So incredibly sad.
Actress Elizabeth Wilson, known for her work both on stage and screen, has died.
Elizabeth was recognized for her roles in movies like The Graduate and 9 to 5, but got her start back on Broadway in the 1950s. Her career spanned almost 70 years, and earned her a Tony Award for the 1972 drama Sticks and Bones.
The actress passed away in New Haven, CT Saturday at the age of 94. She leaves behind a sister, Mary Muir Wilson, who she had been living with.
Elizabeth was nominated for multiple Tonys during her time in the industry, but she also received an Emmy nod for her work in the NBC miniseries Nutcracker: Money, Madness and Murder.
Check out Elizabeth in this scene from The Graduate (below). R.I.P.
[Image via Joseph Marzullo/WENN.]