Lisa Seagram

Lisa Seagram (born Ruth Browser; July 7, 1936 February 1, 2019)[2] was an American actress.[3] She was best known for her roles in Yellow: Le Cugine[4] (1969), The Carpetbaggers (1964) and Caprice (1967).

Lisa Seagram
Seagram in 1964
Ruth Browser

(1936-07-07)July 7, 1936
Brooklyn, New York
DiedFebruary 1, 2019(2019-02-01) (aged 82)
Years active19581976
Spouse(s)Maurizio A. Fiorini (2 children)[1]


Born in Brooklyn, New York, Seagram was the daughter of Harry Brower, a New York City police detective. She worked as a graphic artist after graduating from college. Acting on a friend's suggestion, she began working as a model. After someone suggested that she "looked like an actor", she studied drama for three years, which led to a small role in Shadows (1959).[3]

After retiring from acting, Seagram first sold commercial real estate. In the 1980s, she created Actors 2000, teaching acting in Hawaii. She later moved the school to Los Angeles.[3]

Seagram died of dementia in Burbank, California on February 1, 2019 at the age of 82.[5]


1961Love in a Goldfish BowlUncredited
1961Man-TrapYolande ThawUncredited
1961Bachelor in ParadiseNiles' SecretaryUncredited
1963Come Blow Your HornParty GuestUncredited
1964The CarpetbaggersMoroni's Secretary
1964A House Is Not a HomeMadge
1964Where Love Has GoneEdna - Bar GirlUncredited
19692000 Years LaterCindy
1969Yellow: The CousinsMarta Garbini
1969The Reward's Yours... The Man's MineBar owner
1973The Canterbury TalesGreek warriorUncredited
1974La cuginaMurderessUncredited
1976La studentessa(final film role)


Seagram guest starred on American television sitcom McHale's Navy as the fictional movie star, singer, and dancer Rita Howard entertaining troops in the Pacific theater of WWII. She also guest starred on the sit-coms The Beverly Hillbillies, Bewitched Season 1 episode 11 "It Takes One to Know One" playing Sarah Baker, a rival witch trying to lure Darrin from Samantha as the gorgeous "Jasmine Girl," a seductive model for a perfume advertising campaign[6] and several other TV series in the 1960's.[7]


  1. "Category:Marc Fiorini - The Spaghetti Western Database".
  2. "Lisa Seagram, 82". Classic Images (528): 48. June 2019.
  3. Lisanti, Tom (2007). Glamour Girls of Sixties Hollywood: Seventy-Five Profiles. McFarland. pp. 193–198. ISBN 9781476612416. Retrieved 21 June 2017.
  4. Seagram, Lisa; Bonuglia, Maurizio; Barbero, Caterina; Ricci, Franco (1969-10-07), Yellow: le cugine, retrieved 2017-02-23
  5. "Lisa Seagram, Actress on 'Batman' and 'The Beverly Hillbillies,' Dies at 82". The Hollywood Reporter. February 26, 2019.
  6. It Takes One to Know One, retrieved 2019-11-07
  7. "Lisa Seagram". IMDb. Retrieved 2019-11-07.

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