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Ellen Greene Biography and Filmography
Ellen Greene
Birthday: February 22, 1951
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Height: 0' 0"
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Supercharged American stage and screen actress Ellen Greene was educated at Ryder College. After her leading-lady film debut in Next Stop Greenwich Village (1978), Ellen's career was steady but unspectacular until she was cast as airheaded heroine Audrey in the 1982 Broadway musical hit Little Shop of Horrors. She was among the few cast members to recreate her role for the 1986 screen version; so winning was her performance in this film and the subsequent Talk Radio (1988), that critics and pundits predicted major stardom. So far as Ellen was concerned, she was already a star, and behaved accordingly. Cast as a neurotic rock 'n' roller-turned-evangelist in the 1989 TV movie Glory! Glory!, Ms. Greene became difficult and demanding, throwing her weight around in a manner suggesting that she been on top long enough to be permitted this behavior. Evidently her imperiousness paid off; Glory! Glory! was an excellent effort, thanks in no small part to the towering performance of its leading lady. After Glory! Glory!, Ellen Greene continued to get good roles on stage and in television; in 1992, the actress joined several other musical comedy veterans as a voice artist for the animated cartoon feature Rock a Doodle.
Fielder's Choice (2005)
[ Marin Hinkle ]
Mystery Woman: Sing Me a Murder (2005)
[ Kellie Martin ][ Nina Siemaszko ]
Love Object (2003)
[ Melissa Sagemiller ]
The Cooler (2003)
[ Maria Bello ][ Estella Warren ][ Jewel Shepard ]
Alex in Wonder (2001)
[ Alison Lohman ][ Soleil Moon Frye ][ Genevieve Bujold ]
States of Control (1997)
One Fine Day (1996)
[ Michelle Pfeiffer ][ Amanda Peet ][ Mae Whitman ][ Holland Taylor ][ Bitty Schram ]
An Occasional Hell (1996)
[ Kari Wuhrer ][ Valeria Golino ]
Killer: A Journal of Murder (1996)
[ Lili Taylor ][ Cara Buono ]
Jaded (1996)
[ Carla Gugino ][ Aida Turturro ][ Anna Thompson ][ Catherine Dent ]
How Can I Call You My Ex-Husbands If You Won't Go Away? (1995)
Léon (1994)
[ Natalie Portman ]
Wagons East (1994)
[ Melinda Culea ]
Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (1994)
[ Anna Nicole Smith ][ Pricilla Presley ][ Julie Ann Stolfa ][ Rosalind Allen ][ Barbara Harris ]
Fathers & Sons (1992)
[ Famke Janssen ][ Rosanna Arquette ][ Natasha Gregson-Wagner ][ Bitty Schram ][ Erika Alexander ]
Rock-A-Doodle (1991)
[ Lio ]
Stepping Out (1991)
[ Jane Krakowski ][ Liza Minelli ][ Julie Walters ][ Shelley Winters ][ Andrea Martin ]
Pump Up the Volume (1990)
[ Juliet Landau ][ Lin Shaye ][ Lala Sloatman ][ Samantha Mathis ]
Dinner at Eight (1989)
[ Lauren Bacall ][ Julia Sweeney ][ Belinda Balaski ]
Glory! Glory! (1989)
[ Lisa Jakub ]
Talk Radio (1988)
[ Anna Thompson ]
Ich und Er (1988)
[ Carey Lowell ][ Kelly Bishop ]
Little Shop of Horrors (1986)
[ Tisha Campbell ][ Miriam Margolyes ][ Pam Ferris ][ Tichina Arnold ]
The Special Magic of Herself the Elf (1983)
I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can (1982)
[ Dianne Wiest ][ CCH Pounder ][ Toni Kalem ]
Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976)
[ Shelley Winters ]
  • She is most famous as the lispy, bubble-headed blonde Audrey in the stage production of the cult favorite "Little Shop of Horrors," which she played for two years (1982-1984), then transferred to film with the same title Little Shop of Horrors (1986).
  • Was nominated for Broadway's 1977 Tony Award as Best Actress (Featured Role - Musical) for a revival of "The Threepenny Opera."
  • Attended W.T. Clarke High School in Westbury, NY.

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