Nanette Fabray

Actor
IVA Star Rating : 63
Nanette Fabray was an American actress, singer, and dancer. She began her career performing in vaudeville as a child and became a musical-theatre actress during the 1940s and 1950s, acclaimed for her role in High Button Shoes (1947) and winning a Tony Award in 1949 for her performance in Love Life. In the mid-1950s, she served as Sid Caesar's comedic... read more

Nanette Fabray was an American actress, singer, and dancer. She began her career performing in vaudeville as a child and became a musical-theatre actress during the 1940s and 1950s, acclaimed for her role in High Button Shoes (1947) and winning a Tony Award in 1949 for her performance in Love Life. In the mid-1950s, she served as Sid Caesar's comedic partner on Caesar's Hour, for which she won three Emmy Awards, as well as co-starring with Fred Astaire in the film musical The Band Wagon. From 1979 to 1984, she appeared as Katherine Romano, the mother of lead character Ann Romano, on the TV series One Day at a Time. She also appeared as the mother of Christine Armstrong in the television series "Coach."

Birth Name

Nanette Ruby Bernadette Fabares

Born

Wednesday, 27 October 1920

Died

Thursday, 22 February 2018

Actress Filmography

Actress Filmography

Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age Self 2021
The 72nd Annual Tony Awards Self 2018
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration Herself / Dottie Richards-MTM Show / Self / Dottie Richards (archive footage) 2015
In the Beginning: The Caesar Years Self / Herself 2012
Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History - 1960's Self 2009
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History Self 2008
Pioneers of Television Self 2008
Game Show Moments Gone Bananas Self 2005
Sid Caesar Collection: Buried Treasures - The Legend of Sid Caesar Self 2003
Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There Self 2003
The Sid Caesar Collection: Creating the Comedy Herself / Self 2000
The Sid Caesar Collection: The Magic of Live TV Self 2000
E! Mysteries & Scandals Self 1998
The 50th Annual Tony Awards Self - Presenter 1996
That's Entertainment! III (archive footage) / Performer in Clip from 'The Band Wagon' 1994
Teresa's Tattoo Martha Mae 1994
The Golden Palace Fern 1992
One on One with John Tesh Self 1991
Personal Exemptions 1989
Coach Mildred Armstrong, Christine's Mom 1989
The Munsters Today Dottie 1988
Biography Self 1987
American Masters Self 1986
NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration Self 1986
All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan Self 1985
Night of 100 Stars II Self 1985
Murder, She Wrote Emmaline Bristow 1984
Hotel Harriet Gold, Maggie Lewis 1982
Amy Malvina 1981
The Man in the Santa Claus Suit Dora Dayton 1979
All Star Secrets Self 1978
Harper Valley P.T.A. Alice Finely 1978
The Love Boat Shirley Simpson, Maggie O'Brian, Mitzy Monroe 1977
That's Entertainment, Part II Clip from 'The Band Wagon' / (archive footage) 1976
One Day at a Time Grandma Katherine Romano, Grandma Katherine Romano / Katherine Romano, Katherine Romano 1975
Happy Anniversary and Goodbye Fay 1974
Dinah! Self, Self - Guest 1974
The Mac Davis Show Self 1974
Match Game 73 Herself - Panelist 1973
Baffle Self 1973
The Vin Scully Show Self 1973
The Couple Takes a Wife Marion Randolph 1972
Maude Katie Malloy 1972
I've Got a Secret Self - Panelist 1972
But I Don't Want to Get Married! Mrs. Vale 1970
The Mary Tyler Moore Show Dottie Richards 1970
The Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County Sadie 1970
The Happy Ending Agnes 1969
Love, American Style Casey (segment "Love and the Liberated Lady Boss"), Cindy (segment "Love and the Heist"), Helen (segment "Love and the Parent's Sake"), Phyllis (segment "Love and the Great Catch") 1969
Letters to Laugh-in Self 1969
Name Droppers Self 1969
The David Frost Show Self 1969
What's It All About, World? Self 1969
The Jerry Lewis Show Self - Singer / Actress, Sgt. Muldoon, Self 1967
The Danny Thomas Hour Self 1967
The Carol Burnett Show Self, Self - Guest / Various Characters, Self - Guest 1967
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Guest Performer 1967
The Woody Woodbury Show Self 1967
The Joey Bishop Show Self 1967
NBC Experiment in Television Narrator 1967
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour Self, Self - Cameo 1967
Fame Is the Name of the Game Pat 1966
Alice Through the Looking Glass The White Queen 1966
The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. Desiree 1966
The Dean Martin Show Self - Guest, Self 1965
The Hollywood Squares (Daytime) Self - Panelist 1965
The Hollywood Palace Self, Sketch Actor / Self - Singer, Self - Singer 1964
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre Hannah King 1963
The Danny Kaye Show Self - Guest 1963
Burke's Law Amanda Tribble, Rowena Coolidge 1963
Picture This Self 1963
The Andy Williams Show Self 1962
The New March of Dimes Presents: The Scene Stealers Self - Singer / Self 1962
The Mike Douglas Show Herself - Actress, Herself - Guest 1961
Password Self - Celebrity Contestant 1961
Westinghouse Playhouse Nan McGovern 1961
Here's Hollywood Self 1960
The Subterraneans Society Woman 1960
Startime Sally, Self 1959
Laramie Essie Bright 1959
The Bell Telephone Hour Self - Hostess, Self - Singer 1959
The Patrice Munsel Show Self - Guest Host 1957
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show Self, Self - Guest Hostess 1956
Playhouse 90 Helen Doss 1956
The Kaiser Aluminum Hour Josephine Evans 1956
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show Self 1951
The Alcoa Hour Rosemary Chase 1955
Shower of Stars Self 1954
Caesar's Hour Self 1954
Person to Person Self 1953
The Band Wagon Lily Marton 1953
Omnibus Raina Petkoff (segment "Arms and the Man") 1952
The Bob Hope Show Herself 1950
The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima Florinda 1952
Chance of a Lifetime Self 1951
The Jack Benny Program Self 1950
The Arthur Murray Party Self 1950
Your Show of Shows Self - Guest Host, Self - Guest Performer 1950
What's My Line? Herself - Mystery Guest #2, Herself - Mystery Guest 1950
Jazz Concert Self 1949
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall Herself, Herself - Guest 1948
The Ed Sullivan Show Self, Self - Singer 1948
A Child Is Born Gladys Norton 1940
The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex Mistress Margaret Radcliffe 1939
The Monroe Doctrine Rosita De La Torre 1939
1957 Emmy Best Continuing Performance by a Comedienne in a Series Won
1956 Emmy Best Actress in a Supporting Role Won
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