In 1970, Stritch starred in Stephen Sondheim's "Company," in which she memorably belted "Ladies Who Lunch," the tune that became her signature. In 1972, she moved to London for 10 years, where she was the toast of the West End stage as well as a familiar face on such BBC hits as Roald Dahl's "Tales of the Unexpected" and "Jackanory."
In 2002, she won every major New York theater award for her one-woman show "Elaine Stritch at Liberty." Her screen credits include Small Time Crooks and Monster-in-Law, while her guest appearances on "Law & Order" and "30 Rock" earned her Emmys.
When an army of zombies invades a small town, it's up to an odd local boy with a knack for communicating with the dead to save the day. But judgmental adults prove to be even more formidable adversaries.