Carol Lynley, a theater and film actress who starred in "The Poseidon Adventure" and appeared in several other film and television series, has died. She was 77 years old. Lynley's daughter Jill Selsman said on Friday that her mother died sleeping on Tuesday in Los Angeles. The actress had a long career in Hollywood, winning a Golden Globe …
Carol Lynley, a theater and camouflage actress who starred in "The Poseidon Adventure" and stared at a colossal selection of films and TV series, has died. She became as soon as 77.
Lynley's daughter Jill Selsman acknowledged on Friday that her mother died sleeping on Tuesday in Los Angeles.
The actress had a long career in Hollywood, earning a Golden Globe nomination as a newcomer in the 1959 movie "Blue Denim," just a few teens seeking an abortion. It thus became a work she originated on Broadway.
Lynley has watched more than 100 films and TV series, but her easier role became as pop singer Nonnie Parry in 1972's "The Poseidon Adventure." The song was taken from an Oscar.
She also starred in 1961's "Return to Peyton Space", enjoying an author whose book revealing the secrets and manners of her homeland, Novel Hampshire, causes her domestic anguish.
She had a colossal selection of guest appearances on TV shows in conjunction with "Fantasy Island", "The Love Boat" and "Hawaii 5-O".
"She loved working in the movies and more and hundreds, as she loved watching movies," Selsman acknowledged by e-mail. She acknowledged that her mother took her to all sorts of movies when she became so she got up.
Selsman, who has a video production company, described his mother as "bon vivant" and as someone who "loved jumping, going to the ballet, seeing something else on Broadway."
Lynley, who was born as soon as she was born in New York, started out as a baby dummy and became a profile of Existence magazine and looked at her camouflage when she became as fragile as 15 years starring in the Broadway production “The Potting Shed.
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