Elisabeth Fraser

Elisabeth Fraser

Performer

Elisabeth Fraser, an actress who started on Broadway in 1940 and later appeared in films and TV for many years, died May 5, 2005, in California, Variety reported. Ms. Fraser, a Brooklyn native, was 85 and died of congestive heart failure. She appeared as Sadie, a friend of Shelley Winters' character in the film "A Patch of Blue," and as Sgt. Bilko's girlfriend in TV's "The Phil Silvers Show."

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  • Born: Jan 8, 1920 in Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Death: May 5, 2005 in Woodland Hills, CA, USA

Roles (9)

Great Day in the Morning Playbill - March 1962 Great Day in the Morning (1962)
Opened Mar 28, 1962
  • as Dutchy (Original)
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Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole (1961)
Opened Oct 5, 1961
  • as Master Sgt. Florence Denzil (Original)
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The Tunnel of Love Playbill - Dec 1957 The Tunnel of Love (1957)
Opened Feb 13, 1957
  • as Alice Pepper (Original)
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PB.Listing.Placeholder.BROADWAY.V4.jpg Mr. Adam (1949)
Opened May 25, 1949
  • as Mary Ellen Adam (Original)
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Winged Victory Winged Victory (1943)
Opened Nov 20, 1943
  • as Helen (Original)
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The Family Playbill - March 1943 The Family (1943)
Opened Mar 30, 1943
  • as Lida (Original)
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The Russian People Playbill - Jan 1943 The Russian People (1942)
Opened Dec 29, 1942
  • as Valya (Original)
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There Shall Be No Night Playbill - July 1940 There Shall Be No Night (1940)
Opened Apr 29, 1940
  • as Kaatri Alquist (Original)
  • as Kaatri Alquist (Original)
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