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Rebecca Schull is best recalled for playing the former flight attendant turned ticket counter clerk in the long-running NBC series "Wings" (1990-97). Her success, however, was a long time in coming. A homemaker, she did not study acting until 1974 when her husband's business took the family to Dublin and she enrolled in classes at the Stanislavsky School. Roles with the Dublin Focus Theatre followed. In 1975, the family returned to New York, where Schull began to appear in on and off-Broadway (in such shows as "Herzl" and "Golda") as well as numerous regional productions.

I Can't Remember Anything written by Arthur Miller
Directed Bevya Rosten
Cast - Rebecca Schull, Nesbitt Blaisdell
Venue - Andrew's Lane Theatre (Dublin Fringe '98)

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Rebecca Schull is best recalled for playing the former flight attendant turned ticket counter clerk in the long-running NBC series "Wings" (1990-97). Her success, however, was a long time in coming. A homemaker, she did not study acting until 1974 when her husband's business took the family to Dublin and she enrolled in classes at the Stanislavsky School. Roles with the Dublin Focus Theatre followed. In 1975, the family returned to New York, where Schull began to appear in on and off-Broadway (in such shows as "Herzl" and "Golda") as well as numerous regional productions.

Rebecca Schull (born February 22, 1929) is an American stage, film and television actress, best known for her role as Fay Cochran in the sitcom (1990—1997).