Alice Ghostley (Performer) | Playbill

Alice Ghostley

Performer

Ms. Ghostley is survived by her sister, Gladys. Her husband, the actor Felice Orlandi, died in 2003.

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  • Born: Aug 13, 1924 in Vernon County, Missouri
  • Death: Sep 20, 2007 in Studio City, California

Roles (24)

Annie Playbill - Feb 1980 Annie
Opened April 21, 1977
  • as Miss Hannigan (Replacement)
    Arrived On Aug 15, 1978
The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window Playbill - Oct 1964 The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window
Opened October 15, 1964
  • as Mavis Parodus Bryson (Original)
The Beauty Part Playbill - Dec 1962 The Beauty Part
Opened December 26, 1962
  • as Grace Fingerhead (Original)
  • as Kitty Entrail (Original)
  • as Octavia Weatherwax (Original)
A Thurber Carnival Playbill - April 1960 A Thurber Carnival
Opened February 26, 1960
  • as Jeanette Gaines (Original)
  • as Miss Whittaker (Original)
  • as Narrator (Original)
  • as Nellie (Original)
  • as Salesgirl (Original)
  • as She (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Maybe Tuesday
Opened January 29, 1958
  • as Lois (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Livin' the Life
Opened April 27, 1957
  • as Aunt Polly (Original)
Shangri-La Playbill - June 1956 Shangri-La
Opened June 13, 1956
  • as Miss Brinklow (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Trouble in Tahiti
Opened April 19, 1955
  • as Dinah (Original)
Sandhog Playbill - Nov 1954 Sandhog
Opened November 23, 1954
  • as Sheela Cavanaugh (Original)
New Faces of 1952 Playbill - June 1952 Leonard Sillman's New Faces of 1952
Opened May 16, 1952
  • as Elsie (Original)
  • as Featured Singer (Original)
  • as John Jerome's Wife (Original)
  • as Lady Sylvia Malpractice (Original)
  • as Madame Flora (Original)
  • as Mae (Original)
  • as Marcella (Original)
  • as Mother (Original)

Awards

Tony Award
1965 Best Featured Actress in a Play Winner
1963 Best Featured Actress in a Play Nominee
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