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Doris Belack

Doris Belack

(1926 – 2011)

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Doris Belack
(1926 – 2011)

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(1926 – 2011)
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This is an online obituary dedicated to Doris Belack who was an American character actress of stage, film and television. In 1955, she performed on the record "Poetry of the Negro" with Sidney Poitier. The record was produced by her husband, Philip Rose.
Doris Belack has been misidentified as the first "Mrs. Fish" to Abe Vigoda's character on Barney Miller. She was actually only a one episode replacement for actress Florence Stanley, who played "Mrs. Fish" ("Bernice Fish"). Before that, Doris Belack was seen mainly in soap operas; she was the original Anna Wolek Craig on One Life to Live. She also appeared in Another World, The Edge of Night and The Doctors. She played the part of the formidable producer on
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the soap opera on which Dustin Hoffman's character in the comedy hit film Tootsie appeared.
Doris Belack played the lead role in the short-lived television sitcom called Baker's Dozen as "Florence Baker", the no-nonsense captain of an undercover anti-crime unit of the NYPD. The show lasted a month on CBS. From 1990 to 2001, she played the tough, sharp-tongued "Judge Margaret Barry", a recurring role on Law & Order and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She also played Maureen McReary in Grand Theft Auto IV. Doris Belack provided the voices of Mrs. Dink and Mrs. Wingo in the Nickelodeon show Doug.
Doris Belack died on the 4th October 2011. This is an online tribute to her life and her career. May she rest
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in peace.
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On 31st Dec 2012
Doris Keane
wrote:
Doris Belack and my brother Ed were sweethearts at Evander Childs High School in the Bronx NY...Ed went off to war...Doris on to fame as an actress...I often wonder had the war not interrupted the romance..what might have been?? Ed passed away Jan 17..2011 I wrote her of his passing.. sadly she passed the same year in Oct...they are reunited in friendship..Rest In Peace...Doris Keane
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Doris Belack

This is an online obituary dedicated to Doris Belack who was an American character actress of stage, film and television. In 1955, she performed on the record "Poetry of the Negro" with Sidney Poitier. The record was produced by her husband, Philip Rose.
Doris Belack has been misidentified as the first "Mrs. Fish" to Abe Vigoda's character on Barney Miller. She was actually only a one episode replacement for actress Florence Stanley, who played "Mrs. Fish" ("Bernice Fish"). Before that, Doris Belack was seen mainly in soap operas; she was the original Anna Wolek Craig on One Life to Live. She also appeared in Another World, The Edge of Night and The Doctors. She played the part of the formidable producer on...

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