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Also Known As: Died: June 18, 2000
Born: June 19, 1928 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Buffalo, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1946:
Stage debut in summer stock "The Late George Apley"
1950:
Appeared at Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, MA, in various productions, including "Love's Labour's Lost", "Macbeth" and "King Lear"
1950:
Earliest TV credits include Jo in "Little Women" (CBS)
1951:
New York stage debut, "The Taming of the Shrew"
1953:
Co-starred with Rod Steiger in TV version of "Marty"
1957:
Film debut "The Bachelor Party"
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Appeared in daytime dramas "Another World", "Love of Life" and "Search for Tomorrow"
1975:
Primetime TV series debut in the shortlived CBS drama "Beacon Hill"
:
Played Mrs. Pynchon, the newspaper owner, on "Lou Grant" (CBS); won four Emmy Awards for the role
1980:
Won acclaim for Broadway production of "Morning's at Seven"
1984:
Acted in first Merchant Ivory film "The Bostonians"
:
Enjoyed a popular stage success as the WASP matriarch in A R Gurney's "The Cocktail Hour"
1992:
Acted Off-Broadway alongside husband Paul Sparer in Jon Robin Baitz's "The End of the Day"
1994:
Garnered Tony Award nomination for her work in the revival of "Black Comedy"
1995:
Reunited with Merchant Ivory for supporting role in "Jefferson in Paris"
1995:
Played Harrison Ford's mother in Sydney Pollack's remake of "Sabrina"
1999:
Co-starred in the HBO drama series "The Sopranos", playing Livia Soprano; last role before she passed

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