Nashville - Oscar-winning actress and comedienne, Cloris Leachman, died on Tuesday, January 26 at the age of 94. Leachman received more than 20 Emmy nominations and nine wins, more than any other television performer in history. WHEN WE LAST SPOKE was her last feature film to debut in theaters nationwide.
"We were honored to have Cloris as part of our ensemble cast for When We Last Spoke," says Producer, Rick Eldridge. "She would always light up the room. I have never seen so many smiles on the faces of cast and crew than when on set with Cloris." ReelWorks
Leachman's vibrant personality and spunky flair were on full display as Mother Cranbourne (Itasca) in this endearing scene from WHEN WE LAST SPOKE. vimeo.com/505453443/5d5bbe090a The entire cast and crew admired her and appreciated the joy she brought to her work.
"It was an honor and dream to just watch her work. She was just living through her character. A wonderful lesson for all actors. There was always laughter and joy when she was present," says Actress, Darby Camp in an Instagram post. "Thank you Ms. Leachman for investing in me and sharing your gift with all of us for so many years."
Learn more about Leachman's role and this heartwarming tale of family, friendship, and forgiveness at whenwelastspoke.com.