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Marge Redmond, Who Played Sister Jacqueline on ‘The Flying Nun,’ Dies at 95

Marge Redmond, Who Played Sister Jacqueline on ‘The Flying Nun,’ Dies at 95

Marge Redmond, a stage and screen actress best remembered for her role as Sister Jacqueline on the 1960s sitcom “The Flying Nun,” died in February at age 95.

Her death was not made public until May, when it was announced as part of a larger in memoriam layout in the latest SAG-aftra quarterly magazine. Her cause of death has not been disclosed.

Born in 1924 in Cleveland, Ohio, Redmond began acting as a young woman in Ohio before moving on to stage roles in New York and eventually film and TV roles in Los Angeles.

Among her film roles, she appeared in “The Trouble With Angels” and the Billy Wilder film “Fortune Cookie” in 1966, Alfred Hitchcock’s “Family Plot” in 1976, and the 1993 Woody Allen film “Manhattan Murder Mystery.”

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She was most often seen on television, and appeared

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