|Born||April 21, 1932|
Elaine May is an American writer who was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 21, 1932. Elaine May's recent TV credits include American Masters and Crisis in Six Scenes. Elaine May's recent filmography includes the movies Small Time Crooks (2000) and Primary Colors (1998). On Spotify, Elaine May has a slightly modest fanbase with only a popularity score of 6 out of 100 and about a hundred followers as of 2018. Her most popular track on Spotify is "Telephone" from the album In Retrospect.
Elaine May TV Shows
|Crisis in Six Scenes|
|Crisis in six scenes (inactive)|
There are about 2 TV shows that have featured Elaine May as of 2018. Some of the most recent Elaine May TV appearances include American Masters, Crisis in Six Scenes, and Crisis in six scenes (inactive). In 2016, Elaine May directed American Masters. Also in 2016, she played Kay Munsinger on Crisis in Six Scenes and she performed on Crisis in six scenes (inactive).
Elaine May Movies
|Small Time Crooks||2000|
|In The Spirit||1990|
As of 2018, Elaine May has contributed to about 12 movies. Some of the most recent Elaine May movies include Small Time Crooks, Primary Colors, and The Birdcage. Small Time Crooks, released in 2000, featured Elaine May as May. Primary Colors was released in 1998. The Birdcage was released in 1996.
Elaine May Popular Songs
A Little More Gauze
Mother And Son
As of 2018, Elaine May has a hundred followers and a popularity score of 6 on Spotify. Examine Doctors and In Retrospect are some of the more popular Elaine May albums. Notable tracks from these albums include A Little More Gauze, Telephone, and Mother And Son. A Little More Gauze is the most popular track from Elaine May, scoring 3 out of 100 on the popularity scale. Telephone and Mother And Son have popularity scores of 2 and 1, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.