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Overview (3)

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Died in USA  (natural causes)
Birth NameMarjorie A Redmond

Mini Bio (1)

Marge Redmond was born on December 14, 1924 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA as Marjorie A Redmond. She was an actress, known for Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993), The Flying Nun (1967) and The Fortune Cookie (1966). She was married to Jack Weston. She died on February 10, 2020 in the USA.

Spouse (1)

Jack Weston (19 April 1950 - 198?) ( divorced)

Trivia (9)

Portrayed "Sarah Tucker" in Cool Whip Commercials of the 1970s.
Best remembered as portraying Sister Jacqueline on the television show The Flying Nun (1967).
Along with Frances Sternhagen, Marge Redmond is performing at the Florida Stage Theatre in Manalapan, Florida in a play called "The Exact Center of the Universe". She also performed this show on two different occasions in New York in April and September of 2000. [January 2001]
Stepped in for Angela Lansbury to portray Mrs. Lovett in the original Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd in 1979 when she went on vacation.
Graduated in 1942 from Lakewood High School in Cleveland, Ohio.
Did voice work for two installments of the Grand Theft Auto video game franchise.
Started her professional career in Cleveland, Ohio, as a cooking expert on radio and with repertory companies in musicals. She later had her own 'agony aunt' radio show, "Ask Miss Wells".
First performed on stage as a member of her high school's drama group, Barnstormers.
After graduation, she worked in a bank as a typist and a mail page.

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