B.J. Crosby

B.J. Crosby

Performer

B.J. Crosby, the actress/singer who first came to prominence and earned a Tony nomination as part of the original ensemble of the long-running Broadway revue Smokey Joe's Cafe, reportedly has died at age 63. Her death was tweeted by friend Harvey Fierstein March 27, but could not immediately be confirmed.

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  • Also known as: Joanne Crayton, Lady B.J.
  • Born: Nov 23, 1952 in New Orleans, LA
  • Death: Mar 2015 in New Orleans, LA

Awards

Tony Award
1995 Best Featured Actress in a Musical Smokey Joe's Cafe Nominee

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