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Actress Nancy Marchand receives Emmy Award
Actress Nancy Marchand, who plays the role of the publisher of the Los Angeles Tribune in the TV show, "Lou Grant," salutes with her Emmy after she received the award at the 33rd Annual Emmy Awards September 13, 1981 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. Her award was for Best Supporting actress in a dramatic role. (UPI/Bill Hormell/Files)
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Nancy Marchand (June 19, 1928 – June 18, 2000) was an American actress, whose career encompassed both stage and screen. She appeared in various theatre productions throughout the early 1950s, before being offered roles on film and television.

She was perhaps most famous for her portrayal of Margaret Pynchon in Lou Grant and, in later life, Livia Soprano on The Sopranos.

Marchand was born in Buffalo, New York, the daughter of Marjorie Freeman, a pianist, and Raymond L. Marchand, a physician.

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