Carrie Nye (Performer) | Playbill

Carrie Nye

Performer

Carrie Nye was born on Oct. 14, 1936, in Greenwood, MS. Her father was a bank president and her mother was a housewife. She attended Stephens College in Columbia, MO, and went on to the Yale School of Drama. She went directly to Williamstown after graduating.

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  • Also Known As: Carolyn Nye McGeoy
  • Born: Oct 13, 1936 in Greenwood, MS, USA
  • Death: Jul 11, 2006 in Manhattan, New York

Roles (6)

The Man Who Came to Dinner Playbill - June 1980 The Man Who Came to Dinner
Opened June 26, 1980
  • as Lorraine Sheldon (Original)
Pb Listing Placeholder BROADWAY V4 Home Fires
Opened April 07, 1969
  • as Margaret Ross-Hughes (Original)
A Very Rich Woman Playbill - Sept 1965 A Very Rich Woman
Opened September 30, 1965
  • as Ursula Bailey (Original)
A Very Rich Woman Playbill - Sept 1965
Half a Sixpence Playbill - April 1965 Half a Sixpence
Opened April 25, 1965
  • as Helen Walsingham (Original)
Mary, Mary Playbill - Jan 1962 Mary, Mary
Opened March 08, 1961
  • as Tiffany Richards (Replacement)
    Arrived On Feb 05, 1962
A Second String Playbill - April 1960 A Second String
Opened April 13, 1960
  • as Inez (Original)
A Second String Playbill - April 1960

Awards

Drama Desk Award
1981 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Nominee
Tony Award
1965 Best Featured Actress in a Musical Nominee
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