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Mary Ellen Ashley


Mary Ellen Ashley was born on June 11, 1938 in Long Island, New York, USA. She is an actress and writer, known for The Producers (2005), Law & Order (1990) and Wear. See full bio »

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Known For

The Producers
The Producers Little Old Lady
(2005)
Law & Order
Law & Order Elaine / Jury Foreperson
(2001)
Wear
Wear Gam
A Tale of Two Pizzas
(2003)

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 2015 The Bunny Hole (TV Movie)
Josie Binks
 2014/I Straight (Short)
Mom
 2013 Chris's Briss (Short)
Mrs. Greenberg
 2013 Meet Pete (TV Series)
Older Lady Teller
 2012 Fifty Grades of Shay (Short)
Sister Mary Theresa Shay
 2012 Diminished Chords (Short)
Mrs. Ruth
 2009 Clear Blue Tuesday
Filthy Homeless Woman
 2008 Post Mortem (Short)
Doris
 2006/I Tightrope (Short)
The Lush
 2005 The Producers
Little Old Lady
 2005 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Helper
- Design (2005) ... Helper
 2005 In Hot Water (Short)
Aunt Millie
 2003 A Tale of Two Pizzas
Eleanor
 2001 Law & Order (TV Series)
Elaine / Jury Foreperson
- Formerly Famous (2001) ... Elaine
- Phobia (2001) ... Jury Foreperson
 1998 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (TV Movie)
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 2015 The Bunny Hole (TV Movie) (creator)
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 2003 A Tale of Two Pizzas (executive producer)

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Stage play: Yentl. Written by Leah Napolin and Isaac Bashevis Singer. Incidental music by Mel Marvin. Directed by Robert Kalfin. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 23 Oct 1975- 2 May 1975 (223 performances + 11 previews that began on 15 Oct 1975). Cast: Hy Anzell (as "Mordecai/Feitl"), Herman O. Arbeit (as "Treitl/Reb Alter, Hadass' Father"), Mary ... See more »
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