Rosalind Cash, 56, an original member of the Negro...

DEATH ELSEWHERE

November 03, 1995

Rosalind Cash, 56, an original member of the Negro Ensemble Company in New York and one of its most vibrant and versatile actresses, died of cancer Tuesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

Her movies included "Klute," "The Omega Man," "Hickey and Boggs," "The New Centurions," "Uptown Saturday Night" and "Wrong Is Right" (in which she played the first black woman to become vice president of the United States). In 1995, she was in "Tales From the 'Hood."

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