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Photo Flash: Remembering Maureen Stapleton

March 14
11:26 AM 2006
Maureen Stapleton, the Oscar- and Tony Award-winning character actress whose subtle vulnerability and down-to-earth toughness earned her dramatic and comedic roles on stage, screen, and television, died Monday, March 13th at the age of 80.

Stapleton will be remembered for, among other performances, creating the role of Serafina della Rose in Tennessee Williams' The Rose Tattoo (for which she won her first of two Tony Awards), and for her Oscar-winning portrayal of anarchist Emma Goldman in the film Reds.

BroadwayWorld presents a photo retrospective of the beloved actress. To read her obituary, follow this link.

Photos (c) Walter McBride / Retna Ltd.


Maureen Stapleton arriving at Sardi's, 1979


Maureen Stapleton in New York City, October 1979


Maureen Stapleton in Shubert Alley, November 1979


Maureen Stapleton at Tavern on the Green, 1980


Maureen Stapleton, Elizabeth Taylor and the cast of The Little Foxes at curtain call, 1981


Maureen Stapleton and Elizabeth Taylor, 1981


Elizabeth Taylor and Maureen Stapleton attending a party for The Little Foxes in New York, June 1981


Maureen Stapleton in New York City, 1981


Maureen Stapleton with her Academy Award for Reds, March 1982


Maureen Stapleton and Christopher Plummer in 1988

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