|Date of Birth||17 January 1942 , St. Paul, Minnesota, USA|
|Date of Death||5 January 2001 , LaCrosse, Wisconsin, USA (congestive heart failure)|
|Birth Name||Nancy Anne Parsons|
|Height||5' 6" (1.68 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
She returned to acting after divorcing her husband. While at UCLA, completing a theatre degree, she won the Hugh O'Brien Award; an event that launched her career. This award drew her to her lifelong friend and agent Susan Smith. Throughout her career, she garnered a Family Film Award for Best Actress in Porky's 3: Revenge (1985), an Academy of Science Fiction and Fantasy nomination for Best Supporting Actress in Motel Hell (1980), a Dramalogue Award for the play "Dead End At Sunset," and a woman of the year award from the Alumni Association of her alma mater, The Pasadena Playhouse.
These are all her career achievements, but we would say the greatest legacy she has left us is the ability to live passionately, as individuals. Nancy always believed that art was the noblest of paths one could follow -- that it took an immense amount of courage, stamina and chutzpah (one of her favorite words).
Nancy is survived by Margot Hipwell and her children Cassidy Coulson, and Jasper Coulson, and me, Elizabeth Hipwell. Thank you Mom! You will never be forgotten!
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Elizabeth Hipwell
|Alan Hipwell||(January 1963 - 1972) (divorced) (2 children)|