Ellen Albertini Dow, a lifetime theater actress with a number of memorable TV and film roles, died Monday. She was 101.

Ellen Albertini Dow Dies

Dow’s death was confirmed by her agent Michael Greene to Deadline.

Dow is best known for playing Rosie in The Wedding Singer, Adam Sandler‘s piano teacher who feeds him meatballs and ends up giving an enthusiastic performance of “Rapper’s Delight.” She’s also well-known for playing the foul-mouthed Grandma Mary Cleary in The Wedding Crashers. Her other film roles include Sister Act, 54, Patch Adams and Road Trip.

Back in 1986, when Dow was in her early 70s, she landed her first screen role on TV in The Twilight Zone. She went on to appear in a number of series over the last few decades, including, Newhart, Designing Women, The Golden Girls, Family Matters, Seinfeld, ER, Will & Grace, Maybe It’s Me, Six Feet Under, Shameless and most recently in New Girl as Aunt Ruthie.

“Ellen had a huge heart and loved making everyone laugh and smile,” Greene told Deadline. “We will miss her greatly, and we will always remember her for the laughter she brought us all.”

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