Actress Elizabeth Wilson, known for her supporting roles in The Graduate and 9 to 5, has sadly died at age 94.
The Tony Award winner passed away on Saturday, May 9 at her home in New Haven, Conn., the New York Times reported. Her cause of death is still unknown at this time.
Elizabeth (left) with costars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin in 9 to 5. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Elizabeth made her Broadway debut in 1953's Picnic and later won a Tony for her role as a Vietnam War veteran’s emotionally unstable mother in the 1972 show Sticks and Bones.
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Throughout her nearly 70-year career in showbiz, the actress also received several Emmy Award nominations, including one for her performance in the 1987 miniseries Nutcracker: Money, Madness and Murder.
Elizabeth in 1991's The Addams Family. (Photo Credit: R/R)
Her film credits include The Birds (1963), The Graduate (1967), Catch-22 (1970), 9 to 5 (1980) and The Addams Family (1991), among others. Her final film role was as Franklin Roosevelt's mother, Sara Delano Roosevelt, in the 2012 movie Hyde Park on Hudson.
She has additionally appeared as a guest star on popular TV series' Dark Shadows, All in the Family, Murder, She Wrote and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
Elizabeth is survived by her sister, Mary Muir Wilson, and several nieces and nephews.
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