Birth Name: Fionnula Flanagan
Birth Place: Dublin, IE
Her career, though, has not been limited to appearing in works by her countryman, but has also encompassed stage, screen and television. In 1968, the petite, auburn-haired Flanagan moved to America and landed her first stage role in "Lovers". She segued to the small screen where she has had the most success to date. Flanagan has appeared in numerous TV longforms, beginning with the 1973 ABC remake of "The Picture of Dorian Gray". She was the Irish maid of the famed, but acquitted suspected murderess in "The Legend of Lizzie Borden" (ABC, 1975), won an Emmy for a supporting role in the ratings winner "Rich Man, Poor Man" (ABC, 1976), and was the wife to writer William Allen White, mourning th...
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