January 28, 1925
|Died||September 15, 2018 (age 93)|
|Occupation||American stage and television actress|
|Spouse(s)||Daniel J. Bloch (1948 - January 10, 2013; his death)|
Bloch was born in Pelham, New York, to Edith Grace (née Crowley) and Ulysses S. Grant Scott, a salesman.
Bloch worked as an actress since the 1940s. Her television work included playing Lucille O'Brien in the dramatic series Kay O'Brien and a recurring role on Kate and Allie as Jane Curtin's mother. In 1980, she appeared on Broadway in Mark Medoff's Children of a Lesser God, at the Longacre Theatre in New York. She also starred in the 1990 film The Lunch Date written and directed by Adam Davidson.
|1982||The King of Comedy||Crockett's Secretary|
|1990||A Shock to the System||Secretary #1|
|1990||The Bonfire of the Vanities||Sally Rawthrote|
|1994||I.Q.||Dinner Guest #2|
|1996||Everyone Says I Love You||Holden's Mother|
|1997||Deconstructing Harry||Ms. Paley|
|1999||The Out-of-Towners||Florence Needleman|
|2000||Small Time Crooks||Edgar's Wife|
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