Photo Gallery. 2 photos. 2 photos. Biography. Ellen McElduff was born on March 7, 1964 in Canada. She is an actress, known for Maximum Overdrive (1986), ...
Ellen McElduff, Actress: Maximum Overdrive. Ellen McElduff was born on March 7, 1964 in Canada. She is an actress, known for Maximum Overdrive (1986), Little Man Tate (1991) and JFK (1991).
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ELLEN MCELDUFF OZ (1997) AF archive / Alamy Stock Photo. Image ID: BPG5M3. ELLEN MCELDUFF AS Eleanor O'Connor TELEVISION PROGRAMME TV SERIES OZ DIRECTED BY TOM FONTANA FILM COMPANY HBO 12 July 1997 - **WARNING** This photograph is the copyright of the FILM/TV COMPANY and/or the photographer assigned by or authorised by/allowed on the set by the ...
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Ellen McElduff was born on March 7, 1964 in Canada. She is an actress, known for Maximum Overdrive (1986), Little Man Tate (1991) and JFK (1991).
Decades ago, I'd heard that Eric Overmeyer and the wonderful actress Ellen McElduff had begun living part-time in her native Louisiana. This is obviously well before Katrina, but even then, New Orleans was in need of support.
This is an original press photo. Working Girls. Photo is dated --1987. It may contain wrinkles, cracks, and possibly even tears due to its age and how it was handled before it got to us. A scanner may interpret colors and contrast differently than human eyes will, so it is possible that the actual photograph may be slightly darker or lighter in person.
Born in 4 Nov 1875 and died in 10 May 1963 Carrickmore, County Tyrone Ellen Harvey McElduff
- 4 Nov 1875
- 10 May 1963 (aged 87)
Ellen McElduff (born March 7, 1964) is a Canadian film, television, and stage actress, best known for roles in JFK, Oz, Homicide: Life on the Street, and many acclaimed stage productions.
Dead End Kids, 1980 Photo credit - Carol Rosegg Michael Kuhling, Greg Mehrten, Ellen McElduff, Terry O'Reilly, Scotty Snyder, B. St. John Schofield “The piece is poetic, sensuous, bitterly funny, a collage of surprises.