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Audrey Meadows posters


February 8, 1922

Birth Sign



5' 6" (1.68 m)


Audrey Meadows was born, the youngest of four children, as Audrey Cotter, New York City. After she was born, her family returned to Wu'chang, China were they worked as missionaries. Her family returned to the US and settled in New England when Audrey was age 6, and sister Jayne Meadows and Audrey attended an all-girls boarding school. After high school, Jayne went to NYC with the goal of becoming an actress, and finally convinced her little sister to join her in show business, but as a singer instead of an actress. Audrey spent months working on the Broadway show, "Top Banana", and then got a job on "The The Bob & Ray Show (1951) Show". She then replaced Pert Kelton as the most famed and most loved "Alice Kramden" of The Honeymooners (1955). After "The Honeymooners" ended, she went on to do films, such as Take Her, She's Mine (1963), That Touch of Mink (1962) and even portrayed Ted Knight's mother-in-law in the 1980s sitcom, Too Close for Comfort (1980). But her heart - and ours - will forever remain in that two-burner stove, Chauncey Street kitchen. read more

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