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|Born:||June 2, 1937||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Long Beach, California, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Made film debut in a small role in "Reform School Girl"
Appeared in pre-Broadway tryout of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" starring Mary Tyler Moore and Richard Chamberlain
Acted in "The Boston Strangler"
Had featured role in "Brewster McCloud", directed by Robert Altman
Breakthrough screen role, Hot Lips Houlihan in "M*A*S*H*", directed by Altman; received Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination
Screen singing debut in musical version of "Lost Horizon"
Co-starred in "Welcome to L.A.", helmed by Altman protege Alan Rudolph
Played supporting role in the acclaimed PBS production "Verna: USO Girl"
Acted in the NBC miniseries "Centennial"
Had featured role in "A Little Romance"
Co-starred in "Foxes"
Appeared in the CBS biopic "Dempsey", starring Treat Williams
Portrayed a judge in the broad comedy "Moving Violations"
Acted opposite Rodney Dangerfield in "Back to School"
Appeared in the comedy feature "You Can't Hurry Love"
With Rick Moranis, played the title roles in the live-action feature "Boris and Natasha", based on characters featured in the Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoons; film was delayed in release and eventually aired on Showtime in 1992
Made cameo appearance as herself in "The Player", directed by Altman
Reteamed with Altman for "Ready to Wear (Pret a Porter)"
Made appearance in "It's My Party"
Debut as producer, the feature "The Lay of the Land"; also co-starred and sang
Starred in the Showtime movie "Bar Hopping" with Kelly Preston, Scott Baio and Tom Arnold (filmed in 1998; scheduled to run during the 2000-2001 TV season)
Headlined the one-woman show "Hot Lips"
Appeared in singing engagement at the NYC nightclub Feinstein's
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