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Lisa Seagram

  • Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York
  • Birthday: July 07
Date of passing: 
February 01, 2019

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Lisa Seagram was an American actress.

A native of New York, Seagram studied acting with noted acting teachers Paul Mann, Herbert Berghof, Uta Hagen and Bill Hickey. Her first role was in John Cassavetes' film, Shadows, in 1958.

Seagram appeared as Edythe Brewster, the bride of Frank Wilcox’s oil baron John Brewster — the man who made Jed Clampett (Buddy Ebsen) a millionaire — on three episodes of The Beverly Hillbillies in 1965 and ’66. Seagram then played Lila, the accomplice of Milton Berle’s villain Louie the Lilac on the third season of Batman in 1967.

Lisa Seagram was an American actress.

A native of New York, Seagram studied acting with noted acting teachers Paul Mann, Herbert Berghof, Uta Hagen and Bill Hickey. Her first role was in John Cassavetes' film, Shadows, in 1958.

Seagram appeared as Edythe Brewster, the bride of Frank Wilcox’s oil baron John Brewster — the man who made Jed Clampett (Buddy Ebsen) a millionaire — on three episodes of The Beverly Hillbillies in 1965 and ’66. Seagram then played Lila, the accomplice of Milton Berle’s villain Louie the Lilac on the third season of Batman in 1967.

Other television work includes episodes of My Three Sons, Wagon Train, McHale’s Navy, Gunsmoke, Bewitched, My Favorite Martian, Burke’s Law, Perry Mason, Family Affair, and The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.

After retiring from acting, Seagram sold commercial real estate. In the 1980s, she created Actors 2000, teaching acting in Hawaii. She later moved the school to Los Angeles.

Seagram died February 1, 2019, in Burbank, California. She was 82.

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