Mitzi McCall

Actor

Mitzi McCall is an actress.

In the early 1950s, then known as Mitzi Steiner, McCall had the Kiddie Castle program on WDTV-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She received national attention in 1952 via an Associated Press story about a five-year-old Pittsburgh girl with a cleft palate who spoke her first words while watching the actress in a pantomime on television. Afterward, doctors "didn't know what to say. They held a special meeting, examined Claire, and told the happy parents that she was cured." In 1953, she was featured on Studio 10, a program on KFSD-TV in San Diego, California.

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Mitzi McCall is an actress.

In the early 1950s, then known as Mitzi Steiner, McCall had the Kiddie Castle program on WDTV-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She received national attention in 1952 via an Associated Press story about a five-year-old Pittsburgh girl with a cleft palate who spoke her first words while watching the actress in a pantomime on television. Afterward, doctors "didn't know what to say. They held a special meeting, examined Claire, and told the happy parents that she was cured." In 1953, she was featured on Studio 10, a program on KFSD-TV in San Diego, California.

McCall also performed in productions at the Pittsburgh Playhouse.

She was a performer on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. McCall was also a series regular on television series such as Life Goes On and Silk Stalkings (where she appeared as the wife of Brill's character), On animated series, she provided the voice of Auntie Marina in Snorks, the voice of Mother Goose in Mother Goose and Grimm, the voice of Sylvia Jenkins in Free for All, and a variety of voices on The Paw Paws. She played Miriam Lerner on Alright Already.

Other credits include guest appearances on The Twilight Zone, Maude, Dharma & Greg, Chuck, as well as voice over work for many cartoons. In 1971, she was the voice of Penny on The Flintstones spin-off The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show. She was a panelist on the game show Match Game during its 1970s revival, and appeared with Charlie Brill on Tattletales.

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