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Born: June 8, 1950 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Midland, Texas, USA Profession: Cast ...
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2000:
Had featured role in the Sundance-screened episodic film "Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her"; aired on Showtime in 2001
1983:
Made Off-Broadway debut reprising role in "Fool For Love"
2012:
Acted alongside Drew Barrymore in "Big Miracle," a drama centered on a campaign to save a family of gray whales trapped by rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle
2015:
Appeared in the period film "The Age of Adaline "
2016:
Appeared on a number of episodes of the series "Colony"
1994:
Featured in the independent drama "Lush Life" (Showtime)
1992:
First role as a TV series regular, "Picket Fences" (CBS); won three Emmy Awards playing the wife of the town sheriff in this quirky drama-comedy created by David E. Kelley
1990:
Had a memorable featured role as a flirty neighbor smitten with Johnny Depp in "Edward Scissorhands"
2001:
Received sixth career Emmy nomination for guest role of a controling mother on Fox's "Boston Public," created by David E. Kelley; joined cast as series regular during the 2001-02 season
2007:
Cast in the feature adatation of "The Jane Austen Book Club," as Bernadette a 67-years-young yoga enthusiast
2001:
Co-starred in the thriller "The Glass House"
1988:
Co-starred with Michael Keaton as a recovering drug addict in "Clean and Sober"
1990:
Featured in the HBO original film "The Image"
1999:
Had featured role as one of the nurses at the orphanage in Lasse Hallstrom's adaptation "The Cider House Rules"
1988:
Played the mother of a suicidal teen in the moving drama "Permanent Record"
1999:
Reteamed with director Michael Pressman as a single-minded social worker in the holiday drama "A Season for Miracles" (CBS)
1998:
Starred as a survivor of the Oklahoma City bombing who struggles to deal with her life after the tragedy in Lifetime's "Oklahoma City: A Survivor's Story"
2000:
Starred as a woman who employs a magic ring to make her ordinary life spectacular in the Showtime original children's movie "Ratz"
1992:
Was a supporting player in the comedy "Article 99" and the thriller "Jennifer 8"
2002:
Acted opposite Robert Duvall in "Assassination Tango"
2005:
Cast in the ensemble "Nine Lives"; Rodrigo GarcĂ­a directs a series of vignettes, offering glimpses into the lives of nine women
1987:
Co-starred as a doomed prostitute in the feature "Street Smart"
2000:
Earned an Emmy nomination for a guest appearance on "Touched By an Angel" (CBS)
1997:
Featured on the ABC anthology series "Gun"
1997:
Featured in the HBO original TV-movie "Weapons of Mass Distraction"
1983:
Film acting debut in "The Right Stuff", starring Shepard and Harris
2002:
Played Gladys in the made for television movie "Door to Door"; received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a TV-movie
1993:
Reteamed with De Niro in "Mad Dog and Glory"
1977:
Returned to California
1997:
Starred in the fact-based TV-movie "Not in This Town" (USA Network) as a community activist working to lessen the influence of white supremecists
1991:
Starred in the NBC TV-movie "One Special Victory"
1970:
Successfully auditioned for the CalArts acting program; attended for one year and subsequently dropped out
1987:
Guest starred on episodes of "Amazing Stories" (NBC) and "Mariah" (ABC)
1998:
Had a recurring role on "The Practice" (ABC) as a woman accused of murdering a baby
1986:
Had early television credit as co-star in the fact-based TV-movie "Nobody's Child" (CBS)
1975:
Moved to Paris to study cooking at Le Cordon Bleu
1996:
Played the sister-in-law of a man mourning his wife's death in "To Gillian on her 37th Birthday"
2008:
Co-starred with Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson in "Last Chance Harvey"
2005:
Joined the cast of supernatural drama series "Medium" (NBC, CBS) in the recurring role of Marjorie Dubois
2011:
Cast in the action drama feature "Machine Gun Preacher," starring Gerard Butler
2004:
Played Jennifer Garner's mother in the coming-of-age romantic comedy "13 Going on 30"
2011:
Cast in the drama "Take Shelter" opposite Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain
1986:
First feature leading role, "My Sister's Keeper"
1997:
Played a widowed mother of two sons in the period drama "Inventing the Abbotts"
1989:
Starred with Robert De Niro as a spinster schoolteacher who puts her life on hold to watch over her troubled brother (Ed Harris) in the drama feature "Jacknife"
2003:
Featured in "Cold Mountain," which starred Nicole Kidman and Jude Law

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