Ann Morgan Guilbert Biography
Birthday: October 16, 1928 (Libra)
Born In: Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Ann Morgan Guilbert was an American actress who left behind a rich legacy by playing some of the funniest and most remarkable roles on TV during her career. While her acting innings started on stage, she made an enduring impression on the audience with her portrayal of Millie Helper, the meddling-nosy neighbor, on the TV sitcom ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show’. She is equally famous for her portrayal of Yetta Rosenberg, the loving grandmother, in the comedy TV series ‘The Nanny’. Guilbert was also an accomplished Broadway actress who had stellar performances in ‘The Billy Barnes Revue’ and ‘A Naked Girl on the Appian Way’ in her portfolio. While she appeared in only a handful of movies, she made sure to leave behind a lasting impression through her performances in ‘The Man from the Diners' Club’ and ‘One Man’s Way’, to name a few. She also won the ‘Robert Altman Award’ for her scene-stealing performance in the dark comedy film ‘Please Give’.