Alice Drummond

Alice Drummond

Alice Drummond is an American actress that has appeared in several television shows and movies over the span of her career including The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Ghostbusters, To Wong Foo Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar, Law and Order, Night Court, and Boston Legal.

About Alice Drummond

Alice Drummond (born May 21, 1928) is an American actress of stage and television. Drummond was born as Alice E. Ruyter in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, daughter of Sarah Irene (nee Alker), a secretary, and Arthur Ruyter, an auto mechanic. She graduated from Pembroke College (Brown University) in 1950. She played Nurse Jackson on the TV series Dark Shadows in 1967. She was later nominated for a 1970 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Dramatic) for her performance as Mrs. Lee in The Chinese and Dr. Fish. Miss Drummond was a regular on the CBS soap opera, Where the Heart Is, where she created the role of 'Loretta Jardin,' which she played until the series ended in 1973. She also appeared in a short-term role on another CBS soap opera, As the World Turns.

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