1925 - Elaine Stritch, born on the 2nd of February in Detroit, Michigan to a wealthy, devoutly Roman Catholic family. She is an Irish-American actress and singer.
1944 - First stage appearance.
1946 - Her Broadway bow. A superlative dramatic actress,
1948 - Starred in the the pioneering domestic comedy Growing Paynes.
1949 - She was also a member of the supporting comedy troupe on the TVer Jack Carter.
1956 - Her film debut in The Scarlet Hour.
- Company, a comic switchboard operator on the bi-weekly variety series Washington Square.
1957 - Contributed a compelling performance to the remake of A Farewell to Arms.
1960 - The short-lived sitcom My Sister Eileen.
1965 - Peter Falk's secretary on the one-season Trials of O'Brien.
1970 - Her film the French-filmed Providence
1986 - Costarred as the star's mother in The Ellen Burstyn Show.
1972 - Moved to London as a cast member of the Broadway hit Company and remained there to work for several years.
1990 - 1998 - In the last decade, she has appeared in such films as September and Cocoon.
1994 - Has won additional critical plaudits for her role as Parthy Hawkes in the lavish Broadway revival of Show Boat.
2002 - She began performing in her one woman show, Elaine Stritch At Liberty.
2005 - 2006 - She has performed a cabaret act at the Carlyle Room at the Hotel Carlyle in NYC (where she is a resident).
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