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|Birth Place:||New York City, New York, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Made Broadway debut in "I Can Get It For You Wholesale" replacing Barbra Streisand in the role of Miss Marmelstein
Appeared in Elaine May's "The Third Ear" improvisational revue
Appeared on the NBC daytime drama "The Doctors"
Made film debut in "What's New Pussycat?" scripted by and co-starring Woody Allen; first of seven screen collaborations with Allen
With Allen, wrote the English dialogue for "What's Up Tiger Lily?"
Cast as one of the leads in the short-lived Broadway musical "Henry Sweet Henry"
First film not in collaboration with Allen, "Such Good Friends"
Last screen collaboration with Allen for eight years, "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*but were afraid to ask)"
Starred in "Slither"
Made TV-movie debut in "Coffee, Tea or Me?" (CBS)
Had greatest moment of fame in the title role of syndicated TV series "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"
Played Judd Hirsch's ex-wife on "Taxi" (ABC)
Wrote and starred in the NBC TV-movie "Just Me and You"
Landed bit role in Allen's "Stardust Memories"
Briefly returned to series TV on the ABC sitcom "It's a Living"
Made memorable guest appearance on "St. Elsewhere" (NBC)
Cast in featured roles in "Sing" and "Rude Awakening"
Began to teach acting classes
Made memorable guest appearance on episode of "Empty Nest" (NBC)
Returned to feature films in "Sudden Manhattan"
Played an unhappily married retiree in "Happiness"
Cast as widow who places a personal ad in Amos Kollek's "Fast Food, Fast Women"; screened at Cannes
Cast in Darren Aronofsky's "Requiem for a Dream," starring Ellen Burstyn and Jared Leto
Starred in the comedy "National Lampoon's Gold Diggers"
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