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Born: August 21, 1956 Cause of Death:
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1980:
Acted in the CBS miniseries "Scruples"; based on Judith Krantz's bestselling novel
1985:
Acted in the drama feature "Turk 182"
1975:
Feature film acting debut in Otto Preminger's "Rosebud" while in final year at Academy of Dramatic Arts
1996:
Featured in the supernatural thriller "Unforgettable"
1980:
First major film acting role (as an adult) in "Tribute"
1995:
Had a supporting role in the TNT presentation of Wendy Wasserstein's popular play "The Heidi Chronicles"
1977:
Made TV-movie acting debut in "Good Against Evil" (ABC)
1980:
Played title role in the syndicated TV-movie "The Gossip Columnist"
2005:
Starred in the romantic dramedy "Ice Princess" playing a coach to an aspiring figure skater (Michelle Trachtenberg)
2005:
Will headline an update of Brian Clark's play "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" at London's Duke of York's Theatre
2002:
Appeared in Alec Baldwin's troubled directorial debut "The Devil and Daniel Webster"
1993:
Co-starred in the short-lived CBS primetime soap "Angel Falls"
1997:
Featured in the NBC miniseries thriller "Robin Cook's 'Invasion'"
1988:
Featured opposite Rob Lowe in the thriller "Masquerade"
1981:
Had a memorable featured role in the teen sex comedy "Porky's"
1986:
Made Broadway debut opposite Ian McKellan in "Wild Honey" a translation of Chekhov's "Ivanov"
1984:
Played a former call girl turned vigilante in the NBC TV-movie "Sins of the Past"
1991:
Played Mr Spock's protegee, Valeris, in "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country"
2008:
Reprised the character of Samantha Jones for "Sex and the City: The Movie"
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Signed to long-term contract with Universal Studios
1990:
Co-starred as Tom Hanks' sophisticated wife in Brian De Palma's disappointing "Bonfire of the Vanities"
1989:
Had a supporting role as a villainess in the uninspired reunion film "The Return of the Musketeers"
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Made professional debut with little theater company in Liverpool
1993:
Played featured role of Paige in the four-part ABC miniseries "Wild Palms"
2010:
Played Pierce Brosnan's personal assistant and mistress in Roman Polanski's "The Ghost Writer"
2010:
Reprised her role of Samantha Jones for "Sex and the City 2"
1979:
Reprised role in the syndicated miniseries sequel "The Rebels"
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Stage debut in production of "The Rocky Horror Show"
1996:
Starred opposite Jeff Fahey in the CBS thriller "Every Woman's Dream"
1986:
Was featured in John Carpenter's adventure "Big Trouble in Little China"
1984:
Was one of the recruits attending "Police Academy"
1998:
Co-starred as sexually liberated PR agent Samantha Jones in the HBO comedy series "Sex and the City"; earned Golden Globe (2000, 2001, 2004), SAG (2002, 2003) and Emmy (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004) nominations
2007:
Co-starred with Alec Baldwin in "Shortcut to Happiness"
1978:
Featured in the syndicated miniseries "The Bastard"
1999:
Had a co-starring role in "Baby Geniuses"
2001:
Made cameo appearance as a hardnosed TV producer in "15 Minutes"
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Performed in repertory theater in Toronto
1995:
Played a woman reliving her youth with a slumber party on the eve of her third marriage in "Live Nude Girls"
1998:
Played a woman under attack by genetically engineered killer sharks in the ABC miniseries "Peter Benchley's 'Creature'"
1987:
Played the title character's animated alter ego in the silly romantic comedy "Mannequin"
2018:
Joined the cast of the CBS All Access thriller series "Tell Me A Story"
2013:
Produced and co-starred in the Canadian comedy series "Sensitive Skin"

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