Emmy and Tony award-winning actress, Nanette Fabray has died. She was a Broadway musical comedy star whose work with Sid Caesar on the classic 1950s TV comedy-variety show “Caesar’s Hour” earned her three Emmy Awards as well as her work on numerous television shows. She was 97.
Fabray, whose early hearing problem made her a high-profile advocate for the hearing impaired, died Thursday of natural causes in Palos Verdes Estates, her son, Jamie MacDougall, said.
She is survived by her son and two grandchildren, Kylie and Ryan.