‘Major League’ Performing Artist Margaret Whitton Dies At Age 67
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Margaret Whitton, best known for playing Cleveland Indians proprietor Rachel Phelps in two Major League movies, died Sunday at her home in Palm Beach, Fla. of tumor. She was 67 years of age.
The on-screen character and maker began as a stage entertainer. And showed up on Broadway in 1983’s Steaming. And taking an interest at the Public Theater in shows. Like Aunt Dan and Lemon and The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Notwithstanding Major League and Major League II, her film credits incorporate The Secret of My Success, 9-1/2 Weeks and Man Without A Face.
She changed from acting to coordinating later in her vocation. And coordinated a few plays and a film A Bird of the Air which discharged in 2011.
She is made due by spouse Warren Spector, her sisters, Suzy Liss and Mary Beth Whitton, and her siblings, James and John Whitton.
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