Oscar-winning 'Cook's Nest' actor Louise Fletcher dies
Louise Fletcher, The Last Star—Benteng, whose appearance is spectacular in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
set a new standard for screen offenders and won an Academy Award, having died at age 88.
Fletcher died in a family sleeping at their home in Montduras, France
His agent, David Shawl, told the Associated Press on Friday. No reason is given.
Fletcher was early in his 40s, after having a career spanning several years to raise his children
were very rare when she was chosen by director Milos Forman because of her role in the 1975 film opposite Jack Nicholson
Robert. Altman "thews as in." At the time, they didn't know that it was rejected by many other big stars, including Anne Bancroft
"I am the last person," he recalled in an interview in 2004.
"It was only when we were halfway through the shoot that I realized that the segment had been introduced to other actresses.