Dorothy Loudon

Dorothy Loudon

Performer

Dorothy Loudon, who created one of the more indelible portraits in musical comedy history with her portrayal of the slatternly, orphan-hating Miss Hannigan in the orignal Annie, died Nov. 14, 2003. She was 70. The cause was cancer, the Associated Press reported.

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  • Born: Sep 17, 1925 in Boston, Massachusetts
  • Death: Nov 15, 2003 in New York, New York

Roles (15)

Dinner at Eight Playbill - Opening Night Dinner at Eight (2002)
Opened Dec 19, 2002
  • as Carlotta Vance (Replacement)
  • Nov 23, 2002 - Nov 23, 2002
The 40th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - June 1, 1986 The 40th Annual Tony Awards - 1986 (1986)
Opened Jun 1, 1986
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
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Jerry's Girls Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1985 Jerry's Girls (1985)
Opened Dec 18, 1985
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Noises Off Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1983 Noises Off (1983)
Opened Dec 11, 1983
  • as Dotty Otley (Original)
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The 37th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - June 5, 1983 The 37th Annual Tony Awards - 1983 (1983)
Opened Jun 5, 1983
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
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The West Side Waltz Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 1981 The West Side Waltz (1981)
Opened Nov 19, 1981
  • as Cara Varnum (Original)
The West Side Waltz - Opening Night
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Sweeney Todd Playbill - Feb 1979 Sweeney Todd (1979)
Opened Mar 1, 1979
  • as Mrs. Lovett (Replacement)
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Ballroom Playbill - Dec 1978 Ballroom (1978)
Opened Dec 14, 1978
  • as Bea Asher (Original)
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Annie Playbill - Feb 1980 Annie (1977)
Opened Apr 21, 1977
  • as Miss Hannigan (Original)
Annie - May 1977
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The Women Playbill - April 1973 The Women (1973)
Opened Apr 25, 1973
  • as Edith (Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1979 Outstanding Actress in a Musical Ballroom Nominee
1977 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Annie Winner
1969 Outstanding Performance The Fig Leaves Are Falling Winner
Theatre World Awards
1963 Theatre World Award Nowhere to Go But Up Winner
Tony Award
1979 Best Actress in a Musical Ballroom Nominee
1977 Best Actress in a Musical Annie Winner
1969 Best Actress in a Musical The Fig Leaves Are Falling Nominee
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