Contents 1 Early years 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Death 5 Work 5.1 Film 5.2 Television 5.3 Theatre (Broadway) 5.4 Radio appearances 6 See also 7 References 8 External links

Early years[edit] Catherine Rosalind Russell was one of seven children born in Waterbury, Connecticut, to James Edward, a lawyer,[6] and Clara A. (née McKnight) Russell,[7] a teacher. The Russells were an Irish-American Catholic family.[8] She was named after a ship on which her parents had traveled.[8] She attended Catholic schools, including Rosemont College in Rosemont, Pennsylvania, and Marymount College in Tarrytown, New York, before attending the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. Her parents thought Russell was studying to become a teacher, and were unaware that she was planning to become a comedic actress.[9] Upon graduation from the performing arts school, Russell acted in summer stock and joined a repertory company in Boston.

Career[edit] Russell (c. 1930) Russell started her career as a fashion model and was in many Broadway shows. Against parental objections, she took a job at a stock company for seven months at Saranac Lake and then Hartford, Connecticut.[9] Afterwards, she moved to Boston, where she acted for a year at a theater group for Edward E. Clive. Later, she appeared in a revue in New York (The Garrick Gaieties). There, she took voice lessons and built a career in the opera, which was short-lived due to her difficulty in reaching high notes.[9] In the early 1930s, Russell went west to Los Angeles, where she was hired as a contract player for Universal Studios. When she first arrived on the lot, she was ignored by most of the crew and later told the press she felt terrible and humiliated at Universal, which affected her self-confidence.[10] Unhappy with Universal's leadership, and second-class studio status at the time, Russell set her sights on Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and was able to get out of her Universal contract on her own terms. When MGM first approached her for a screen test, Russell was wary, remembering her experience at Universal. When she met MGM's Benny Thau and Ben Piazza, she was surprised, as they were "the soul of understanding".[10] Her screen test was directed by Harold S. Bucquet, and she later recalled that she was hired because of a closeup he took of her.[10] In The Women (1939) with Norma Shearer Under contract to MGM, Russell debuted in Evelyn Prentice (1934). Although the role was small, she received good notices, with one critic saying that she was "convincing as the woman scorned".[11] She starred in many comedies such as Forsaking All Others (1934) and Four's a Crowd (1938), as well as dramas, including Craig's Wife (1936) (which would be the film's second of three remakes; Joan Crawford did the third) and The Citadel (1938). Russell was first acclaimed when she co-starred with Robert Young in the MGM drama West Point of the Air (1935). One critic wrote: "Rosalind Russell as the 'other woman' in the story gives an intelligent and deft handling to her scenes with Young."[12] She quickly rose to fame, and by 1935, was seen as a replacement for actress Myrna Loy, as she took many roles for which Loy was initially set.[13] In her first years in Hollywood, Russell was characterized, both in her personal life and film career, as a sophisticated lady. This dissatisfied Russell, who claimed in a 1936 interview: Being typed as a lady is the greatest misfortune possible to a motion picture actress. It limits your characterizations, confines you to play feminine sops and menaces and the public never highly approves of either. An impeccably dressed lady is always viewed with suspicion in real life and when you strut onto the screen with beautiful clothes and charming manners, the most naive of theatergoers senses immediately that you are in a position to do the hero no good. I earnestly want to get away from this. First, because I want to improve my career and professional life and, secondly because I am tired of being a clothes horse - a sort of hothouse orchid in a stand of wild flowers.[14] Russell approached director Frank Lloyd for help changing her image, but instead of helping her, Lloyd cast her as a wealthy aristocrat in Under Two Flags (1936).[14] In 1939, she was cast as catty gossip Sylvia Fowler in the all-female comedy The Women, directed by George Cukor. The film was a major hit, boosting her career and establishing her reputation as a comedian. With Cary Grant and Ralph Bellamy in His Girl Friday (1940) Russell continued to display her talent for comedy in the classic screwball comedy His Girl Friday (1940), directed by Howard Hawks. In the film, a reworking of Ben Hecht's story The Front Page, Russell played quick-witted ace reporter Hildy Johnson, who was also the ex-wife of her newspaper editor Walter Burns (Cary Grant). Russell had been, as she put it, "Everyone's fifteenth choice" for the role of Hildy in the film. Prior to her being cast, Howard Hawks had asked Katharine Hepburn, Irene Dunne, Claudette Colbert, Jean Arthur, Margaret Sullavan, and Ginger Rogers if they would like to play the brash, fast-talking reporter in his film. All of them refused.[15] Russell found out about this while riding on a train to New York, when she read an article in the New York Times saying that she had been cast in the film and listing all the actresses who had turned the part down. In the 1940s, she made comedies such as The Feminine Touch (1941) and Take a Letter, Darling (1942), dramas including Sister Kenny (1946) and Mourning Becomes Electra (1947), and a murder mystery: The Velvet Touch (1948). Over the course of her career, Russell earned four Academy Award nominations for Best Actress: My Sister Eileen (1942); Sister Kenny (1946); Mourning Becomes Electra (1947); and the movie version of Auntie Mame (1958). She received a Special Academy Award, the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, in 1972, which came with an Oscar statuette. Rosalind Russell in Wonderful Town, on the cover of Time (March 30, 1953) Russell scored a big hit on Broadway with her Tony Award-winning performance in Wonderful Town (1953), a musical version of her successful film of a decade earlier, My Sister Eileen. Russell reprised her starring role for a 1958 television special. Rosalind Russell (left) and Polly Rowles in the original Broadway production of Auntie Mame (1957) Perhaps her most memorable performance was in the title role of the long-running stage hit Auntie Mame and the subsequent 1958 movie version, in which she played an eccentric aunt whose orphaned nephew comes to live with her. When asked with which role she was most closely identified, she replied that strangers who spotted her still called out, "Hey, Auntie Mame!" She received a Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Play in 1957 for her performance. Patrick Dennis dedicated his second Auntie Mame book Around the World with Auntie Mame to "the one and only Rosalind Russell" in 1958.[16] She continued to appear in movies through the mid-1960s, including Picnic (1955), A Majority of One (1961), Five Finger Exercise (1962), Gypsy (1962), and The Trouble with Angels (1966). Russell was the logical choice for reprising her role as Auntie Mame when its Broadway musical adaptation Mame was set for production in 1966, but she declined for health reasons. In addition to her acting career, Russell also wrote the story (under the name C. A. McKnight) for the film The Unguarded Moment (1956), a story of sexual harassment starring Esther Williams.[17]

Personal life[edit] On October 25, 1941, Russell married Danish-American producer Frederick Brisson, son of actor Carl Brisson.[18] Cary Grant was responsible for the couple's having met, and was the best man at Frederick and Rosalind's wedding. Brisson had been traveling from England to the United States by ship in 1939, and The Women was playing on an endless loop during the voyage. After hearing the audio for the film day after day while traveling, Brisson decided he had better sit down and watch the whole film. He became so enamored with Russell's performance as Sylvia Fowler that he turned to his friends and proclaimed: "I'm either gonna kill that girl, or I'm gonna marry her." (Or so he liked to say.)[19] Brisson stayed with Cary Grant in his guest house while Grant was filming His Girl Friday. Upon hearing that Grant was making the movie with Russell, Brisson asked his friend if he could meet her.[19] Cary Grant then spent weeks greeting Russell each morning on set with the question, "Have you met Freddie Brisson?" in an effort to pique the actress's curiosity. One night, when Russell opened her door to let Grant in before they went dancing, as they often did, she found him standing next to a stranger. Grant sheepishly explained that the odd fellow was Freddie Brisson, the man who he had mentioned so often, and they set off for dinner, with Freddie in tow. Russell and Brisson's marriage lasted 35 years, ending with her death. They had one child, in 1943, a son, Carl Lance Brisson.[1][20] Russell was a devout Roman Catholic, and a member of the Good Shepherd Parish and the Catholic Motion Picture Guild in Beverly Hills, California.[21] Russell supported Richard Nixon in two of his early unsuccessful political campaigns, first for the presidency in 1960 opposing John F. Kennedy and for governor of California in 1962.[22]

Death[edit] Months before her death, Russell meets with First Lady Betty Ford (herself a breast cancer survivor) at the White House on May 11, 1976 Grave of Rosalind Russell at Holy Cross Russell died of breast cancer on November 28, 1976.[20] She was survived by her husband and her son. She is buried in Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California.[23] Rosalind Russell has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, at 1708 Vine Street. Her autobiography, Life Is a Banquet, written with Chris Chase, was published a year after her death. The foreword (written by her husband) states that Russell had a mental breakdown in 1943. She made no films in 1944. Details are scant, but the book indicates that health problems and the deaths of a sister and a brother were major factors leading to her breakdown.[24] Russell had rheumatoid arthritis, and the UCSF Arthritis Research Center currently bears her name. In 2009, a documentary film Life Is a Banquet: The Life of Rosalind Russell, narrated by Kathleen Turner, was shown at film festivals across the U.S. and on some PBS stations.

Work[edit] Film[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1934 Evelyn Prentice Mrs. Harrison The President Vanishes Sally Voorman Forsaking All Others Eleanor 1935 The Night Is Young Countess Zarika Rafay The Casino Murder Case Doris West Point of the Air Dare Marshall Reckless Jo China Seas Sybil Barclay Rendezvous Joel 1936 It Had to Happen Beatrice Newnes Under Two Flags Lady Venetia Cunningham Trouble for Two Miss Vandeleur Craig's Wife Harriet Craig 1937 Night Must Fall Olivia Live, Love and Learn Julie Stoddard 1938 Man-Proof Elizabeth Kent Four's a Crowd Jean Christy The Citadel Christine 1939 Fast and Loose Garda Sloane The Women Mrs. Howard Fowler - Sylvia 1940 His Girl Friday Hildy Johnson Hired Wife Kendal Browning No Time for Comedy Linda Esterbrook This Thing Called Love Ann Winters 1941 They Met in Bombay Anya Von Duren The Feminine Touch Julie Hathaway Design for Scandal Judge Cornelia C. Porter 1942 Take a Letter, Darling A.M. MacGregor My Sister Eileen Ruth Sherwood Nominated - Academy Award for Best Actress 1943 Flight for Freedom Tonie Carter What a Woman! Carol Ainsley 1945 Roughly Speaking Louise Randall Pierson She Wouldn't Say Yes Dr. Susan A. Lane 1946 Sister Kenny Elizabeth Kenny Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated - Academy Award for Best Actress 1947 The Guilt of Janet Ames Janet Ames Mourning Becomes Electra Lavinia Mannon Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated - Academy Award for Best Actress 1948 The Velvet Touch Valerie Stanton 1949 Tell It to the Judge Marsha Meredith 1950 A Woman of Distinction Susan Manning Middlecott 1953 Never Wave at a WAC Jo McBain 1955 The Girl Rush Kim Halliday Picnic Miss Rosemary Sydney 1958 Auntie Mame Mame Dennis Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Laurel Award for Top Female Comedy Performance Nominated - Academy Award for Best Actress Nominated - BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress 1961 A Majority of One Mrs. Bertha Jacoby Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy 1962 Five Finger Exercise Louise Harington Gypsy Rose Hovick Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Laurel Award for Top Female Musical Performance (5th place) 1966 The Trouble with Angels Mother Superior Laurel Award for Top Female Comedy Performance (4th place) 1967 Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad Madame Rosepettle Rosie! Rosie Lord 1968 Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows Mother Superior 1971 Mrs. Pollifax – Spy Mrs. Pollifax Television[edit] Year Title Role Notes 1951 Schlitz Playhouse of Stars Guest episode: Never Wave at a WAC 1955 The Loretta Young Show Guest Hostess episode: Week-End in Winnetka episode: Fear Me Not 1956 General Electric Theater Cynthia episode: The Night Goes On 1958 Wonderful Town Ruth Sherwood TV movie 1959 Startime Host episode: The Wonderful World of Entertainment 1972 The Crooked Hearts Laurita Dorsey TV movie Theatre (Broadway)[edit] Dates of production Title Role Genre Notes October 16, 1930 - October 1930 The Garrick Gaieties Musical revue April 20, 1931 - April 1931 Company's Coming Miss Mallory Comedy February 25, 1953 - July 3, 1954 Wonderful Town Ruth Sherwood Musical Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical October 31, 1956 - June 28, 1958 Auntie Mame Auntie Mame Comedy Nominated - Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play Radio appearances[edit] Year Program Episode/source 1939 Lux Radio Theatre Stage Door Role of Terry [25] 1940 Screen Guild Players Ninotchka[26] 1951 Screen Directors Playhouse Take a Letter, Darling[27] 1952 Theatre Guild on the Air The Damask Check[28]

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