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Helen Verbit (1916–1996)

Helen Verbit was born on October 23, 1916 in New York City, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for Little Big Man (1970), Made for Each Other (1971) and The Lonely Guy (1984). She died on June 5, 1996 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »
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Known For

Little Big Man
(1970)
Made for Each Other
Made for Each Other Pandora's Mother
(1971)
The Lonely Guy
The Lonely Guy Woman in Window
(1984)

Filmography

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 1996 The Nanny (TV Series)
Woman in synagogue
- The Cantor Show (1996) ... Woman in synagogue
 1988 The Bronx Zoo (TV Series)
Louise
- Unnatural Selection (1988) ... Louise
 1986 Hollywood Zap
Housekeeper
 1986 Vasectomy: A Delicate Matter
Grandma Ragone
 1986 Mr. Belvedere (TV Series)
Woman #1
- The Teacher (1986) ... Woman #1
 1985 Night Court (TV Series)
Norma Gilpin
- The Gypsy (1985) ... Norma Gilpin
 1984 The Lonely Guy
Woman in Window
 1983 The Winds of War (TV Mini-Series)
New York Woman who talks about Hitler
- The Winds Rise (1983) ... New York Woman who talks about Hitler
 1977-1982 Barney Miller (TV Series)
Estelle Bobus / Stella Neimier / Evelyn Kruger
- Landmark: Part 2 (1982) ... Estelle Bobus
- People's Court (1980) ... Stella Neimier
- Atomic Bomb (1977) ... Evelyn Kruger
 1981 Eight Is Enough (TV Series)
Mrs. Wilcox
- Goals (1981) ... Mrs. Wilcox
 1980 The Righteous Apples (TV Series)
DC's mother
 1980 Happy Days (TV Series)
The Waitress
- Father and Son (1980) ... The Waitress
 1979 Flatbush (TV Series)
Mrs. Fortunato
- Moving Out (1979) ... Mrs. Fortunato
 1978 Rhoda (TV Series)
Rose
- Happy Anniversary (1978) ... Rose
 1977 Good Times (TV Series)
Saleswoman
- Penny's Christmas (1977) ... Saleswoman
 1976 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (TV Series)
Clara Klotterman
- Episode #2.15 (1976) ... Clara Klotterman
 1975 Wonder Woman (TV Series)
Nurse
- The New Original Wonder Woman (1975) ... Nurse
 1972-1974 Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series)
Nurse Lattimore / Katie Ryan
- The Resident (1974) ... Nurse Lattimore
- Please Don't Send Flowers (1972) ... Katie Ryan
 1974 Kojak (TV Series)
Molly Kramer
- The Betrayal (1974) ... Molly Kramer
 1974 Sanford and Son (TV Series)
First Nurse
- Fred's Cheating Heart (1974) ... First Nurse
 1972-1973 Love, American Style (TV Series)
Mrs. Kirby (segment "Love and the Last Joke") / Marian Andrews (segment "Love and the Tycoon")
- Love and the Christmas Punch/Love and the Mystic/Love and the Tycoon (1972) ... Marian Andrews (segment "Love and the Tycoon")
 1972 The New Temperatures Rising Show (TV Series)
Roberta
- The Accident Con (1972) ... Roberta
 1972 The Corner Bar (TV Series)
Lucille Potter
- Politics (1972) ... Lucille Potter
 1971 Made for Each Other
Pandora's Mother
 1970 Little Big Man
Madame
 1967 How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Mrs. Needlebaum - Finch's Landlady (uncredited)
 1966 A Fine Madness
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1962 Car 54, Where Are You? (TV Series)
Mrs. Callucci
- Toody & Muldoon Crack Down (1962) ... Mrs. Callucci
 1961 Naked City (TV Series)
Woman #2
- Requiem for a Sunday Afternoon (1961) ... Woman #2
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Wedding," at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut with Matt Conley, William Swetland, Jay Romig, Emery Battis, Patricia Pearcy, John Braden, Tom Atkins, Peter Brouwer, Will Lee, Astrid Ronning, Salvatore Pace, Carol Stren, Madeline Adams, Christopher Hastings and Martha ... See more »
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