(8/7-8/19/01) Stage: "And Then There's Bea" at the Amaturo Theatre, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
1 Biographical Movie |
1 Portrayal |
2 Interviews |
15 Articles |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
5' 9½" (1.77 m)
Did You Know?
[In 1978]: Norman has had an idea some time ago in which Maude becomes a congresswoman and moves to Washington. Norman said if you go on for another year, we'll do it in Washington with a new cast. And if you don't, it's a hell of a way to end the show.
Though her ex-Maude
(1972) co-star, Adrienne Barbeau
had missed the majority of the episodes for the final two seasons of the series, due to her busy scheduling, they were still the best of friends until Bea's death.
Usually played the roles that reflected upon liberalism and feminism