Barbara BrineA British actress who worked on stage, television and film during a career spanning decades, died on Tuesday at the age of 94. His death was confirmed by the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, but no cause was given.
Bryanne’s best-known stage roles were in the original Broadway productions. Stephen Sondheim‘S sunday in the park with george And in the woods, She played the role of mother in both the shows.
“Barbara was a respected member of the Guthrie family,” a theater representative said in a statement, “and we are grateful that she shared her artistry with us for many seasons.” His legacy will live on forever at Guthrie and in our hearts.
Brian was nominated for a Drama Desk Award in 1982 for his Off-Off-Broadway performance as Kath in a revival of the Orton-written mr sloan’s entertainment,
Her theater resume includes a revival of Noel Coward hay feveri’m working with mandy patinkin sunday in the park with georgeand playing opposite Ben Wright and Bernadette Peters in the woods, She was also in the Kennedy Center’s 2002 production a little Night Music,
In television, Brian was Mrs. Gaffy’s snooty neighbor on the 1981–83 NBC sitcom love, sydney, starring Tony Randall. He also voiced the gnome Urgal in the 1995–96 HBO animated series, never ending story,
for the film, she was in Milos Forman‘S amadeus as mother-in-law of Mozart and also as mother-in-law of James Ivory bosonian,
Survivors include his daughter Susan. Her husband of 65 years, Denny Spence, died in 2018.