Veteran Broadway actress Elaine Stritch, who also had a recurring role in 30 Rock, has died aged 89.
She died at home in Michigan of natural causes.
Known for her foghorn voice and acid humour, Stritch began her career in the 1940s and was still known for playing brash, witty broads well into her final decade.
Her collaborators included Noel Coward, who wrote his 1961 musical Sail Away for her: she played the charismatic hostess of a cruise ship. She was also the star of the 1970 St ...
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