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Also Known As: Died:
Born: February 22, 1929 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: actor

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Rebecca Schull is best recalled for playing the former flight attendant turned ticket counter clerk in the long-running NBC series "Wings" (1990-97). Her success, however, was a long time in coming. A homemaker, she did not study acting until 1974 when her husband's business took the family to Dublin and she enrolled in classes at the Stanislavsky School. Roles with the Dublin Focus Theatre followed. In 1975, the family returned to New York, where Schull began to appear in on and off-Broadway (in such shows as "Herzl" and "Golda") as well as numerous regional productions.

Rebecca Schull is best recalled for playing the former flight attendant turned ticket counter clerk in the long-running NBC series "Wings" (1990-97). Her success, however, was a long time in coming. A homemaker, she did not study acting until 1974 when her husband's business took the family to Dublin and she enrolled in classes at the Stanislavsky School. Roles with the Dublin Focus Theatre followed. In 1975, the family returned to New York, where Schull began to appear in on and off-Broadway (in such shows as "Herzl" and "Golda") as well as numerous regional productions.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Twelve Thirty (2010)
2.
 Little Children (2006)
3.
 Flannel Pajamas (2006)
4.
 Analyze That (2002) Ben'S Mother
5.
 Analyze This (1999) Dorothy Sobel
6.
7.
 Holiday in Your Heart (1997) Grandma Teeden
8.
 That Darn Cat (1997) Ma
9.
 Robin Cook's Mortal Fear (1994) Dr Danforth
10.
 My Life (1993) Rose
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1974:
After years as a homemaker, enrolled in Stanislavsky School in Dublin to study acting
:
Made first stage appearances with the Dublin Focus Theater
1980:
Early TV work included a supporting role in TV-movie "A Private Battle"
1982:
Appeared in feature "The Soldier"
1988:
Had recurring role on the short-lived sitcom "Eisenhower and Lutz"
1989:
Had small role in Woody Allen's "Crimes and Misdmeanors"
1990:
TV series debut as regular, played Faye Evelyn Cochran on the NBC sitcom "Wings"
1996:
Co-starred in remake of "That Darn Cat"
2001:
Had featured role in the Neil Simon Broadway comedy "45 Seconds From Broadway"; replaced Joan Copeland who withdrew over "artistic differences"
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Education

New York University: New York , New York -
Stanislavsky School: -

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husband:
Gene.

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daughter:
Elinore. Producer. Gave birth to Schull's first grandchild, Henry, c. 1996.
daughter:
Deborah. Law student.
son:
Jonathan. Professor. Teaches at Haverford College.

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