From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Elaine May (born April 21, 1932) is an American film director, screenwriter and actress. She achieved her greatest fame in the 1950s from her improvisational comedy routines in partnership with Mike Nichols. She is a two time Academy Award nominated screenwriter and also the mother of Oscar nominee Jeannie Berlin. Description above from the Wikipedia article Elaine May, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
|Series||Crisis in Six Scenes||Kay Munsinger||2016-09-30|
|Movie||Small Time Crooks||May||2000-05-19|
|Movie||Wolf||Operator (voice, uncredited)||1994-06-17|
|Movie||In the Spirit||Marianne Flan||1990-04-06|
|Movie||California Suite||Millie Michaels||1978-12-15|
|Movie||Mikey and Nicky||Woman on TV (Voice) (Uncredited)||1976-12-21|
|Movie||A New Leaf||Henrietta Lowell||1971-03-11|
|Movie||King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis||Self||1970-03-24|
|Movie||Enter Laughing||Angela Marlowe||1967-02-25|
|Movie||The Graduate||Girl with Note for Benjamin||1967-12-21|
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