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Born: April 3, 1942 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: St Louis, Missouri, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Bride and Prejudice (2004) as Darcy'S Mother
The determined Mrs. Bakshi sets out to find marriage matches for her four beautiful daughters while there's a lavish wedding party in town. Right away, the smart and headstrong Lalita announces she will only marry for love, giving her mother nightmares. Then Lalita meets wealthy American Will Darcy,
2.
Restless Spirits (1999) as Lydia
Twelve-year-old Katie Penhallow is distraught when her mother goes off to France on a holiday and leaves her and little brother Simon with their stern grandmother Lydia. Dared by the local kids, Katie visits spooky Potter's Pond late one night, which is rumored to be haunted. She stumbles on the gho
3.
2 Days in the Valley (1996) as Audrey Hopper
What is it that causes people to connect? It can be love, it can be money and sometimes it can be murder. The clock is ticking, and over the next 48 hours the lives of ten people in L.A.'s San Fernando Valley will intersect and be irrevocably altered--or abruptly ended. The plot is laid with a contr
4.
Nick of Time (1995) as Governor Eleanor Grant
An accountant's six-year-old daughter is taken hostage by two strangers who present him with a devil's bargain: he has 90 minutes to kill a top government official or he'll never again see his daughter.
5.
Broken Trust (1995) as Ruth Fraser
A judge is recruited by Justice Department investigators to help ferret out corrupt members of the judiciary. The ensuing expose of corruption and abuse of power compromises his faith in the law and opens his eyes to the terrible price it sometimes exacts.
6.
I Love Trouble (1994) as Senator Gayle Robbins
Competing journalists at rival papers fall in love while exposing a government-involved scandal.
7.
Clint Eastwood: The Man From Malpaso (1993)
A documentary about actor/director/producer Clint Eastwood. Includes interviews with colleagues as well as the actor himself and clips from his movies.
8.
Drop Dead Fred (1991) as Polly
Comedy about a young woman who loses her husband, job, car and purse, all during her lunch hour and is forced to return home to her domineering mother, where a childhood imaginary friend returns to comfort her.
9.
Stella (1990) as Janice Morrison
Drama of a mother's love and self-sacrifice for her daughter.
10.
Image, The (1990) as Jean Cromwell
A top TV news correspondent and his producer begin to question the far-reaching effects and ethics of their power.
11.
Dinner At Eight (1989) as Millicent Jordan
Based on the George S. Kaufman-Edna Ferber play and the 1933 MGM screenplay of the same title. Individuals from various strata of New York society are invited to a dinner party. A rash of cancellations and unexpected events turn the soiree into a disaster.
12.
Trapped in Silence (1986) as Jennifer Hubbell
Drama of an elective mute teenager (played by Donald Sutherland's lookalike son, Kiefer) and the psychologist who feels she can get through to him at the institution (Marsha Mason in the part). Filmed in and around Poughkeepsie, New York, it was adapted by Vicki Patik (Emmy Award winner for "Do You
13.
Heartbreak Ridge (1986) as Aggie
Sergeant Thomas Highway is an old-fashioned Marine Corps sergeant who is out of step with the new-fashioned military and returns to his old outfit as a gunnery sergeant, where he runs afoul of 1980s-style superior officers to whom the words "Gung Ho" are foolish anachronisms. But through his tough tutelage, Highway's lackadaisical platoon is whipped into a first-rate fighting machine, favoring teamwork over such New Age concepts as "self-fulfillment." Finally, the men prove their mettle during the invasion of Grenada.
14.
Surviving (1985) as Lois
Two teenagers fulfill a suicide pact that tears apart two families in this socially significant update of the "Romeo and Juliet" theme, allowing tour-de-force performances by stars Ellen Burstyn and Marsha Mason as two women, close friends whose lives are forever changed by the death of their childr
15.
Max Dugan Returns (1983) as Nora Mcphee
Max Dugan is an elderly ne'er-do-well whose tenuous mob connections have made him persona non grata with his daughter Norma McPhee. Struggling to raise her restless son Michael on her own, Norma is none too pleased when Max returns to the family fold with yet another portfolio of get-rich-quick sche
16.
Lois Gibbs and the Love Canal (1982) as Lois Gibbs
In her TV-movie debut, Marsha Mason is the housewife-turned-activist who spearheaded her community's fight, beginning in 1978, to force the government to relocate those families threatened by chemical dumping in the Love Canal area near Niagra Falls.
17.
Only When I Laugh (1981) as Georgia Hines
An alcoholic actress fights to come back while trying to raise her teen daughter.
18.
Chapter Two (1979) as Jennie Maclaine
A widower risks his heart when he's drawn to a young actress.
19.
Promises In The Dark (1979) as Dr Alexandra Kendall
A young woman who has cancer grows sicker as treatments fail, and her parents and boyfriend grieve for her.
20.
The Cheap Detective (1978) as Georgia Merkle
A private dick tackles two tough cases while trying to clear himself of a murder charge.
21.
Audrey Rose (1977) as Janice Templeton
A married couple fear their daughter is the reincarnation of a girl killed in a terrible accident.
22.
The Goodbye Girl (1977) as Paula Mcfadden
A dancer discovers her runaway boyfriend has sublet her apartment to an aspiring actor.
23.
Cinderella Liberty (1973) as Maggie
A lonely Navy sailor falls in love with a hooker and becomes a surrogate father figure for her son during an extended liberty due to his service records being lost.
24.
Blume in Love (1973) as Arlene
A divorced lawyer can't accept the fact that his wife's left him.
25.

Director (special)

26.
Little Miss Perfect (1987) as Director
A drama about a young woman who develops bulimia, a severe eating disorder. Debbie Welker, a high school over-achiever, suffers an identity crisis when she is forced to move to a new neighborhood with her recently remarried mother. She develops bulimia as a result of trying to cope with her problems

Cast (special)

27.
Matthew Broderick (2001) as Interviewee
Profile of actor Matthew Broderick.
28.
Shirley MacLaine: This Time Around (2000) as Interviewee
Profile of dancer/actress/author Shirley MacLaine.
29.
Intimate Portrait: Jane Alexander (1999) as Narration
Profile of the life and career of Jane Alexander, Tony Award-winning actor and former Chair of the National Endowment For the Arts.
30.
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Stars, The (1999)
The American Film Institute salutes American screen legends, in honor of the 100th anniversary of American movies. The event features 50 of today's stars paying tribute to 50 American screen legends, 25 women and 25 men.
31.
Neil Simon: The People's Playwright (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of playwright Neil Simon.
32.
Power of Water, The (1993) as Narration
Examines how fresh water affects the lives and livelihood of every American, particularly in five key areas: the Colorado river, the Ogallala aquifer, the Niagara and Buffalo Rivers in the Great Lakes region, Florida's Everglades, and the Columbia River.
33.
TGIF Comedy Preview (1991)
A primetime special showcasing ABC's Fall 1991 comedy series and their stars.
34.
Neil Simon: Not Just For Laughs (1989)
A documentary on the life and work of playwright Neil Simon. Friends and associates as well as the writer himself are interviewed.
35.
3rd Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1989)
A live presentation of the third annual American Comedy Awards honoring top comedic performers in all forms of American entertainment. Included is a showcase of new comedy stars as well as some of America's top comedians. Neil Simon is the recipient of the Lifetime Creative Achievement Award.
36.
From the Heart... The First International Very Special Arts Festival (1989)
A variety special taped at the Kennedy Center in Washington, at the closing gala for the First International Very Special Arts Festival, celebrating the achievements of physically and mentally handicapped artists.
37.
Golden Globe Awards (1987)
The 44th annual "Golden Globe Awards" presentation by the Foreign Press Association for top achievements in film and television. The telecast also includes presentation of the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement to Anthony Quinn.
38.
All Star Party For Clint Eastwood (1986)
Variety Clubs International honors Clint Eastwood in the eleventh annual salute to an entertainment industry figure for career and humanitarian achievements.
39.
58th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1986) as Presenter
Live coverage of the fifty-eighth annual Academy Awards ceremony.
40.
Cyrano de Bergerac (1974) as Roxanne
An adaptation for television of Edmond Rostand's romantic play about the great French poet and soldier, Cyrano de Bergerac, who loves the beautiful Roxanne in vain and courts her vicariously through the handsome but ineloquent Christian.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

41.
Long Shot, The (2004) as Mary Lou O'Brian
42.
Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows (2001) as Ethel Gumm
Adaptation of Lorna Luft's book "Me and My Shadows: A Family Memoir." The miniseries chronicles Judy Garland's life, from her first stage performance at age two to her untimely death at age 47.<P>From the moment 2-year-old Baby Frances Gumm crooned "Jingle Bells" to a small-town audience, the future

Cast (short)

43.
The Amazing Miss Cummings: An Actress at Work and Play (1975)
This short film provides a behind-the-scenes look at child actress Quinn Cummings on the set of the movie "The Goodbye Girl" (1977).

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