Priscilla Morrill appeared 4 times on "All In The Family", in various roles.
|Born:||June 4, 1927|
|Birthplace:||Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.|
|Died:||November 9, 1994(aged 67)|
|Deathplace:||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Also known for:||A guest appearance as Mrs. Snow, Chrissy's mother on the ABC-TV series Three's Company in the second episode of that series|
|Series:||All In The Family|
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|4 appearances from Seasons 3-7|
Priscilla Morrill (June 4, 1927 – November 9, 1994) appeared in four episodes of All In The Family from Seasons 3 through 7 in various roles, most notably as Nurse Bernice in the Season 5 episode "Birth of the Baby:Part 2". Priscilla is perhaps also well known to TV sitcom fans for her appearance as Chrissy Snow's mother on the ABC-TV series Three's Company, in the episode titled "And Mother Makes Four", which was the second episode of the series. A venerable stage, TV and film actress, Priscilla was probably best known for her television performance as Lou Grant's wife on another hit 1970's sitcom series, CBS-TV's long-running The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
Born and raised in Boston, Morrill attended the Carnegie Institute before making her stage debut opposite John Carradine in Julius Caesar. She made her Broadway acting debut in The Relapse with Cyril Ritchard.
Morrill's first television performance was on the Outer Limits episode "The Man With The Power" in 1963. She went on to guest star on numerous television series and television movies. Morrill also had recurring roles on Family, Bret Maverick, Santa Barbara, and Newhart. In addition to guest-starring roles, she also co-starred in two short-lived series: In the Beginning starring McLean Stevenson, and Baby Makes Five starring Peter Scolari. Morrill made her last onscreen appearance on an episode of the hit ABC-TV sitcom Coach in 1992. Jean Stapleton stated in an interview for the Archive of American Television, Morrill was the stand-in for her in the ninth season episode of All In The Family, "A Girl Like Edith" where Stapleton had a dual role. She made an appearance in the ABC-TV action series MacGyver, in the season two episode "D.O.A.: MacGyver" as Helen Wilson.
On November 9, 1994, Morrill died of complications of a kidney infection at the Cedars Siani Medical Center in Los Angeles at the age of 67. She was survived by her husband, Paul Bryson.
|1966||The F.B.I.||Ann King||1 episode|
|1967||Felony Squad||Liz McCready||1 episode|
|1968||The WIld,Wild West||Phalah||Episode: "The Night of the Undead"|
|1968||Mannix||Janet Paulson||Episode: "Edge of the Knife"|
|1973 to 1975||The Mary Tyler Moore Show||Edie Grant||5 episodes|
|1975||Kolchak: The Night Stalker||Griselda||Episode: "The Trevi Collection"|
|1976 to 1977||Family||Elaine Hogan||8 episodes|
|1977||Three's Company||Mrs. Snow||Episode: "And Mother Makes Four"|
|1977||The Jeffersons||Mrs. Fletcher||Episode: "The Costume Party"|
|1978||The Love Boat||Ida Snead||Episode: "Taking Sides/A Friendly Little Game/Going by the Book"|
|1979||Welcome Back, Kotter||Mrs. Gladstone Trevors-Smythe||Episode: "The Breadwinners"|
|1981||It's A Living||Dean Pressman||Episode: "Making the Grade"|
|1982||One Day At A Time||Grandma Cooper||Episode: "Gift Horses"|
|1982 to 1984||Family Ties||Kate Donnelly||2 episodes|
|1983||The Powers of Matthew Star||Mrs. Aldridge||Episode: "Starr Knight"|
|1984||St. Elsewhere||Sister Teresa||2 episodes|
|1985||Scarecrow and Mrs. King||Margaret Brock||Episode: "Spiderweb"|
|1985||Three's A Crowd||Judge Hancock||Episode: "September Song"|
|1985 to 1989||Newhart||Marian "Mary" Vanderkellen||7 episodes|
|1986||The Golden Girls||Lucille Beatty||Episode: "In a Bed of Rose's"|
|1987||MacGyver||Helen Wilson||Episode: "D. O. A.: MacGyver"|
|1989||CBS Summer Playhouse||Miss Gordon||Episode: "Shivers"|
|1989 to 1992||Coach||Mrs. Rizzendough||4 episodes|
|1991||Blossom||Mrs. Whiting||Episode: "School Daze"|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "Priscilla Morrill, Actress, 67". The New York Times. 1994-11-29. http://www.nytimes.com/1994/11/29/obituaries/priscilla-morrill-actress-67.html. Retrieved 2009-06-30.