Brenda Vaccaro

Brenda Vaccaro
Name : Brenda Vaccaro
Birth Date : 18 November 1939
Birth Place : Brooklyn, New York, United States
Nationality : NA
Height : NA
Occupation : Actress

Brenda Buell Vaccaro is an American stage, television, and film actress. In a career spanning over half a century, she received one Academy Award nomination, three Golden Globe Award nominations, four Primetime Emmy Award nominations, and three Tony Award nominations.


Brenda Vaccaro Movies and TV Shows

  • 30-Love [1 December 1977]

    Nestor the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey is a 1977 Christmas stop motion animated television special produced by Rankin/Bass Productions. It originally premiered on ABC on December 3, 1977. The story is based on the 1975 song of the same name, written by Gene Autry, Don Pfrimmer and Dave Burgess.

  • A Long Way Home [16 May 1992]

  • Accidental Studio, An [Appointment in Palermo, The Third Choice, Lola in Lipstick]

    Glenn Howard's research girl has wild, romantic daydreams about him as they try to locate an eccentric industrialist.

  • Airport '77 [11 March 1977 (USA)]

    The story about the mid-air hijack of a multi-millionaire's private 747 carrying a collection of priceless works of art. The terrified pilot is forced by the hijackers to fly low to avoid radar detection and, as a result, the plane hits an oil rig and crashes into the sea. As the stricken airliner sinks, its passengers and crew are faced with a nightmare fight for survival.… MORE

  • Boynton Beach Club [21 October 2005]

    Residents of an adult community in Florida turn to one another for support and companionship after the deaths of their spouses. Lois (Dyan Cannon) has a rejuvenating affair with a younger man (Michael Nouri) while acting as best friend to recently widowed Marilyn (Brenda Vaccaro). Jack (Len Cariou) buddies up with Harry (Joseph Bologna) for a crash course in solo survival skills and deals with single gal Sandy's (Sally Kellerman) romantic overtures.… MORE

  • Capricorn One [17 December 1977 (Japan)]

    Three astronauts (James Brolin, Sam Waterston, O.J. Simpson) are about to launch into space on the first mission to Mars. But when a mechanical failure surfaces that would kill the three men, NASA removes them from the Capricorn One capsule. To prevent a public outcry, NASA launches the capsule unmanned and requires the astronauts to film fake mission footage in a studio. However, the plan is compromised when an ambitious journalist (Elliott Gould) discovers the conspiracy.… MORE

  • Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure [18 March 2003]

    Wilbur the pig knows how important friendship is, he learned that from a spider named Charlotte. So when Wilbur meets Cardigan, a lonely lamb, Wilbur immediately makes him his friend.

  • Columbo: Murder in Malibu [29 April 2019 (United Kingdom)]

    Charts the early years of HandMade Films as seen through the eyes of the filmmakers, key personnel, and the man who started it all: former Beatle George Harrison.

  • Cookie [28 February 2020]

  • Death Weekend [17 September 1976 (Canada)]

    A warped man (Don Stroud) and his buddies terrorize a woman (Brenda Vaccaro) and her doctor boyfriend (Chuck Shamata) at a lake house.

  • Deceptions [27 May 1985]

    A bored U.S. housewife (Stefanie Powers) trades places in London with her jet-set twin, and one of them winds up dead.

  • Fast Charlie... the Moonbeam Rider [2 August 1989 (France)]

    Dino, a gangster, gets released after spending 13 years in prison. However, he faces various setbacks when he tries to get in touch with his illegitimate daughter Cookie.

  • Following Her Heart [Catlin Adams]

    A woman (Valerie Harper) retaliates after her husband (Elliott Gould) of 25 years turns 50 and leaves her for a younger woman.

  • Going Home [1 December 1971]

    After doing 13 years in prison for the murder of his wife, mechanic Harry Graham (Robert Mitchum) is out on parole and looking to rebuild his life in a small seaside community. He settles into a trailer park and finds both a job and a girlfriend (Brenda Vaccaro). But things get difficult for Harry when his estranged son, Jimmy (Jan-Michael Vincent), shows up. He witnessed his mother's murder as a child and, after years spent in foster homes, has come looking for revenge.… MORE

  • Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones [15 April 1980]

    Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones, also called The Mad Messiah, is a 1980 television miniseries about the Peoples Temple led by Jim Jones, and their 1978 mass suicide at Jonestown.

  • Heart of Midnight [10 November 1988]

    Carol inherits a night club from her uncle. She moves in, only to discover frightening secrets about their past relationship and her surroundings begin to seem menacing. Will she regain her sanity?

  • Honor Thy Father [9 November 1973 (USA)]

    A terminally ill young woman (Cristina Raines) prepares a special legacy for her folk-musician mate (Cliff De Young) and child.

  • I Love My Wife [28 September 2017]

    When his wife dies giving birth to their child, a man starts playing tennis in an effort to hold on to her memory.

  • Just a Walk in the Park [11 March 1971]

    A small-town district attorney (Vic Morrow) finds first-degree murder behind a temporary-insanity plea.

  • Just Desserts [15 April 1980]

    Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones, also called The Mad Messiah, is a 1980 television miniseries about the Peoples Temple led by Jim Jones, and their 1978 mass suicide at Jonestown.

  • Just Let Go [27 May 1985]

    A bored U.S. housewife (Stefanie Powers) trades places in London with her jet-set twin, and one of them winds up dead.

  • Kubo and the Two Strings [8 July 2016 (Nigeria, Russia)]

    Kubo, a young boy, along with Monkey and Beetle, must find and wear his father's legendary suit of armour in order to defeat an evil spirit.

  • Lethal Games [Robert Markowitz]

    As children, Donald Branch Booth (Timothy Hutton), his sister (Lauren Peterson) and his brother (Paul Regina) are abandoned by their parents and sent to live in foster homes. All three are sent to different homes, and they become estranged from one another. Now, as a young man, Donald wants to find his brother and sister. An obstacle course of bureaucratic red tape stands in his way, but Donald is helped by Lillian (Brenda Vaccaro), a sympathetic social worker.… MORE

  • Love Affair [16 March 1939 (USA)]

    Love Affair is a 1939 American romantic film starring Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer and featuring Maria Ouspenskaya. It was directed by Leo McCarey and written by Delmer Daves and Donald Ogden Stewart, based on a story by McCarey and Mildred Cram.

  • Masque of the Red Death [5 March 1995]

  • Midnight Cowboy [25 May 1969 (New York)]

    Joe, a newbie, struggles to survive on the streets of New York City, along with the resilient outcast Ratso Rizzo. Gradually, the unusual pair evolves from devious business partners to best friends.

  • Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey [18 December 1971]

    Kidnappers force a Bronx woman to impersonate a socialite in order to bilk a senile old man out of a fortune.

  • Once Is Not Enough [20 June 1975 (USA)]

    Has-been producer Mike Wayne (Kirk Douglas) marries rich closeted lesbian Deirdre Granger (Alexis Smith) in an attempt to regain his financial footing. When his daughter, January (Deborah Raffin), returns home after recuperating from a motorcycle accident, she resents the new woman in her father's life, doubting that there is any real love in the marriage. She then takes up with Tom Colt (David Janssen), a famous but alcoholic writer who is close in age to her father.… MORE

  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood [24 July 2019 (Taiwan)]

    Rick, a washed-out actor, and Cliff, his stunt double, struggle to recapture fame and success in 1960s Los Angeles. Meanwhile, living next door to Rick is Sharon Tate and her husband Roman Polanski.

  • Red Shoe Diaries: The Movie: Special Edition [Dean Hargrove]

    When a millionaire's wife is kidnapped, a con man plans to recover the ransom money. Pilot for the "McCoy" TV series.

  • Sonny [18 March 2003]

    Wilbur the pig knows how important friendship is, he learned that from a spider named Charlotte. So when Wilbur meets Cardigan, a lonely lamb, Wilbur immediately makes him his friend.

  • Stolen: One Husband [Walter Grauman]

    Dishevelled detective Lt Columbo investigates the murder of a famous romantic novelist, shot dead in the course of what looks like a robbery. However, the detective's beady eye soon focuses on the writer's former lover, who appears to have designs on her sister.

  • Summertree [1971]

    A guitar-player (Michael Douglas) faces his father (Jack Warden), mother and lover (Brenda Vaccaro), and a call to Vietnam.

  • Sunshine [17 December 1999 (Canada)]

    The story of three generations of the Sonnenscheins, a Jewish-Hungarian family that began when Hungary was ruled by the Austro-Hungarian empire, changed their name to Sors in order to survive the years of Nazi occupation, and now faces the fallout of the postwar Communist legacy.

  • Supergirl [3 March 1981 (USA)]

    An illiterate Kentucky widower (Johnny Cash) moves to Cincinnati, where his boss's (Eli Wallach) daughter (Brenda Vaccaro) becomes his teacher.

  • Ten Little Indians [1 May 1979]

    A World War I veteran and his female companion try to win the first transcontinental motorcycle race on a classic bike.

  • The Clapper [26 January 2018 (USA)]

    Eddie Krumble works as a paid audience member for infomercials and experiences a whirlwind of overnight fame after a late-night talk show host publicizes his frequent infomercial appearances.

  • The First Deadly Sin [3 October 1980 (USA)]

    Detective Edward Delaney takes up the last case of his career, which involves a series of brutal murders. As he is about to get closer to the killer, his wife gets diagnosed with a serious illness.

  • The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones [2 February 1998]

    While working on a case, a private investigator uncovers clues that her own husband is being unfaithful to her. Based on a true story.

  • The Mirror Has Two Faces []

  • The Pride of Jesse Hallam [8 February 2004 (USA)]

    With his family's Bronx bakery skating toward bankruptcy, baker Marco Poloni (Costas Mandylor) tries to prevent his Uncle Fab (David Proval) from selling the property. Marco teams up with the restaurant's pastry chef, Grace Carpenter (Lauren Holly), to enter a dessert competition with a $250,000 grand prize, hoping to split the earnings to save his bakery and give her money for her own restaurant. Initially at odds, the professional partners soon begin to develop feelings for each other.… MORE

  • Travis Logan, D.A. [September 1989]

    Prince Prospero invites friends to join him and a bevy of beautiful peasants in a castle fortified against the plague.

  • What's a Nice Girl Like You...? [John Bowen]

    Citizens fight back when a criminal mob hires thugs to subdue its small urban community.

  • When Husbands Cheat [1973]

    In 1964 members of the Bonanno crime family clash after boss Joseph Bonanno (Raf Vallone) is mysteriously kidnapped from the streets of New York City. As Joseph's son Salvatore (Joseph Bologna) takes leadership of the family business, rival Mafiosi wage a bloody war to maintain their share of the powerful crime syndicate. With battle lines drawn and the struggle for power intensifying, Salvatore and his family face ever-increasing threat from former friends and allies.… MORE

  • Where It's At [7 May 1969]

    A Las Vegas casino owner (David Janssen) clashes with his Ivy League son (Robert Drivas) while trying to teach him the business.

  • You Don't Know Jack [14 April 2010 (New York)]

    Dr Jack Kevorkian pioneers physician-assisted suicide and introduces the idea to the public. His family supports his ideology but faces stiff opposition from outside.

  • Zorro, The Gay Blade [17 July 1981]

    Zorro, the legendary swordsman, has passed on his weapon and his sense of duty to his noble son, Diego (George Hamilton), a dashing swashbuckler like his father. But after an injury sidelines Diego, he is forced to hand the mask over to his flamboyantly gay twin, Ramon (also Hamilton), who prefers to be called Bunny Wigglesworth. While Ramon agrees to take on the guise of Zorro, he decides to add his own flair, with garishly glittering costumes -- and a whip in place of the iconic sword.… MORE

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QA About Brenda Vaccaro

What is birthdate of Brenda Vaccaro?

- 18 November 1939.

What is BirthPlace of Brenda Vaccaro?

- Brooklyn, New York, United States.

What is Nationality of Brenda Vaccaro?

- NA.

What is Height of Brenda Vaccaro?

- NA.

What is Age of Brenda Vaccaro?

- 81.

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