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Dorothy Loudon Foundation


Last profile update: 01/25/2018
Last grant data update: 05/17/2018

At A Glance

Dorothy Loudon Foundation

119 W. 57th St.

New York City, NY United States 10019-2401


Type of Grantmaker

Independent foundation

Additional Descriptor






Established in 2004 in NY - Founded in the name of the late Dorothy Loudon, who was a Tony Award winning actress, best known for her portrayal of Miss Hannigan in the original 1977 Broadway production of "Annie." Some of her other work on Broadway includes succeeding the role of Mrs. Lovett from Angela Lansbury in the 1979 production of "Sweeney Todd," playing opposite Katharine Hepburn in "The West Side Waltz," portraying Dotty Otley in the original 1983 production of "Noises Off," and starring in "Jerry's Girls" a musical revue based on the songs of composer and lyricist Jerry Herman. Ms. Loudon was also seen on Broadway in the lead role in "Ballroom" (a musical adaptation of the 1975 television movie "Queen of the Stardust Ballroom"), a 1973 revival of "The Women," and "Three Men on a Horse," among many other stage credits. Some of Ms. Loudon's screen credits include roles in the television shows "The Garry Moore Show," "Magnum, P.I.," "Murder, She Wrote," and televised tributes to various Broadway showstoppers. Some of Loudon's film credits include roles in "Garbo Talks," and "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil."