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Elizabeth Ann "Big Momma" Bennett Hollingsworth
Elizabeth Ann Hollingsworth
Character details:
Series appeared on: The Golden Girls
First appearance Mother's Day
(Season 3)
(May 7, 1988)
Last appearance N/A, one-time appearance
Gender: Female
Age: 85-90 (at death)
Born: 1895
Nickname(s): Mama
Big Momma
Big Mommy
Related to: Granddaddy Bennett (Father; deceased)
"Grandmama" Roquet-Bennett (Mother; deceased)
Lynette Roquet (Aunt)
Curtis "Big Daddy" Hollingsworth (Husband; deceased)
Theodore "Tad" Hunter Hollingsworth (Son)
Charmaine Gertrude Hollingsworth (Daughter)
Blanche Elizabeth Marie Devereaux (Daughter)
Janet Devereaux (Granddaughter)
Rebecca Devereaux (Granddaughter)
Biff Devereaux (Grandson)
Douglas "Doug" Devereaux (Grandson)
Matthew "Skippy" Devereaux (Grandson)
Virginia Lena Warren (Daughter)
Lucy Warren (Great-granddaughter)
Clayton "Clay" Louis Hollingsworth (Son)
Walker Roquet (Maternal grandfather)
Rosalyn Feldman-Roquet (Maternal grandmother)
David Devereaux (Great-grandson)
Melissa Devereaux (Great-granddaughter)
Sarah Devereaux (Great-granddaughter)
Lucas Hollingsworth (Brother-in-law)
Dorothy Zbornak-Hollingsworth (Husband's sister in-law)
Episodes appeared in: 1 episode
Portrayed by Helen Kleeb in guest appearance

Elizabeth Ann "Big Momma" Hollingsworth (née Bennett) or otherwise known as Samantha Hollingsworth or Samantha Roquet, is Blanche's late mother, who makes an appearance in the Season 3 episode of The Golden Girls titled "Mother's Day". The part of "Big Momma" is played in the episode by veteran character actress Helen Kleeb.

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Elizabeth Ann was born Elizabeth Ann Bennett, to Granddaddy Bennett and Grandmama Bennett, in 1895 in Augusta or Shreveport.

At one point of her life, she met Curtis "Big Daddy" Hollingsworth, got married, and had five children; Theodore "Tad" Hunter Hollingsworth, Charmaine Gertrude Hollingsworth, Blanche Elizabeth Marie Devereaux, Clayton "Clay" Louis Hollingsworth and Virginia Lena Warren. She suffered from Alzheimer's disease, yet always strived to be the most proper Southern lady.

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