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English Movie Actress Charlotte Rae
  • DOB : 22-04-1926
  • Date of death: 05-08-2018
  • Lived For : 91 Years
  • Star Sign : Taurus
  • Gender : Female
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Charlotte Rae is an American singer, actress, dancer, and comedy. The actress was born as Charlotte Rae Lubotsky. She has been in the industry for around six decades. She is best known for her performance in The Facts of Life and Diff'rent Strokes. She was born in Milwaukee. She did her graduation from Shorewood High School. She was a part of Wauwatosa Children's Theatre. She went to the Norway University. There she met many unknown actors and producers. In 1948, she moved to New York Click to look into! >> Read More... where she worked as a performer in nightclubs and theaters. She started her career as a stage artist. Her first appearance was made in Three Wishes for Jamie, Li'l Abner, and Pickwick. She even tried her hands in singing and released her first album in 1955 named I Taught My Mother. The album included hit songs sung by Sheldon Harnick, John La Touche, Marc Blitzstein and many more. It is said that the song "Modest Maid" written by Marc Blitzstein was for Rae.

She appeared in The Littlest Revue by Ben Bagley along with Joel Grey and other singers in 1956. She had received the Best Featured Actress in a Musical in 1966 and the Best Actress in a Play for Morning, Noon and Night in 1969. She is best known for ‘Car 54, Where Are You?’ performance. In where she played the role of Sylvia Schnauzer, who was the wife of Officer Leo Schnauzer. 1975, she became a part of Hot L Baltimore, which was a comedy series on ABC television. She played the role of Mrs. Bellotti, who was a bit old and would visit Moose and then laugh and discuss the old the old situations of Moose. She was also a part of Sesame Street Sesame Street is a preschool educational TV show t >> Read More... as Molly in the early seasons. In 1975, she was nominated for Queen of the Stardust Ballroom drama for supporting role. Rae is best known for her performance in different roles. She played the role of Edna Garrett a householder for rich businessmen in New York. The rich businessman was Drummond, who had a daughter and two African-American adopted sons. She also appeared in the second season in which she appeared as a housemother from a housekeeper.

She used to take care of a group of girls in a boarding school named Eastland. The show was focused on the four students Mindy Cohn, Lisa Whelchel Lisa Diane Whelchel is an American actress, singer >> Read More... , Kim Fields, and Nancy McKeon. In the show, Mrs. Garrett was a motherly figure who would advise, guide and help them with their problems. In 1986, Rae left the show. Cloris Leachman Cloris Leachman is an American actress and a telev >> Read More... replaced her on the show. The audience still remembers her in that character and had had a very long lasting impact on the audience. Rae got married in 1951, with John Strauss. Rae and John had two sons. In mid-1970, the couple got divorced. John came to be bisexual, and Rae ended up their marriage in 1976. In 1982, she had a pacemaker implanted in her heart. In 2009, she was diagnosed for of pancreatic cancer which had increased in her family. Her all family members had died due to it. Rae was diagnosed as cancer-free.


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