Elsa Raven

Elsa Raven

Date of Birth

Date of Birth: September 21, 1929
Date of Passing: November 02, 2020
Birthplace: Charleston, South Carolina
Obituary: New York Times

Elsa Raven was an American actress.

She started her acting career on stage in New York City, where she also assisted producer Joseph Papp in bringing the Free Shakespeare Festival to Central Park.

In movies, Raven made brief but memorable appearances as the "Save The Clocktower" lady in the original Back to the Future, and the realtor who sold the house in Amityville Horror.

Elsa Raven was an American actress.

She started her acting career on stage in New York City, where she also assisted producer Joseph Papp in bringing the Free Shakespeare Festival to Central Park.

In movies, Raven made brief but memorable appearances as the "Save The Clocktower" lady in the original Back to the Future, and the realtor who sold the house in Amityville Horror.

Raven's television appearances include episodes of Medical Center, Quincy M.E., The A-Team, Highway to Heaven, Daily Ties, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Murphy Brown, The Larry Sanders Show, Seinfeld, Chicago Hope, Everybody Loves Raymond, and ER. She also had recurring roles as Inga, the Swedish maid on Amen, Vinnie Terranova's mother Carlotta on Wiseguy, Lucille on Days of Our Lives, and Tugboat Tessie on General Hospital.

She appeared as herself in the Looking Back to the Future documentary in 2006.

Raven died November 2, 2020, in Los Angeles, California. She was 91.

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