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Subject: Actress Alice Gold

DIes at 88
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Date Posted: Saturday, March 09, 06:40:11pm


GOLD--Alice, a beloved teacher until 1990 and a fixture on the Broadway theatre scene since, passed away peacefully on March 4, at the age of 88. She began teaching at Martin Van Buren High School in Queens Village in 1968 and immediately became one of the most popular teachers in the school. Teaching dramatic arts and speech, she was a finalist for New York City "Teacher of the Year" in 1988. Alice profoundly affected so many lives and to this day, has remained in touch with scores of students. Retiring in 1990, she pursued her lifelong dream and became an actress. She made numerous appearances in feature films, commercials and popular TV programs. Concurrent with her acting career, Alice became the voice of the Nederlander Organization, the pre-eminent Broadway theatrical producers and theatre-owners. She answered the phones from 1991 up until her retirement, which took place this past September. Alice is survived by her daughter, Nancy Gray, and her son, Jim Gold. A celebration of Alice Gold's life will take place at Sardi's Restaurant in New York in April. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS https://broadway cares.org/ -or- The Actors Fund: https://actorsfund.org/ support-our-work.

Published in The New York Times on Mar. 10, 2019


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IMDb-Saturday, March 09, 06:40:31pm
is Dusty Anderson still living at 100?? (NT)judeSaturday, March 09, 07:01:00pm

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