Whatever Happened To: Miyoshi Umeki
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Miyoshi Umeki

Category: Show Biz
Submitted By: stuntpope
Posted Date: July 10, 2006
Last Updated: October 13, 2011
Miyoshi Umeki
Claim to fame: Japanese-born singer/nightclub entertainer came to america in the 1950s. Making her mark in the broadway & film versions of Flower Drum Song and became hollywood's first asian oscar winner (best supporting actress) for 1957s Sayonara. She later became popular with 1970s TV viewers for her role as housekeeper Mrs Livingston in the Courtship of Eddie's Father.
Miyoshi Umeki
Where are they now? After the cancellation of Courtship of Eddie's Father, Miyoshi founded and ran a dance studio in north Hollywood until her retirement in the 1990s. She lives quietly in Missouri (after several years in Hawaii) enjoying her grandchildren.
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suprmimi said:
September 24, 2008 2:34 PM
She passed away. It was in the newspaper sometime ago. I believe it has been in this past year.
mook said:
October 3, 2008 2:12 PM
Sad to report that the star of Sayonara, Flower Drum Song and Courtship of Eddie's Father passed away last year. RIP
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