Eileen Brennan (September 3, 1932 – July 28, 2013) was an American actress of film, television, and theater. Brennan is best known for her role as Doreen Lewis in Private Benjamin for which she received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress.
Mrs. Peacock (Elieen Brennan) from Clue (1985); such a funny, crazy-fun character!
Detail of 'Sinner' (1988), the first work in Hirst's series 'Medicine Cabinets'. He made the work in his second year at Goldsmiths and named it after The Clash track 'The Sound of Sinners' (1980). 'Sinner' is a portrait of his grandmother, Eileen Brennan, taken through the drug packaging left to him, on his request, on her death. (Photo by Prudence Cuming Associates) #medicine #cabinet #sculpture #TheClash
Eileen Brennan (September 3, 1932 – July 28, 2013) was a smokey-voiced actress who had worked in show business for more than 20 years before gaining her widest attention as a gleefully tough Army captain in both the film (1980) and television (1981-83) versions of Private Benjamin. She was forced to leave the TV series when she was hit by a car and critically injured in Venice, CA. Without her, the series ended in 1983. Her mother was silent film star Regina "Jeanne" Menehan.
Stockard Cahnning, Louise Fletcher, Madeline Kahn, Neil Simon, Eileen Brennan, Ann-Margaret, Marsha Mason and Peter Falk - The Cheap Detective (1978) directed by Robert Moore shown clockwise from lower left: Stockard Cahnning, Louise Fletcher, Madeline Kahn, Neil Simon, Eileen Brennan, Ann-Margaret, Marsha Mason center: Peter Falk - United States - Wednesday 26th July 1978