Elsa Raven, Of ‘Titanic’ And ‘Back To The Future,’ Dies At 91

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Actress Elsa Raven, known for her role in classic hit movies like “Titanic” has died.

Raven’s agent David Shaul confirmed the actress died Tuesday at her home in Los Angeles, according to Deadline.

Raven was most known for her roles in “Titanic” and “Back To The Future.” (RELATED: Regis Philbin’s Cause Of Death Revealed)

Raven played Ida Straus in the “Titanic,” but most of her scenes were cut from the movie, Deadline reported. The actress was cast in Celine Dion’s music video for “My Heart Will Go On,” according to the outlet. In “Back To The Future” she starred as the “Save The Clock Tower” lady.

She was born on Sept. 21, 1929 in Charleston. Raven began her acting career doing theater in New York City. The actress helped bring the Free Shakespeare Festival to Central Park by working alongside Joseph Papp. (RELATED: REPORT: New Docuseries Claims There Might Be New Evidence In Marilyn Monroe’s Death)

Raven also grabbed roles in “The Amityville Horror,” “In The Line Of Fire,” “The Moderns,”  “The Postman Always Rings Twice,” “The Cutter” and “Fearless.”

Raven also starred in TV shows including “Amen,” “Wiseguy,” “Days Of Our Lives,” “The Fresh Prince Of Belair,” “Seinfeld,” “Everybody Loves Raymond” and “General Hospital.”