Marian Seldes is known for her incredible record-breaking run in 'Deathtrap' on Broadway.
Marian Seldes, the legendary US stage actress, has died in New York at the age of 86 following a lengthy illness. Seldes famously set a Guinness World Record for appearing in every performance of Deathtrap on Broadway during its four year run.
Marian Seldes was a much loved member of the theatre community
Seldes made her stage debut in 1947, appearing in a production of Medea. She won a Tony Award in 1967 for her performance in A Delicate Balance. In 2010, Seldes received an honorary Tony for her long career, having been nominated five times for Broadway’s leading theatre. The actress was a muse to US playwright Edward Albee, who wrote A Delicate Balance. Seldes also collaborated with Albee in The Play About The Baby and Three Tall Women.
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Marian Seldes Sunday 21st September 2008 The 22nd Annual Broadway Cares Broadway Flea Market in Shubert Alley New York City, USA
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