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Patricia Elliott, Tony Award-Winning Stage and Screen Actress, Dead at 77

21 December 2015 9:00 PM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Patricia Elliott, the Tony winner who became a fixture on ABC's One Life to Live, died of cancer Sunday in Manhattan. Playbill confirmed the 77-year-old actress's death with her niece. Elliott, who found success both on stage and onscreen, began her career in the ’60s with plays and small TV parts. Her Broadway musical debut came with 1973's A Little Night Music, for which she played Countess Charlotte Malcolm and nabbed a Tony as best featured actress. Other theater credits included roles on The Elephant Man (opposite David Bowie), Tartuffe, The Shadow Box (nominated for a best featured actress Tony), and King Lear. (More on her stage work here and here.) Onscreen she would have been most recognizable as One Life to Live's Renee Divine Buchanan, a character she played for 23 years. She also appeared as a guest on a slew of other TV shows, such as Kojak and »

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Patricia Elliott, Tony Winner and One Life to Live Star, Dies at 77

21 December 2015 4:45 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Tony-winning actress and soap opera star Patricia Elliott died at her home in Manhattan Sunday following a battle with cancer, her niece Sally Fay confirmed the news to The Associated Press. She was 77. Elliott began her career on Broadway in the original production of Stephen Sondheim's "A Little Night Music, playing Countess Charlotte Malcolm, a role that would earn her a best featured actress Tony in 1973. She would go on to receive a nomination in 1977 for "The Shadow Box," with other major Broadway credits including "A Doll's House," "A Month of Sundays," "Hedda Gabler and "The Elephant Man. She »

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Patricia Elliott, Tony Winner and One Life to Live Star, Dies at 77

21 December 2015 4:45 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Tony-winning actress and soap opera star Patricia Elliott died at her home in Manhattan Sunday following a battle with cancer, her niece Sally Fay confirmed the news to The Associated Press. She was 77. Elliott began her career on Broadway in the original production of Stephen Sondheim's "A Little Night Music, playing Countess Charlotte Malcolm, a role that would earn her a best featured actress Tony in 1973. She would go on to receive a nomination in 1977 for "The Shadow Box," with other major Broadway credits including "A Doll's House," "A Month of Sundays," "Hedda Gabler and "The Elephant Man. She »

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Patricia Elliott, Tony Winner and ‘One Life to Live’ Actress, Dies at 77

21 December 2015 3:53 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Tony Award winner and soap opera star Patricia Elliott died Sunday after a battle with cancer. She was 77.

Elliot died in her Manhattan home Sunday, her niece Sally Fay told ABC News.

She was born in Gunnison, Colorado. After graduating from the University of Colorado, Elliot worked at the Cleveland Play House, the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis and Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.

The actress won her Tony in 1973 for her Broadway debut as Charlotte Malcolm in Stephen Sondheim’s “A Little Night Music.” Elliott was nominated for a Tony in 1977 for “The Shadow Box.” She also spent time on Broadway in “A Doll’s House,” “A Month of Sundays,” “Hedda Gabler” and “The Elephant Man.”

From 1988 to 2011, Elliot played Renee Divine Buchanan on the ABC daytime soap “One Life to Live.” Her other TV guest roles include appearances on “Kojak,” “St. Elsewhere,” and “Hill Street Blues.”

Elliot is survived by her niece Fay, »

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