|Born||in Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA|
|Died||in Los Angeles, California, USA (cancer)|
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Rosalind Cash was an actress whose career endured and flourished on stage, screen, and television, despite her staunch refusal to portray stereotypical Black roles. Ms. Cash was nominated for an Emmy for her work on the Public Broadcasting Service production of American Playhouse: Go Tell It on the Mountain (1985). She was popular in other highly rated television productions, including the special King Lear (1983) and Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (1980). She also guest starred on such popular television series as Barney Miller (1975), Police Story (1973), Kojak (1973), Mary Tyler Moore (1970), China Beach (1988), Thirtysomething (1987), Cagney & Lacey (1981), and Hill Street Blues (1981).
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Spunky and intelligent African-American actress who played strong female characters in a career that was arguably under appreciated by Hollywood, possibly for her refusal to play stereotypical Negro characters on screen. Cash's first film appearance was a minor role in the thriller Klute (1971), however she so impressed the right people that Cash was cast in the female lead in an inter-racial relationship with screen legend Charlton Heston in the post-apocalyptic horror of The Omega Man (1971). Plus, she was perfect as the sensitive nurse "Lorrie" falling in love with troubled rookie police officer Stacy Keach in The New Centurions (1972) and she made a wonderful "Goneril" in the critically praised TV production of Great Performances: King Lear (1974).
Strangely enough, Cash struggled to land meatier roles in feature films, but she was kept pretty busy guest starring in key TV shows of the 1970s and 1980s including Good Times (1974), Starsky and Hutch (1975), Barney Miller (1975), Hill Street Blues (1981) and many more. Sadly, Cash passed away from cancer on October 31st 1995.
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