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Ellen Ann Crawford
April 29, 1951
Normal, Illinois, U.S.
|Other names||Ellen Genovese|
Ellen Ann Crawford (born April 29, 1951) is an American actress. Most recently, she co-starred as Edith, in The Man from Earth. She also played Nurse Lydia Wright on ER from 1994–2003 and then again in 2009 for the series finale.
She has performed on stage as well, most recently as Nora Melody in A Touch of the Poet by Eugene O'Neill, for Friendly Fire Theatre in New York City. Crawford also made a couple of guest appearances in 2010 in comedy-drama Desperate Housewives.
Life and career
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Crawford was born in Normal, Illinois, graduating from Carnegie Mellon University's college of Fine Arts in 1975. She is married to veteran character actor Mike Genovese. Art imitated life for the couple. On ER, Genovese portrayed officer Alfred Grabarsky, whom Nurse Wright wed during the show's third season.
- Ellen Crawford on IMDb
- Ellen Crawford at the Internet Broadway Database
- Ellen Crawford at Rotten Tomatoes
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