as Lou Grant's wife in The Mary Tyler Moore Show, 1974.
June 4, 1927|
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
|Died||November 9, 1994
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Paul Bryson (? –1994; her death)|
Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Morrill attended the Carnegie Institute before making her stage debut opposite John Carradine in Julius Caesar. She made her Broadway debut in The Relapse with Cyril Ritchard.
Morrill's first television performance was on the Outer Limits episode "The Man with the Power" in 1963. She went on to guest star on numerous television series and television movies. Morrill had recurring roles on Family, Bret Maverick, Santa Barbara, and Newhart.
In addition to guest-starring roles, she also co-starred in two short-lived series: In the Beginning (TV series) starring McLean Stevenson, and Baby Makes Five starring Peter Scolari. Morrill made a guest appearance in MacGyver, in the season two episode "D.O.A.: MacGyver" as Helen Wilson. She made her last onscreen appearance on an episode of Coach in 1992. Jean Stapleton stated in an interview for the Archive of American Television that Morrill was the stand-in for her in the ninth-season episode of All in the Family, "A Girl Like Edith", in which Stapleton had a dual role.
|1966||The F.B.I.||Ann King||1 episode|
|1967||Felony Squad||Liz McCready||1 episode|
|1968||The Wild Wild West||Phalah||Episode: "The Night of the Undead"|
|1968||Mannix||Janet Paulson||Episode: "Edge of the Knife"|
|1973-75||The Mary Tyler Moore Show||Edie Grant||5 episodes|
|1975||Kolchak: The Night Stalker||Griselda||Episode: "The Trevi Collection"|
|1976-77||Family||Elaine Hogan||8 episodes|
|1977||Three's Company||Mrs. Snow||Episode: "And Mother Makes Four"|
|1977||The Jeffersons||Mrs. Fletcher||Episode: "The Costume Party"|
|1978||The Love Boat||Ida Snead||Episode: "Taking Sides/A Friendly Little Game/Going by the Book"|
|1979||Welcome Back, Kotter||Mrs. Gladstone Trevors-Smythe||Episode: "The Breadwinners"|
|1981||It's a Living||Dean Pressman||Episode: "Making the Grade"|
|1982||One Day at a Time||Grandma Cooper||Episode: "Gift Horses"|
|1982-84||Family Ties||Kate Donnelly||2 episodes|
|1983||The Powers of Matthew Star||Mrs. Aldridge||Episode: "Starr Knight"|
|1984||St. Elsewhere||Sister Teresa||2 episodes|
|1985||Scarecrow and Mrs. King||Margaret Brock||Episode: "Spiderweb"|
|1985||Three's a Crowd||Judge Hancock||Episode: "September Song"|
|1985-86||Santa Barbara||Mother Isabel||16 episodes|
|1985-89||Newhart||Marian "Mary" Vanderkellen||7 episodes|
|1986||The Golden Girls||Lucille Beatty||Episode: "In a Bed of Rose's"|
|1987||MacGyver||Helen Wilson||Episode: "D. O. A.: MacGyver"|
|1989||CBS Summer Playhouse||Miss Gordon||Episode: "Shivers"|
|1989-92||Coach||Mrs. Rizzendough||4 episodes|
|1991||Blossom||Mrs. Whiting||Episode: "School Daze"|
- Priscilla Morrill at the Internet Broadway Database
- Priscilla Morrill at the Internet off-Broadway Database Please use a more specific IOBDb template. See the template documentation for available templates.
- Priscilla Morrill at Find a Grave
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