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Tony-Winning Deaf Actress Phyllis Frelich Dies

Tony-Winning Deaf Actress Phyllis Frelich Dies
Phyllis Frelich

Tony winner Phyllis Frelich has died. According to Silentgrapevine.com, the deaf actress, who was born to deaf parents and was the oldest of 9 deaf children, was 70 years old.

Frelich won the 1980 Best Actress Tony for her work in the Tony-winning Children of a Lesser God. Her screen credits include CSI, ER, Diagnosis Murder, Love is Never Silent, Bridge to Silence and Sweet Nothing in My Ear.

 

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