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She won an Obie - the off-Broadway version of the Tony - in 1970 for "Who's Happy Now," playing the "other woman" in a family drama written by Oliver Hailey.
She reprised the role in a 1975 television version; in a review, The New York Times described her character as "an irrepressible belle given to frequent bouts of `wooziness' and occasional bursts of shrewdness."She had appeared only sporadically on television until producer Norman Lear tapped her for a guest role on "All in the Family" in 1971.
She is very empathetic, sensitive, gentle, and pretty.
In 2008, Mc Clanahan appeared in the Logo comedy "Sordid Lives: The Series," playing the slightly addled, elderly mother of an institutionalized drag queen.
"I think, too, that's where the name came from, although my character is not a drinker and not crazy."Her Blanche Devereaux, she said, "is in love with life and she loves men.
I think she has an attitude toward women that's competitive.
Mc Clanahan was married six times: Tom Bish, with whom she had a son, Mark Bish; actor Norman Hartweg; Peter D'Maio; Gus Fisher; and Tom Keel.
She married husband Morrow Wilson on Christmas Day in 1997.People took to social media to pay tribute to the Emmy-winning actress, perhaps best known for playing the role of Blanche Devereaux in the classic Precisely how this happened remains unclear.