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Beatrice "Bea" Arthur (May 13, 1922 April 25, 2009), born Bernice Frankel, was an American actress, comedienne and singer whose career spanned seven decades. She was a truck-driving Marine during World War II. She is well-known for her amazing droll, dry [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan delivery,]] and the argument could be made that she is the Deadpan Queen. She is most famous for her roles as the title character on ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (A SpinOff of ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', where she originated the role) and Dorothy on ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. She even had [[https://youtu.be/Q63ZNcAyHHg her own hour-long special]] in 1980. She had a variety of other roles spanning her career, from film to television to theater.

She was also the reigning champ of the ReactionShot and DeathGlare, with TV legend Norman Lear reportedly saying she [[FacialDialogue could get more laughs]] out of an audience by [[FascinatingEyebrow raising an eyebrow]] than most actresses could with three pages of dialogue. It was well known that she DoesNotLikeShoes.

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Beatrice "Bea" Arthur (May 13, 1922 April 25, 2009), born Bernice Frankel, was an American actress, comedienne actor, comedian and singer whose career spanned seven decades. She was a truck-driving Marine during World War II. She is well-known for her amazing droll, dry [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan delivery,]] and the argument could be made that she is the Deadpan Queen. She is most famous for her roles as the title character on ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (A SpinOff of ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', where she originated the role) and Dorothy on ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. She even had [[https://youtu.be/Q63ZNcAyHHg her own hour-long special]] in 1980. She had a variety of other roles spanning her career, from film to television to theater.

She was also the reigning champ of the ReactionShot and DeathGlare, with TV legend Norman Lear reportedly saying she [[FacialDialogue could get more laughs]] out of an audience by [[FascinatingEyebrow raising an eyebrow]] than most actresses actors could with three pages of dialogue. It was well known that she DoesNotLikeShoes.


[[SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} Is it any wonder that she is My angel and the sexiest woman ever?]]

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[[SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} [[ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} Is it any wonder that she is My angel and the sexiest woman ever?]]


She also appeared as Ackmena in ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial''. She was the only member of the cast who didn't [[OldShame regret her part in it]], though this may be due to the fact that she was not informed of the special's (loose) relation to the Franchise/StarWars franchise at the time of filming; she was quite used to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofsLWjeBXN4 doing all sorts of variety shows]] in TheSeventies and [[TheEighties Rarly Eighties]]. To this day, her [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously performance]] is considered the high point of an otherwise disappointingly terrible special.

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She also appeared as Ackmena in ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial''. She was the only member of the cast who didn't [[OldShame regret her part in it]], though this may be due to the fact that she was not informed of the special's (loose) relation to the Franchise/StarWars franchise at the time of filming; she was quite used to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofsLWjeBXN4 doing all sorts of variety shows]] in TheSeventies and [[TheEighties Rarly Early Eighties]]. To this day, her [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously performance]] is considered the high point of an otherwise disappointingly terrible special.


Beatrice "Bea" Arthur (May 13, 1922 April 25, 2009), born Bernice Frankel, was an American actress, comedienne and singer whose career spanned seven decades. She was a truck-driving Marine during World War II. She is well-known for her amazing droll, dry [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan delivery,]] and the argument could be made that she is the Deadpan Queen. She is most famous for her roles as the title character on ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (A SpinOff of ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', where she originated the role) and Dorothy on ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. She even had [[https://youtu.be/Q63ZNcAyHHg her own hour-long special]] in 1980 with Creator/RockHudson co-starring. She had a variety of other roles spanning her career, from film to television to theater.

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Beatrice "Bea" Arthur (May 13, 1922 April 25, 2009), born Bernice Frankel, was an American actress, comedienne and singer whose career spanned seven decades. She was a truck-driving Marine during World War II. She is well-known for her amazing droll, dry [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan delivery,]] and the argument could be made that she is the Deadpan Queen. She is most famous for her roles as the title character on ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (A SpinOff of ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', where she originated the role) and Dorothy on ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. She even had [[https://youtu.be/Q63ZNcAyHHg her own hour-long special]] in 1980 with Creator/RockHudson co-starring.1980. She had a variety of other roles spanning her career, from film to television to theater.


Beatrice "Bea" Arthur (May 13, 1922 April 25, 2009), born Bernice Frankel, was an American actress, comedienne and singer whose career spanned seven decades. She was a truck-driving Marine during World War II. She is well-known for her amazing droll, dry [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan delivery,]] and the argument could be made that she is the Deadpan Queen. She is most famous for her roles as the title character on ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (A SpinOff of ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', where she originated the role) and Dorothy on ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. She had a variety of other roles spanning her career, from film to television to theater.

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Beatrice "Bea" Arthur (May 13, 1922 April 25, 2009), born Bernice Frankel, was an American actress, comedienne and singer whose career spanned seven decades. She was a truck-driving Marine during World War II. She is well-known for her amazing droll, dry [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan delivery,]] and the argument could be made that she is the Deadpan Queen. She is most famous for her roles as the title character on ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (A SpinOff of ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', where she originated the role) and Dorothy on ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. She even had [[https://youtu.be/Q63ZNcAyHHg her own hour-long special]] in 1980 with Creator/RockHudson co-starring. She had a variety of other roles spanning her career, from film to television to theater.


Beatrice "Bea" Arthur (May 13, 1922 April 25, 2009), born Bernice Frankel, was an American actress, comedienne and singer whose career spanned seven decades. She was a Marine during World War II. She is well-known for her amazing droll, dry [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan delivery,]] and the argument could be made that she is the Deadpan Queen. She is most famous for her roles as the title character on ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (A SpinOff of ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', where she originated the role) and Dorothy on ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. She had a variety of other roles spanning her career, from film to television to theater.

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Beatrice "Bea" Arthur (May 13, 1922 April 25, 2009), born Bernice Frankel, was an American actress, comedienne and singer whose career spanned seven decades. She was a truck-driving Marine during World War II. She is well-known for her amazing droll, dry [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan delivery,]] and the argument could be made that she is the Deadpan Queen. She is most famous for her roles as the title character on ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (A SpinOff of ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', where she originated the role) and Dorothy on ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. She had a variety of other roles spanning her career, from film to television to theater.


She also appeared as Ackmena in ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial''. She was the only member of the cast who didn't [[OldShame regret her part in it]], though this may be due to the fact that she was not informed of the special's (loose) relation to the Franchise/StarWars franchise at the time of filming; she was quite used to doing all sorts of variety shows in TheSeventies and [[TheEighties Rarly Eighties]]. To this day, her [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously performance]] is considered the high point of an otherwise disappointingly terrible special.

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She also appeared as Ackmena in ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial''. She was the only member of the cast who didn't [[OldShame regret her part in it]], though this may be due to the fact that she was not informed of the special's (loose) relation to the Franchise/StarWars franchise at the time of filming; she was quite used to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofsLWjeBXN4 doing all sorts of variety shows shows]] in TheSeventies and [[TheEighties Rarly Eighties]]. To this day, her [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously performance]] is considered the high point of an otherwise disappointingly terrible special.


She was also the reigning champ of the ReactionShot, with TV legend Norman Lear reportedly saying she [[FacialDialogue could get more laughs]] out of an audience by [[FascinatingEyebrow raising an eyebrow]] than most actresses could with three pages of dialogue. It was well known that she DoesNotLikeShoes.

She also appeared as Ackmena in ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial''. She was the only member of the cast who didn't [[OldShame regret her part in it]], though this may be due to the fact that she was not informed of the special's (loose) relation to the Franchise/StarWars franchise at the time of filming. To this day, her [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously performance]] is considered the high point of an otherwise disappointingly terrible special.

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She was also the reigning champ of the ReactionShot, ReactionShot and DeathGlare, with TV legend Norman Lear reportedly saying she [[FacialDialogue could get more laughs]] out of an audience by [[FascinatingEyebrow raising an eyebrow]] than most actresses could with three pages of dialogue. It was well known that she DoesNotLikeShoes.

She also appeared as Ackmena in ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial''. She was the only member of the cast who didn't [[OldShame regret her part in it]], though this may be due to the fact that she was not informed of the special's (loose) relation to the Franchise/StarWars franchise at the time of filming.filming; she was quite used to doing all sorts of variety shows in TheSeventies and [[TheEighties Rarly Eighties]]. To this day, her [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously performance]] is considered the high point of an otherwise disappointingly terrible special.


She also appeared as Ackmena in ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial''. She was the only member of the cast who didn't regret her part in it, though this may be due to the fact that she was not informed of the special's (loose) relation to the Franchise/StarWars franchise at the time of filming. To this day, her performance is considered the high point of an otherwise disappointingly terrible special.

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She also appeared as Ackmena in ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial''. She was the only member of the cast who didn't [[OldShame regret her part in it, it]], though this may be due to the fact that she was not informed of the special's (loose) relation to the Franchise/StarWars franchise at the time of filming. To this day, her performance [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously performance]] is considered the high point of an otherwise disappointingly terrible special.

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Fun fact: She had a very similar face to Jane Ross, who played the character Tamoon in the ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "The Gamesters of Triskelion". Even after Ross died in 1985, several sources mistakenly credited Arthur for the role and mistakenly said Ross was a pseudonym Arthur used. In 2001, Arthur set the record straight that she and Ross were different people and she had never appeared in ''Franchise/StarTrek''.


->''"My dream was to become a very small blonde movie star like Ida Lupino and those other women I saw up there on the screen during the Depression."''

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->''"My dream was to become a very small blonde movie star like Ida Lupino Creator/IdaLupino and those other women I saw up there on the screen during the Depression."''

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->''"My dream was to become a very small blonde movie star like Ida Lupino and those other women I saw up there on the screen during the Depression."''


She was also the reigning champ of the ReactionShot, with TV legend Norman Lear reportedly saying she [[FacialDialogue could get more laughs]] out of an audience by [[FascinatingEyebrow raising an eyebrow]] than most actresses could with three pages of dialogue.
It was well known that she DoesNotLikeShoes.

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She was also the reigning champ of the ReactionShot, with TV legend Norman Lear reportedly saying she [[FacialDialogue could get more laughs]] out of an audience by [[FascinatingEyebrow raising an eyebrow]] than most actresses could with three pages of dialogue.
dialogue. It was well known that she DoesNotLikeShoes.


Beatrice "Bea" Arthur (May 13, 1922 April 25, 2009), born Bernice Frankel, was an American actress, comedienne and singer whose career spanned seven decades. She was a marine during World War II. She is well-known for her amazing droll, dry [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan delivery,]] and the argument could be made that she is the Deadpan Queen. She is most famous for her roles as the title character on ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (A SpinOff of ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', where she originated the role) and Dorothy on ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. She had a variety of other roles spanning her career, from film to television to theater.

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Beatrice "Bea" Arthur (May 13, 1922 April 25, 2009), born Bernice Frankel, was an American actress, comedienne and singer whose career spanned seven decades. She was a marine Marine during World War II. She is well-known for her amazing droll, dry [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan delivery,]] and the argument could be made that she is the Deadpan Queen. She is most famous for her roles as the title character on ''Series/{{Maude}}'' (A SpinOff of ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', where she originated the role) and Dorothy on ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''. She had a variety of other roles spanning her career, from film to television to theater.



[[SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} Is it any wonder that she is My angel and the sexiest woman ever?]]

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[[SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} Is it any wonder that she is My angel and the sexiest woman ever?]]

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