Husky-voiced British singer/actress Georgia Brown achieved stage stardom during the 1956-1957 theatrical season, when she appeared as Polly Peachum in both the London and New York productions of The Threepenny Opera. In 1961, Brown took Broadway by storm as the original Nancy Sykes in Oliver!. Her later stage triumphs included Side by Side With Sondheim and the mid-'80s revival of Threepenny Opera, in which she co-starred with rock artist Sting. On TV from 1951 and in films since 1965, she had the distinction of appearing in two well-received Sherlock Holmes pictures: in 1965's A Study in Terror, she had a cameo as a saloon singer, while in 1977's The Seven-Percent Solution, she played Mrs. Sigmund Freud. When not on stage or screen, Brown pursued a singing career in choice big-city night spots, notably New York's Blue Angel. Shortly before her death in 1992, Georgia Brown provided voices for the animated TV series Rick Moranis in Gravedale High (1990) and Fish Police (1992).