Did U Know This Legendary Actress Passed Away Years Ago From THIS?
It doesn’t matter if you grew up in the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, or early 90’s, chances are you know actress, Rosalind Cash, because her career spanned each of those generations. Some of her most memorable roles were in films like Uptown Saturday Night, The Monkey Hustle, The Omega Man, and more; in TV shows like General Hospital, Different World, Barney Miller, Good Times and What’s Happening; and in theatrical plays like Fiorello! and King Lear.
Although many know her work, what many didn’t know (because it wasn’t widely covered in mainstream media) was THIS>>>
ROSALIND CASH'S CANCER & REFUSAL TO BE A STEREOTYPE
The ever-so-talented Rosalind Cash passed away from cancer on October 31, 1995. She was 56 years young, but it was never publicly revealed what type of cancer she succumbed to though. She kind of passed away under the radar, but she laid a ton of groundwork in film, TV, and theater while she was here, so we wanted to pay homage to her legacy.
Cash is best known as an actress, but behind the scenes she was also known as a woman of great integrity, who would not hold her tongue for nobody. She often referred to herself as a "one woman movement." She had a rep for being one of the most outspoken actresses of her era and she always refused to degrade herself on film, television, or in her theatrical performances, and that's why she consciously refused to conform to Hollywood's standards that she deemed as being stereotypical for African Americans. See which female actress she said she NEVER wanted to be like>>>
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