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Cash, Rosalind (1938–1995)

Cash, Rosalind (1938–1995)

African-American stage, tv, and screen actress. Born Dec 31, 1938, in Atlantic City, New Jersey; died Oct 31, 1995, in Los Angeles, California.

Was an original member of the Negro Ensemble Co.; made Broadway debut as Mrs. Hoyt in The Wayward Stork (1966), followed by many off-Broadway shows, including Song of the Lusitania Bogey, Ceremonies in Dark Old Men, King Lear and Boesman and Lena; films include Klute, The Omega Man, The New Centurians, Uptown Saturday Night, Wrong is Right, Amazing Grace and The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai; was also a regular as Mary Mae Ward on "General Hospital" (1993–95). Nominated for Emmy for PBS "Go Tell It on the Mountain."

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