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|Born:||May 23, 1931||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Chicago, Illinois, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Made New York stage debut in "The Wooden Dish"
Played Edna, a nurse, on a number of episodes of "The Phil Silvers Show"
Feature film debut, in a bit part in "Giant"
Played a variety of roles regularly on the syndicated police drama series, "Decoy"
Acted in Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" at the American Shakespeare Festival in Stratford CT
Acted in the New York Shakespeare Festival in 1960, 1965 and 1969
Played first sizable feature film role in "The Caretakers", billed 11th
First leading role in film, "One Potato, Two Potato"
Acted for a time on the long-running daytime drama, "Love of Life"
Starred on Broadway in the Stephen Sondheim musical, "Company"
Played Norma Brodnik on the short-lived NBC sitcom, "Diana", starring Diana Rigg
Played Elizabeth Miller on the long-running ABC sitcom, "Barney Miller"; initially as a regular then a recurring character
Reprised her role as Evelyn Stohler, the mother, from the feature "Breaking Away" for the short-lived ABC sitcom version
Played Harriet Benjamin on the CBS sitcom, "Private Benjamin", reprising her role from the 1980 feature film
Played Ellen Hobbs on the short-lived CBS supernatural detective series, "Tucker's Witch"
Played Mrs. Amberville on the CBS romance miniseries, "I'll Take Manhattan"
Underwent treatment for colon cancer
Returned to NYC stage as co-star of "After-Play" by Anne Meara
Returned to series TV as Brooke Shields' grandmother on the NBC sitcom "Suddenly Susan"
Portrayed the mother of the title character in the independent "Judy Berlin"
Played a Jewish mother in son Aaron Harnick's feature directorial debut "30 Days"
Cast as a wheelchair-bound matriarch in the Off-Broadway play "Current Events"
Received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series for her role in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"
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