Nixon survived breast cancer in 1985 and 2000 but finally succumbed to the disease. She died after a six-month battle with lung cancer at the age of 62. Stratten appeared in three comedy films and in at least two episodes of shows broadcast on US network television. She appeared in the camp classic television film "Gargoyles" (1972) and the Dan Curtis television film "The Great Ice Rip-Off" (1974) that featured Lee J. Cobb and Gig Young. In 1973 she had a brief stint as reporter Marge Grey on the daytime television soap opera "All My Children." She died after a six-month battle with lung cancer at the age of 62.Actress. Margaret Nixon McEathron (February 22, 1930 – July 24, 2016), known Oscar Levant (December 27, 1906 – August 14, 1972) was a concert piaDorothy Ruth Hoogstraten (February 28, 1960 – August 14, 1980), stagprofessionally as Marni Nixon, was a soprano and playback singer for featured actresses in movie musicals. She was introduced in episode 265 and remained a series regular throughout the remainder of the show's production. At approximately 11 p.m., Snider's private investigator called Dr. Stephen Cushner's (friend of Snider) private line, saying that he had been trying to telephone Snider for several hours, but Snider would not answer his phone. Are you sure that you want to delete this memorial?

To view a photo in more detail or edit captions for photos you added, click the photo to open the photo viewer.Flowers added to the memorial appear on the bottom of the memorial or here on the Flowers tab. Despite his afflictions, Levant was considered a multifaceted genius by some. Grayson Hall was an American actress of Jewish descent. Stratten was the Playboy Playmate of the Month for August 1979, Playmate of the Year in 1980 and was the second Playmate (after Lee Ann Michelle) born in the 1960s. She was widely regarded for her avant-garde theatrical performances from the 1960s to the 1980s. Her last onscreen role was that of Euphemia Ralston (Delila's scheming mother) in the television daytime soap opera "One Life to Live" from July 1982 until April 1983. She had an active stage career in New York City with a role in the controversial Jean Genet play "The Balcony" for over one year at the Circle in the Square theatre in Greenwich Village and was the longest running off-Broadway play for many decades. They separated in 1949 and she returned to New York and married writer Sam Hall in 1952. Besides her voice work in films, Nixon's varied career included some film roles of her own, television, opera, musicals on Broadway and elsewhere throughout the United States, concerts with major symphony orchestras, and recordings. She was in the 1980 US Broadway premiere of "The Suicide" with Derek Jacobi and appeared opposite Geraldine Page, Carrie Nye and Madeline Sherwood in an Off-Broadway revival of "The Madwoman of Chailot". She starred in an ABC Wide World Mystery film "The Two Deaths of Sean Doolittle" (1975) which was written by her husband, Sam Hall. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, she hosted a children's television show in Seattle on KOMO-TV channel 4 called Boomerang, winning four Emmy Awards as best actress, and made numerous other television appearances on variety shows and as a guest star in prime time series. The character of Dr. Julia Hoffman was originally intended to be a male character. Originally scheduled as a guest panelist, Levant proved so quick-witted and popular that he became a regular fixture on the show in the late 1930s and 1940s, along with fellow panelists Franklin P. Adams and John Kieran, and moderator Clifton Fadiman. She is also remembered for her role as Doctor Julia Hoffman on the daytime Gothic television soap opera "Dark Shadows," which ran from 1966 until 1971. Grayson Hall was born on September 18, 1923 and died on August 7, 1985. She was widely regarded for her avant-garde theatrical performances from the 1960s to the 1980s. I never was your little itsy-poo 18 or 20-year-old.

To add a flower, click the “Leave a Flower” button.Family members linked to this person will appear here.Use the links under “See more…” to quickly search for other people with the same last name in the same cemetery, city, county, etc.Remove advertising from a memorial by sponsoring it for just $5. Grayson Hall (September 18, 1922 – August 7, 1985) was an American television, film and stage actress. Hollywood Page Of Death. She was in the 1980 US Broadway premiere of "The Suicide" with Derek Jacobi and appeared opposite Geraldine Page, Carrie Nye and Madeline Sherwood in an Off-Broadway revival of "The Madwoman of Chailot". Her father was from Latvia and her mother, who had acted in the Yiddish theatre, was from South Africa. Born Shirley H. Grossman, her father immigrated from Latvia and her mother from South Africa. Thank you for fulfilling this photo request. 8423468, citing Saint John the Evangelist Church Cemetery, Barrytown, Dutchess County, New York, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave . Other key roles that she played on the show were those of Countess Natalie Dupres, a Gypsy Magda Rakosi, a Mrs. Danvers-type housekeeper, Julia Collins, and Constance Collins, sister of Brutus Collins.