Lois de Banzie

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Lois de Banzie (born May 4, 1930) is a Scottish stage, film, and television actress. De Banzie is best known for her Drama Desk Award winning and Tony Award nominated performance in Paul Osborn's play Morning's at Seven. Her other Broadway credits include The Octette Bridge Club, Da, and The Last of Mrs. Lincoln.[1]

De Banzie has also had a prolific career in television and movies, mostly appearing in small to mid sized roles but with numerous guest starring parts on various television programs. Her television credits include Baby Talk, Bodies of Evidence, Cheers, Diagnosis: Murder, Family Ties, Home Improvement, Major Dad, Mama's Family, Matlock, Murder, She Wrote, Sisters, Taxi and Who's the Boss? among others.

Her film credits include Addams Family Values, Annie, Arachnophobia, Big Business, Mass Appeal, Sister Act, and Tootsie among others.[2]

Her aunt was noted British actress Brenda De Banzie.