|born on||31 December 1938 at 18:27 (= 6:27 PM )|
|Place||Atlantic City NJ, USA, 39n21, 74w25|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||09°39' 03°41 Asc. 01°55'|
American actress, leading lady of the '70s on film, stage and TV. Her career flourished in spite of her staunch refusal to portray stereotyped black roles. Cash was nominated for an Emmy for her work on the Public Broadcasting Service production of "Go Tell it on the Mountain." In 1992 she was inducted into the Black Filmmaker Hall Of Fame.
During her early years as an actress, Rosalind Cash moonlighted as a hospital aide, waitress, salesgirl and nightclub singer. She made her Broadway debut in the 1966 production, "The Wayward Stork." Her film career began when Charlton Heston personally selected her to co-star in his 1971 sci-fi vehicle "The Omega Man." Daytime-drama devotees know Cash best as the matriarchal Mary Mae Ward on "General Hospital," plus guest roles in other series and productions.
Of all her many accomplishments, Cash was proudest of her work with the Negro Ensemble Company, which she co-founded in the late 1960s.
Cash died of cancer on 10/31/1995, Los Angeles, CA
- associate relationship with Entertainment: General Hospital (born 1 April 1963). Notes: Played Mary Mae Ward, 1994-1995
- Work : New Career 1966 (Broadway debut)
- Work : Gain social status 1971 (Appeared in "The Omega Man")
- Work : Prize 1992 (Black Filmmaker Hall of Fame)
- Death by Disease 31 October 1995 at 12:00 noon in Los Angeles, CA (Cancer, age 56)
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- Traits : Body : Race (Black)
- Diagnoses : Major Diseases : Cancer (Terminal)
- Vocation : Entertainment : Actor/ Actress (TV and film)
- Vocation : Entertainment : Live Stage (Negro Ensemble Company)
- Vocation : Entertainment : TV series/ Soap star (General Hospital)
- Notable : Awards : Hall of Fame (Black Filmmaker)
- Notable : Famous : Founder/ originator (Co-founder of Negro Ensemble Company)