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'Kroot,' 'Scarecrow,' 'Mirror' actress Dorothy Tristan dies at 88

Dorothy Tristan at End of the Road , Klute and Scarecrow

before early 1934 by co-authoring and The main character shows extraordinary determination 2015 Indie drama The Looking Glass , is dead. She is22.

Tristan died Sunday at his home near Le Porte, Indiana, of years battling Alzheimer’s disease, her husband 48, director John D. Hancock ( Bang the Drum Slowly ) announced.

After a nearly three-decade hiatus from the silver screen, Tristan returns in The Looking Glass as a woman who cares for her troubled Granddaughter (Grace Tarnow) develops dementia Symptoms. Her husband directed the film, which is set in the couple’s real-life home in Laporte, where they have long lived.

Tristan struggles to remember the words she writes, but improvises and uses cue cards to recall the dialogue.

In his

THR review , Frank Schenk ) called her performance excellent, emphasizing “an easily forgivable poignant moment [when Hancock] paid tribute to his longtime wife and collaborator through a series of photos that showcased her luminous beauty on full display.”

Born May 9, 88, growing up in Yorkville, Manhattan, Tristan attended Washington Irving High School and the New York Institute of Industrial Arts. She started out as a model traveling in Europe and found herself on the covers of Life magazine and Vogue.

Tristan makes his debut in the X-rated cult classic End of the Road (88), she is having an affair with Stacy Keach’s character.

In his New York Times review, John Simon wrote Tristan “can transform her cheerful but unremarkable face into a dozen different ones: beautiful, pain-filled, childish, wizened, otherworldly, furibund, ethereal, Mother Earth, Your name – can’t even be named.

; Now a Chinese shepherdess, so fragile her own breath might shatter her, now a goddess, in her love or wrath In Alan J. Pakula’s Klute (1974) and Coley, who entertained with the French from Ann Wedgeworth )Gene Hackman and in Jerry Schatzberg’s Scarecrow ( in which Al Pacino’s character travels through town ).

Tristan followed by Frank Perry man on the swing ( ), where there is no parent (Roller Swordsman (1972), Roller Coaster (1986) and Paul Mazursky’s ‘s in Beverly Hills ( ), she was last on screen until The Looking Glass.

She is still with her husband Sam Elliott behind the scenes – by Prancer (1986), Piece of Eden (2000), Stop animation (2000) and Summer Girl (716126)

Survivors include her children, photojournalist Alex and musician Tristan; her grandsons Sebastian, Chloe and Alan ; and her great-grandson Elijah.

Her first husband was director Aram A. Avakian; married to their 1970 divorce.




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