Nanette Fabray, 97

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Nanette Fabray, 97

Postby undisclosedillness » Fri Feb 23, 2018 6:22 pm

Nanette Fabray, the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical comedy star whose work with Sid Caesar on the classic 1950s TV comedy-variety show "Caesar's Hour" earned her three Emmy Awards and a lifetime of television work, has died. She was 97.

Fabray, whose early hearing problem spurred her to become a high-profile advocate for the hearing impaired, died Thursday of natural causes in Palos Verdes, her son, Jamie MacDougall, said.

Fabray had won a Tony for best actress in the 1949 musical "Love Life" and appeared in the 1953 MGM musical "The Band Wagon" — in which she, Fred Astaire and Jack Buchanan performed the famous "Triplets" number as "three little unexpected children" — before becoming the female lead on "Caesar's Hour" in 1954.
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Re: Nanette Fabray, 97

Postby Boomshadow » Fri Feb 23, 2018 11:45 pm

No no, Nanette.
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Re: Nanette Fabray, 97

Postby JGL53 » Sat Feb 24, 2018 11:09 am

Sad. She had so much to live for.
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Re: Nanette Fabray, 97

Postby FeastingMaggots » Sun Feb 25, 2018 8:30 pm

Just met up with Great Caesar's Ghost.
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