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Gloria Cromwell (1927–2008)

Gloria Cromwell was born on February 17, 1927 in Birmingham, Michigan, USA as Gloria Ann Cromwell. She was an actress, known for The War of the Roses (1989), Say Anything... (1989) and Soup for One (1982). She died on March 3, 2008 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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The War of the Roses
The War of the Roses Mrs. Marshall
Say Anything...
Soup for One
Soup for One Mrs. Franken
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 2003 Hope & Faith (TV Series)
Elderly Woman
- Remembrance of Rings Past (2003) ... Elderly Woman
 1995 The City (TV Series)
Maria (1996)
 1993 The Odd Couple: Together Again (TV Movie)
 1993 L.A. Law (TV Series)
Vivian Craig
- That's Why the Lady Is a Stamp (1993) ... Vivian Craig
 1992 Murphy Brown (TV Series)
Nanny #1
 1991 The Golden Girls (TV Series)
- The Case of the Libertine Belle (1991) ... Gloria
 1990 Cop Rock (TV Series)
Dorothy Dugan
- Potts Don't Fail Me Now (1990) ... Dorothy Dugan
 1990 Good Grief (TV Series)
Mrs. Heffner
- Viva Las Dacron (1990) ... Mrs. Heffner
 1990 Hunter (TV Series)
Inga Hanson
- A Snitch'll Break Your Heart (1990) ... Inga Hanson
 1989 The War of the Roses
Mrs. Marshall
 1989 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Anna Gunderson
- Class Act (1989) ... Anna Gunderson
 1989 Say Anything...
 1989 Coach (TV Series)
- 19 Candles (1989) ... Woman
 1989 Designing Women (TV Series)
- Ms. Meal Ticket (1989) ... Psychic
 1989 Moonlighting (TV Series)
 1989 Amityville: The Evil Escapes (TV Movie)
 1987 We Got It Made (TV Series)
Mrs. Foley
- A Dog's Life (1987) ... Mrs. Foley
 1987 Hill Street Blues (TV Series)
Judge Duretto
- Days of Swine and Roses (1987) ... Judge Duretto
 1987 Throb (TV Series)
- Buffalo (1987) ... Lillian
 1986 The Parent Trap II (TV Movie)
 1985 Stone Pillow (TV Movie)
Bus Terminal Matron
 1984 Kate & Allie (TV Series)
Janet Franklin
- Landlady (1984) ... Janet Franklin
 1982 Soup for One
Mrs. Franken
 1975-1981 Ryan's Hope (TV Series)
Georgia Rothchild
- Episode #1.1652 (1981) ... Georgia Rothchild
- Episode #1.1640 (1981) ... Georgia Rothchild
- Episode #1.1635 (1981) ... Georgia Rothchild
- Episode #1.1563 (1981) ... Georgia Rothchild
- Episode #1.1548 (1981) ... Georgia Rothchild
 1970-1975 The Doctors (TV Series)
Nurse Cromwell / Nurse
- Episode #1.3122 (1975) ... Nurse Cromwell
- Episode #1.3050 (1974) ... Nurse Cromwell (uncredited)
- Episode #1.3043 (1974) ... Nurse Cromwell (uncredited)
- Episode #1.3027 (1974) ... Nurse Cromwell (uncredited)
- Episode #1.3000 (1974) ... Nurse Cromwell (uncredited)
 1968 One Life to Live (TV Series)
Esther Hoffman (1999)

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(November 1 to 20, 1983) She played Dee in Patrick Tovatt's play, "Husbandry," in a '83 Shorts (new one act plays in repertory) Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Ray Fry (Les); Ken Jenkins (Harry) and Deborah Hedwall (Bev) in the cast. Jon Jory was director. See more »

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American character actress best known for playing Georgia Rothchild on the daytime soap "Ryan's Hope" from 1975- to 1983.

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