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Frances Fisher (born 11 May, 1952 in Milford on Sea, Hampshire, England) is an English/American actress resident in the United States.
She first made a name for herself playing Deborah Saxon on the soap opera ''The Edge of Night'' from 1976 to 1981. Her acting career went into a decline in the 1980s and stayed that way until she was cast as Lucille Ball in the television movie ''Lucy & Desi: Before the Laughter'', which aired to strong ratings and good reviews in 1991.
She has played numerous roles on American television, including parts in the series ''Strange Luck'', ''Becker'', and ''Titus''. She also played a key role in the recent television drama ''The Lyon's Den''.
Her most famous role, however, has been that of society matron Ruth DeWitt Bukater, the mother of Rose DeWitt Bukater (played by Kate Winslet), in the 1997 movie blockbuster ''Titanic''.
Fisher was involved with actor Clint Eastwood and gave birth to their child, Francesca Fisher-Eastwood|Francesca Ruth, in 1993.