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7 Facts About 'The Nanny' That Even Your Ma Doesn't Know

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4. Daniel Davis's accent was so good it fooled the casting directors

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Davis said that, "at the audition I pulled out English Accent No. 2, and they bought it! We had finished the pilot before I told anyone I wasn’t British."

5. The actress who played Gracie hated being on the show

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In an interview, Madeline Zima said, "it wasn’t a fun experience. They treated me more like a prop than like a human being.”

6. Drescher got the meeting about the show after meeting a network executive on a plane

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She was seated next to a CBS executive so she got herself hyped up to pitch the show. They were intrigued and agreed to have a meeting with her to discuss the idea further.

7. The actresses who played Sylvia and Yetta had an age difference of five years

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Even though Yetta was supposed to play Sylvia's mom, Ann Morgan Guillbert is only five year's older than Renée Taylor.

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