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Nancy Walker (May 10, 1922 – March 25, 1992) was an American actress and comedienne of stage, screen, and television. She also was a director of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, on which she occasionally made guest appearances. During her five-decade long career, she may be best remembered for her long-running role of Ida Morgenstern, which she played occasionally on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, as well as its spin-off, Rhoda, on which she co-starred.
Married twice, she had a daughter, Miranda, with her second husband, musical theater teacher David Craig. Miranda Craig is an advertising copywriter. Walker died from lung cancer in Studio City, California, in 1992, aged 69. At the time of her death, she was co-starring in the situation comedy True Colors. Her ashes were scattered in the Virgin Islands. She was survived by her husband and daughter.
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Anna Myrtle Swoyer
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Nancy Walker (May 10, 1922 – March 25, 1992) was an American actress and comedienne of stage, screen, and television. She was also a film and television director (most notably of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, on which she made several guest appearances). During her five-decade long career, she may be best remembered for her long-running roles as Mildred on McMillan & Wife and Ida Morgenstern, who first appeared on several episodes of The Mary Tyler Moore Show and later became a prominent recurring character on the spinoff series Rhoda.
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