Allen Ludden - Allen Ludden was born at 4 p. Allen, age 22, a Wisconsin native and housewife. Tragically, Elmer Ellsworth died the next winter, a victim of the worldwide influenza epidemic, on January 6, The death certificate gives the cause as "influenza with acute nephritis. Ludden, the town physician, a Chicago native who had practiced in Mineral Point since Allen was given his adoptive father's name and became Allen E. The family lived briefly in the small Wisconsin towns of Janesville, Elkhorn, Antigo and Waupaca before moving to Texas when Allen was still a small child. According to his autobiographical novel "Roger Thomas, Actor! An English and dramatics major at the University of Texas, he graduated Phi Beta Kappa in , and received his Master of Arts degree in English from the same university in He taught English at the university and became the director of the Austin Little Theater, but only briefly.
Rose Nylund would most likely follow suit. Betty White is best known for her role on The Golden Girls where she famously played Rose Nylund, who lived in Minnesota with her husband Charlie and their five children, before retiring to Florida and moving in with Blanche, Dorothy , and Sophia. While Rose had a few boyfriends over the eight seasons of The Golden Girls , she never re-married and always spoke very fondly of Charlie. Turns out Rose's relationship status was very similar to White's own personal life.
Contribute to This Page
Allen Ludden born Allen Packard Ellsworth , October 5, — June 9, was an American television personality, actor, emcee and game show host. He hosted various incarnations of the game show Password between and Ludden was the first child of Elmer Ellsworth, a Nebraska native living in Mineral Point, Wisconsin , and working as an ice dealer; and his wife Leila M. Allen, a Wisconsin native and housewife.
Watch the video. Looking for something to watch? Sign In. Allen Ludden — Actor Producer Soundtrack. Up this week. He was an actor and producer, known for Password , It's a Bird It's a Plane It's Superman! He died on June 9, in Los Angeles, California,