Thelma Ritter

Ritter in ''[[All About Eve]]'' (1950) Thelma Ritter (February 14, 1902 – February 5, 1969) was an American character actress. Her strong New York City accent, diminutive size, and plain look favored working-class roles, earning her a Tony Award and six Academy award nominations, more than any other actress in the Best Supporting Actress category.

These nominations were for her performances in ''All About Eve'' (1950), ''The Mating Season'' (1951), ''With a Song in My Heart'' (1952), ''Pickup on South Street'' (1953), ''Pillow Talk'' (1959), and ''Birdman of Alcatraz'' (1962). Her other film roles include those in ''Miracle on 34th Street'' (1947), ''Rear Window'' (1954), ''The Misfits'' (1961), and ''How the West Was Won'' (1962).

Ritter shared the 1958 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for performance in the musical ''New Girl in Town'' with her co-star Gwen Verdon. She received a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series nomination for ''Goodyear Television Playhouse'' in 1956. Provided by Wikipedia

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