Beverly Polcyn was an American actress. She appeared in "Mama's Girls", a 1988 episode of the TV series Mama's Family, as one of senior tap dancing ladies. Poclyn's first film appearance was in the 1991 horror movie Speak of the Devil where she played Ettie Glittens. She is mainly recognized for her appearance in Not Another Teen Movie, which resulted in a 2002 MTV Movie Awards "Best Kiss" nomination, along with Mia Kirshner. Additional roles include Date Movie where she plays the Old Cat Woman. In 2006, Polcyn appeared in an episode of Scrubs playing the part of a dyslexic woman.
|Born:||13 September 1927, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Died:||18 August 2018 (age 90), Winnetka, California, U.S.|
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About Beverly Polcyn
Played the role of Ettie Glittens in the horror film Speak of the Devil alongside Jean Carol. Also appeared in favorites, Hook and Not Another Teen Movie.
She first appeared on the TV series Mama's Family in 1988.
She gained recognition for kissing Mia Kirshner in the film Not Another Teen Movie.
She was born in Los Angeles, and her parents named her Lillian Beverly Zenith.
She portrayed a dyslexic woman on an episode of Scrubs, starring Zach Braff.
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