Actress, producer and director Nancy Malone dies at 79
Nancy Malone, who appeared in numerous TV shows in the 1960s and 1970s and then made a successful transition to being a producer and director, died Thursday. She was 79.
The cause was pneumonia that arose from complications of leukemia, said publicist Harlan Boll.
Malone made her debut on Broadway as a teenager and went on to roles in TV shows such as “Naked City,” “Dr. Kildare,” “The Fugitive” and “The Partridge Family.”
As a producer, she won an Emmy for the 1993 “Bob Hope: The First 90 Years” special. Among her directing credits were episodes of “Star Trek: Voyager,” “Dawson’s Creek” and “Judging Amy.”
In the 1970s, Malone helped start the Women in Film networking and support group.
A complete obituary will follow at latimes.com/obits.
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