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Born: September 30, 1957 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1978:
Earliest TV work included a role in the TV-movie "Stranger in Our House" (NBC)
1998:
Executive produced, wrote and directed the MTV pilot "Daytrippers"
1978:
First gained recognition in the feature "American Hot Wax"
1990:
Made her first screen appearance opposite Robin Williams in "Cadillac Man"
1996:
Signed two-picture deal with Caravan and TriStar
2006:
Joined the cast of Neil LaBute's off-Broadway play "Some Girl(s)" co-starring Eric McCormack
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Voted Miss New York Teenager
1999:
Announced in January that she was ending production on the CBS sitcom "The Nanny"
1991:
Co-starred as Melissa Kirschner on the short-lived CBS sitcom "Princesses"
1996:
Co-starred opposite Robin Williams in Francis Ford Coppola's "Jack"
1999:
Signed to make Broadway acting debut in "Sweet Deliverance"; production put on hold
1997:
Starred in the film "The Beautician and the Beast"
2003:
Starred in the ABC movie "Beautiful Girl"
1988:
Started company Loaf & Kisses Gourmet Croutons
1991:
Appeared in stage play "The Rug Merchants of Chaos" (Pasadena)
2005:
Cast as a divorcée on The WB comedy "Living with Fran"
1998:
Made directorial debut with an episode of her sitcom "The Nanny"
2008:
Guest starred on HBO's "Entourage"
2010:
Hosted the daytime talk program "The Fran Drescher Show"
2012:
Voiced Frankenstein's wife in animated feature "Hotel Transylvania"
2017:
Had a guest role on "Broad City"
2018:
Returned yet again for "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation"
1977:
Landed a bit part in "Saturday Night Fever"; delivered memorable line, "Are you as good in bed as you are on the dance floor?" in her feature film debut
1984:
Made a memorable cameo in Rob Reiner's spoof "This Is Spinal Tap"
1993:
Landed breakout television role as Fran Fine on the CBS sitcom "The Nanny"; also created show idea and made producing debut
2011:
Created, executive produced and starred in "Happily Divorced" (TV Land) about a divorced couple (Drescher and John Michael Higgins) who still live together even though he's gay; premise based on Drescher's real-life marriage to ex-husband and co-creator Peter Marc Jacobson
2015:
Returned to role of Eunice, wife of Dracula, in "Hotel Transylvania 2"

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