Polly Holliday Actress, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Married, and Net Worth

Polly Holliday Bio| Wiki

Polly Holliday is an American retired actress who has appeared on stage, on television, and in film. She is popularly known for her portrayal of sassy waitress Florence Jean “Flo” Castleberry on the 1970s sitcom Alice. Holliday reprised in its short-lived spin-off, Flo where her character’s catchphrase of “Kiss my grits!” remains perhaps the most memorable line associated with the series Alice.

Holliday won Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Alice Series, Miniseries, or Television Film from 1979 to 1980. In addition, she was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series the same year. Previously, Holliday worked as a piano teacher in her native Alabama, and then in Florida

Polly Holliday Age

She was born Polly Dean Holliday on July 2, 1937, in Jasper, Alabama, United States. Holliday is 83 years old.

Polly Holliday Height

She is a woman of above-average stature. Holliday stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in (approx. 1.7m).

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Polly Holliday Family

She was born and raised by her parents in Jasper, Alabama. Her father is Ernest Sullivan Holliday, a truck driver, while her mother is known as Velma Mabell Holliday. Moreover, Holliday grew along with her brother Doyle in Childersburg and Sylacauga.

Polly Holliday Married

She is a private woman and has managed to keep her marital status away from the limelight. We will therefore update you once this information is available in our system.

Polly Holliday Education

She attended Alabama State Women’s College now the University of Montevallo and graduated with a degree in piano in 1959. In addition, Holliday graduated from Florida State University in Tallahassee in 1960 with Masters in Music Education.

Polly Holliday Movies And Tv Shows

She is best known for her portrayal of sassy waitress Florence Jean “Flo” Castleberry on the 1970s sitcom Alice. Holliday reprised in its short-lived spin-off, Flo and she was nominated for Golden Globe Award for Best Actress and Television Series Musical or Comedy. Moreover, she was also nominated again for the same in the Primetime Emmy Award for Oustanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. Holliday started her acting career as a member of the Asolo Theatre Company in Sarasota, Florida.

She moved to New York City in 1973 and appeared in Alice Childress’s play Wedding Band at the Public Theater. Later. Holiday cast in Broadway hit All Over Town, while working on it, she befriended the play’s director, Dustin Hoffman, who later worked with her on the movie known as All the President’s Men of 1976.

She joined the cast of the CBS-TV sitcom Private Benjamin as a temporary replacement for series regular Eileen Brennan who was recovering from serious injuries after being struck by a car in 1983. Furthermore, she made appearances on television shows such as The Golden Girls. There she played Rose Nylund’s blind sister, Lily, in a recurring role as Jill Taylor’s mother on Home Improvement, as well as a regular character on The Client.

In 1986, Holliday appeared in revivals of Arsenic and Old Lace as Martha Brewster, homicidal, sweet old aunties and one of the dotty in 1990. Moreover, she was nominated for a Tony for her portrayal of Big Mama and Picnic in 1994.

Polly Holliday Gremlins

She played a role as Ruby Deagle in the 1984 hit Gremlins, which won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress. Moreover, Holiday’s other notable roles in films include Moon Over Parador, All the President’s Men, the 1998 remake of The Parent Trap, Mrs. Doubtfire, and Mrs.

Polly Holliday Today

She is an Episcopalian who sang in the St. Andrews Episcopal Choir in Mobile, Alabama. In January 2010 Holliday appeared as herself in an official advertising campaign for the Episcopal Church. Moreover, she sang in the Grace Church Choral Society in Greenwich Village, New York City. Also, she ran a chamber music series there called the Willow Ensemble from 1995 to 2008.

Polly Holliday The Parent Trap

In 1998,  She appeared in the remake of The Parent Trap as the director of Camp Walden. Additionally, Holliday appeared at Lincoln Center in a revival of Arthur Laurents’s The Time of the Cuckoo in 2000. In the same year, Holiday was inducted into the Alabama Stage and Screen Hall of Fame.

Polly Holliday Still Alive

She is a retired American actress who has appeared on stage as well as in the film. She is still alive and soon she will celebrate her 84 birthday.

Polly Holliday Net Worth

She is a retired and popular actress who worked for over 5o decades as a. She has therefore amassed a hefty fortune working through her successful career. Holliday has a net worth of $2 million.

When Was Polly Holliday Born

She was born on July 2, 1937, in Jasper, Alabama and she is currently 83 years old turning 84 next month. Holliday celebrates her birthday every year with family and friends on the 2nd of July.

What Happened To Polly Holliday

She left the Show Alice after she wore a red wig which did not endear her to the titular star of the show, Linda Lavin. Therefore, the friction between the two actresses made Holliday leave for her on Short-lived spin-off series

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