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Born: June 2, 1937 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Long Beach, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1957:
Made film debut in a small role in "Reform School Girl"
1966:
Appeared in pre-Broadway tryout of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" starring Mary Tyler Moore and Richard Chamberlain
1968:
Acted in "The Boston Strangler"
1970:
Had featured role in "Brewster McCloud", directed by Robert Altman
1970:
Breakthrough screen role, Hot Lips Houlihan in "M*A*S*H*", directed by Altman; received Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination
1973:
Screen singing debut in musical version of "Lost Horizon"
1976:
Co-starred in "Welcome to L.A.", helmed by Altman protege Alan Rudolph
1978:
Played supporting role in the acclaimed PBS production "Verna: USO Girl"
1978:
Acted in the NBC miniseries "Centennial"
1979:
Had featured role in "A Little Romance"
1980:
Co-starred in "Foxes"
1983:
Appeared in the CBS biopic "Dempsey", starring Treat Williams
1985:
Portrayed a judge in the broad comedy "Moving Violations"
1986:
Acted opposite Rodney Dangerfield in "Back to School"
1988:
Appeared in the comedy feature "You Can't Hurry Love"
1988:
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
1992:
Made cameo appearance as herself in "The Player", directed by Altman
1994:
Reteamed with Altman for "Ready to Wear (Pret a Porter)"
1996:
Made appearance in "It's My Party"
1997:
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)
2000:
Headlined the one-woman show "Hot Lips"
2001:
Appeared in singing engagement at the NYC nightclub Feinstein's

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