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Shirley Stoler

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Biography

Brooklyn, New York, USA
Her homely, pudding face was Laughtonesque in style, incapable of warmth much less a smile. It was held up by an immense frame that was both intimidating and foreboding at the same time. In return, it allowed her to play a couple of the most loathsome and terrifying women ever presented on the 70s screen.

Born to Polish immigrants on March 30, 1929, the Brooklynese Shirley Stoler made her stage debut in 1955 and gained experience as a member of New York's experimental La Mama and Living Theatre companies. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Organist at wedding

Grumpier Old Men 1995

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Character: Mrs. Swerlin

Malcolm X 1992

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Character: Customer

Mac 1992

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Character: Spike the Bartender

Frankenhooker 1990

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Character: Edie Wulgemuth

Miami Blues 1990

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Character: German housewife

Sons 1990

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Character: Steven's Mother

The Deer Hunter 1978

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Character: Rink Cashier

NBC Special Treat 1975

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Character: Big Aggie Kemp

Charlie's Angels 1976

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Character: Dottie Jessup

Skag 1980

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Character: The Prison Camp Commandant

Seven Beauties 1975

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Character: Momma Reese

Klute 1971

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