“Matrix” star Mary Alice has died (✝85)

She has performed alongside stars such as Robert De Niro and Clint Eastwood. Actress Mary Alice has died. She was 85 years old.

Tony and Emmy Award winner Mary Alice has died. A spokesperson for the New York Police Department confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that the actress died July 27 at her Manhattan home. According to the report, Alice was 85 years old. She rose to international fame primarily through her portrayal of the oracle in 2003’s “Matrix Revolutions.”

Alice already made a name for herself in the United States in the 70s and 80s as a famous stage and Broadway musical actress. In 1990, for example, she starred alongside Robert De Niro in Awakenings. Alice had other engagements, among others, in the films “Malcom X” with Denzel Washington, “Perfect World” with Clint Eastwood and Kevin Costner or in “The Bed of Roses” with Christian Slater.

The former Chicago teacher won her Emmy Award in 1993 for her role as Marguerite Peck in the NBC legal drama series I’ll Fly Away, starring Sam Waterston and Regina Taylor. In the 1976 American cult film “Sparkle”, she also plays single mother Effie, who raises her three daughters against all odds. Mary Alice was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame in 2000.

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