Elsa Raven has died.

Elsa Raven

Elsa Raven

The veteran actress - who was best known for her role as the 'Save the Clock Tower' lady in 'Back to the Future' - passed away at her Los Angeles home on Tuesday (04.11.20) at the age of 91, her agent, David Schaul, has confirmed.

Elsa was born Elsa Rabinowitz in September 1929 and began her career on stage before landing her first role in 1970's 'The Honeymoon Killers'.

She then landed a number of other movie jobs, including as the realtor who sold the house in 'The Amityville Horror', John Malkovich's landlady in 'In the Line of Fire', a mother who lost her son in 'Fearless', and Gertrude Stein in 'The Moderns'.

While many of her scenes as Ida Strauss in 'Titanic' were cut, she can be seen in the music video for the movie's theme, Celine Dion's 'My Heart Will Go On' as half of an older couple in the stateroom.

And that's not all as Elsa also made regular TV appearances, including as Tugboat Tessie on 'General Hospital', Inga the Swedish maid on 'Amen', Vinnie Terranova’s mother Carlotta on 'Wiseguy' and Lucille on 'Days of Our Lives'.

Her final film role came almost 10 years ago, when she played a character named Mrs. Harrison in 'Answers to Nothing'.

Elsa - who was a "proud" voting member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences - is survived by her sister-in-law, Lynne Rabinowitz, and 15 nieces and nephews.

No dates or arrangements for a memorial service have yet been announced by her representative.