Donna Douglas (born Doris Smith; September 26, 1933 – January 1, 2015) was an American actress, best known for her role as Elly May Clampett in the CBS series The Beverly Hillbillies (1962–1971). Wikipedia
Age: 81 (age at death)
Born: 26th September, 1933, Pride, Louisiana, USA
Died: 1st January, 2015, Zachary, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, USA
Height: Height Unknown
Claim to Fame: Beverly Hillbillies
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The Beverly Hillbillies star Donna Douglas has died at 81. The actress, who played buxom toyboy Elly May Clampett on the beloved 1960s TV series, passed away Thursday at her home in Louisiana, her granddaughter confirmed to TMZ. She was surrounded by her friends and family. The cause of death was pancreatic cancer. Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 4 weeks ago
Donna Douglas 'Beverly Hillbillies' Star Dead at 81
1/2/2015 10:36 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF
Donna Douglas -- who famously portrayed Elly May Clampett on the legendary 60s TV series "The Beverly Hillbillies" -- passed away Thursday at her home in Louisiana with friends and family by her side.
Douglas' granddaughter confirmed the death to TMZ.
Donna starred on "The Beverly Hillbillies" for all nine seasons and even returned for the 1981 reunion TV movie.
Douglas also appeared in several other iconic TV series, including "Mister... Read More
Posted by eviltwins 4 weeks ago
Spent hours autographing photos and personally responding to fan mail - even though she received far more than anyone else in the cast of "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1962).
During the filming of "Beverly Hillbillies" she and Irene Ryan put on a huge Christmas party for all the staff and their families involved with the show.
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I speak for a lot of church groups, youth groups, schools, colleges and do personal appearances. I`ve done conventions and trade shows. A lot of different little hats.
Back then, it was more or less we couldn`t change a line in our script. We weren`t allowed to change lines. Today, actors change everything and won`t do parts. It`s very different today. Back then, the producers were in charge. Today actors are more in charge.