Back to the Future and Titanic actress Elsa Raven dead at 91
BACK to the Future star Elsa Raven died on Tuesday at the age of 91 at her Los Angeles home.
The character actress, whose given name was Elsa Rabinowitz, began her onscreen acting career in the 1960s with small roles on television.
Elsa’s agent, David Shaul, confirmed her death, according to Deadline, and memorial plans for the late actress have not yet been announced.
One of her most memorable moments arrived in 1985 with the original Back to the Future, in which she held the small role of Clocktower Lady.
She shouted “Save the clock tower!” while trying to collect donations from locals and disrupted a private moment between Michael J. Fox’s Marty McFly and Claudia Wells’ Jennifer Parker.
Elsa's survived by 15 nieces and nephews.
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