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Bond, Sudie (1928–1984)

Bond, Sudie (1928–1984)

American stage, tv, and screen actress, singer and dancer. Born July 13, 1928, in Louisville, Kentucky; died Nov 10, 1984, in New York, NY; m. Massen Cornelius Noland (div.).

Made NY debut at Circle in the Square as Mrs. Winemiller in Summer and Smoke; won acclaim for her portrayal of Grandma in The American Dream; films include A Thousand Clowns, Silkwood, Swingshift, Love Story, Come Back to the Five & Dime, Jimmy Dean and Johnny Dangerously; made frequent tv appearances on "Maude," "Mary Hartman," "The Guiding Light," "Flo" and "Benson"; co-founded The Paper Bag Players, a children's touring group. Won 3 Obies.

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