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Adele Malis-Morey (1927–2000)

Adele Malis-Morey was born on August 23, 1927. She was an actress, known for The Black Cauldron (1985), Doc Hollywood (1991) and Critters (1986). She was married to Morey. She died on March 16, 2000 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »


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Known For

The Black Cauldron
Doc Hollywood
Doc Hollywood Woman with Glasses
Critters Woman #1
Lucky Stiff
Lucky Stiff Gramma


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 1999 Follow Your Heart
Homeless Woman
 1998 ER (TV Series)
- Exodus (1998) ... Ida (uncredited)
 1995 Saving Souls (Short)
Church Follower
 1995 Night Stand (TV Series)
Older Woman
- The Self-Improvement Show (1995) ... Older Woman
 1993 The John Larroquette Show (TV Series)
- Newcomer (1993) ... Carol
 1991 Doc Hollywood
Woman with Glasses
 1991 Hunter (TV Series)
Bar Customer
- Under Suspicion (1991) ... Bar Customer
 1989 Nowhere to Run
Miss Cuvvyduck
 1988 Lucky Stiff
 1986 Say Yes
 1986 Critters
Woman #1
 1985 The Black Cauldron
Orwen (voice)
 1982 Ri¢hie Ri¢h (TV Series)
Additional Voices
 1980 The Black Marble
Woman at Cemetery (as Adele Malis)
 1977 Kingdom of the Spiders
Betty Johnson (as Adele Malis)

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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in the play, "George Washington Slept Here," at the Pheasant Run Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Kelly Danford.

Alternate Names:

Adele Malis

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She was nominated for a 1975 Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Play for her performance in "George Washington Slept Here" at the Pheasant Run Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.

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