Movie veteran Geraldine Fitzgerald has died after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. She was 91.
The actress appeared in a series of classic movies including DARK VICTORY, NOBODY LIVES FOREVER and WUTHERING HEIGHTS, but is perhaps best known for her work on the New York stage.
Fitzgerald received a Tony Award nomination in the early 1980s for directing religious drama MASS APPEAL and she also developed a hit one-woman cabaret show called STREETSONGS.20/07/2005 03:19
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