brown.

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  • Also known as: Allyn McLerie, Allyn Ann McLerie
  • Born: Dec 1, 1926 in Grand Mere, QC
  • Death: May 21, 2018 in North Bend, WA

Roles (19)

The Beast in Me Playbill - May 1963 The Beast in Me (1963)
Opened May 14, 1963
  • as Wolfess (Original)
  • as Pouncetta (Original)
  • as Nymph (Original)
  • as Mrs. Parrot (Original)
  • as Mother Moth (Original)
  • as Frog (Original)
  • as Congregation (Original)
  • as Cigarette Girl (Original)
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West Side Story Playbill - April 1960 West Side Story (1960)
Opened Apr 27, 1960
  • as Anita (Original)
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Redhead Playbill - Oct 1959 Redhead (1959)
Opened Feb 5, 1959
  • as Essie Whimple (Understudy - Original)
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Time Limit! Playbill - Jan 1956 Time Limit! (1956)
Opened Jan 24, 1956
  • as WAC Corporal Jean Evans (Original)
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Where's Charley? Playbill - Feb 1951 Where's Charley? (1951)
Opened Jan 29, 1951
  • as Amy Spettigue (Original)
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Miss Liberty Playbill - Oct 1949 Miss Liberty (1949)
Opened Jul 15, 1949
  • as Monique DuPont (Original)
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Where's Charley? Playbill - March 1949 Where's Charley? (1948)
Opened Oct 11, 1948
  • as Amy Spettigue (Original)
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On the Town Playbill - Opening Night On the Town (1944)
Opened Dec 28, 1944
  • as Ivy Smith (Replacement)
  • as Doll Girl (Original)
  • as Dance Ensemble (Original)
  • as 2nd Ballet Girl (Original)
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One Touch of Venus Playbill - Jan 1944 One Touch of Venus (1943)
Opened Oct 7, 1943
  • as Dancing Ensemble (Original)
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Awards

Theatre World Awards
1949 Theatre World Award Where's Charley? Winner
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