Rebecca Schull

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Birth Name: Rebecca Schull
Born: 02/22/1929
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA

By 1980, Schull had broken into TV, playing a supporting role in "A Private Battle" the CBS TV-movie based on the life of Cornelius Ryan. She made her feature debut as role as the Israeli undersecretary of agriculture in "The Soldier" (1982). Schull was a bag lady alongside Lucille Ball in "Stone Pillow" (CBS, 1985), and also appeared in "Trapped in Silence" (CBS, 1986). She became a frequent guest star on TV episodics, appearing on "St. Elsewhere" and "Hooperman" as well as landing a recurring role on the short-lived sitcom "Eisenhower and Lutz" (CBS, 1988). But it is as the perky Faye Evelyn Cochran on "Wings" that has brought her greatest exposure. Schull appeared in Woody Allen's "Crimes... Continue Bio >>

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