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Born: August 12, 1941 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Atlanta, Georgia, USA Profession: Cast ...
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2006:
Cast in the Broadway revival of "Butley" opposite Nathan Lane; earned a Tony award nomination
1999:
Reunited with Rosemary Harris in the stage play "Waiting in the Wings"
1991:
Starred opposite John Mahoney in the first NYC stage revival of "The Subject Was Roses"
1982:
TV debut in a miniseries, "Little Gloria...Happy at Last"
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Appeared in regional theaters in US and Canada
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Began career with Front Street Theatre in Memphis, Tennessee
1985:
Co-starred with Rosemary Harris in the Broadway drama "Pack of Lies"
1989:
Debut in a TV-movie, "Die Laughing"
1982:
Made Broadway debut in "Present Laughter"
1978:
Made TV debut on the CBS soap opera "Search for Tomorrow"
1992:
Offered an affecting turn as an abusive adoptive parent in the NBC TV-movie "A Child Lost Forever"
1987:
Originated role of Daisy Werthan in stage play, "Driving Miss Daisy"
1993:
Played the Widow Douglas in "The Adventures of Huck Finn"
1998:
Teamed with Roger Rees in the stage comedy "The Uneasy Chair"
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Worked as disc jockey at WGKA-AM in Atlanta, Georgia
1994:
Acted in the Off-Broadway play "Kindertransport"
1986:
Debut as regular on TV sitcom, "Easy Street"
1991:
Had featured role as Margaret, the love interest to Cousin It, in "The Addams Family"
1996:
Played the prudish wife of a politician in Christopher Durang's comedy "Sex and Longing"
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Served as Director of Drama Tech at Georgia Institute of Technology
1997:
Starred in Alfred Uhry's award-winning Broadway play "The Last Night of Ballyhoo"
2004:
Starred in the Broadway revival of "The Rivals"; earned a Tony nomination for her role
1995:
Succeeded Eileen Atkins in the role of Leonie in "Indiscretions"
1995:
Appeared as Harrison Ford's secretary in the remake of "Sabrina"
1998:
Cast as Ashley Judd's mother in "Simon Birch"
2003:
Cast in "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde" as Congresswoman Libby Hauser
1984:
Earned another Tony Award nomination as featured actress in a musical for "Sunday in the Park with George"
1982:
Earned plaudits for her stage work in "Quartermain's Terms"
1985:
Essayed the role of the Countess in the play "The Marriage of Figaro"
1985:
Feature debut, "Explorers"
1983:
First stage role in Shaw's "Heartbreak House"; earned first Tony nomination as featured actress in a play
1977:
Moved to New York City
1993:
Reprised role of Margaret in the sequel "Addams Family Values"
2003:
Starred in the award winning play "A Day in the Death of Joe Egg"

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