LOUISE FLETCHER IS 77 TODAY

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Louise Fletcher

Actress Louise Fletcher is best known for her role as Nurse Ratched in the 1975
film One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest for which she won the Academy Award for
Best Actress. The film is #20 on the AFI 100 years…100 Movies list. It was shot at
Oregon State Hospital in Salem, Oregon, which was the setting of the novel. Louise
also portrayed Kai Winn Adami in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999). She
also guest starred on the science fiction NBC television series Heroes. Fletcher
received Emmy nominations for her guest starring roles in Picket Fences on
CBS (1992-1996).

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2 Responses to “LOUISE FLETCHER IS 77 TODAY”

  1. Jackilyn says:

    Happy Birthday, Madame Fletcher! You played an impressive nurse and terrifying grandmother, how do you feel about the remake, it is not necessary as you nailed Olivia’s part! I liked Kristy as Cathy. I am far from being a lithe ballerina, but would love to be Dr. Paul.s wife, I write and am 49, he.d better be mustached and want only me. I am a one-man woman. Yes, he.s fictional, Simone like him. Bnon Anniversaire, 39 encore? Jackie

  2. Richard McLeod says:

    Dear Ms.Fletcher, A remembrance. I took the Pan American L & N Passenger train back and forth from Atmore, Alabama to Nashville from 1967 to 1971. I once had lunch with your father on that train, and we enjoyed communicating with each other during the ride. He was a bit upset at the time, as the Pan American was closing down, and he informed me it was his mode of travel to a deaf church in Mobile he visited once monthly. It was for me also, as it was my mode of travel from Atmore, Alabama to Nashville where I attended College. I think of that special lunch often I had with your father in the dining car of the Pan American Passenger Liner, and just wanted to let you know about it. I kept his calling card for years, as I am also an Episcopalian, which initially led up to my introducing myself to your father on the train. Hope you are well, and enjoyed this little story from the past. Richard McLeod, Riverside, California

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