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Patty McCormack

Patty McCormack

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Born: August 21, 1945 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1949:
Began working as a model at age four
1951:
Made screen debut in "Two Gals and a Guy"
1952:
Made TV debut in episode of "Kraft Theatre"
1953:
Played regular role of Ingeborg in the CBS comedy/drama "Mama"
1953:
Made Broadway debut in "Touchstone"
1954:
Starred on Broadway as Rhoda in "The Bad Seed"
1956:
Reprised role of Rhoda in the screen version of "The Bad Seed"; earned Supporting Actress Oscar nomination
1959:
Played tomboyish daughter on CBS sitcom "Peck's Bad Girl"
1962:
Appeared on NBC soap opera "Young Doctor Malone"
1968:
Last feature film for seven years, "The Young Runaways"
1970:
Was a regular on "The Best of Everything" (ABC)
1975:
Made one-shot return to features with "Bug"
1975:
Appeared as Kim on the CBS daytime drama "As the World Turns"
1979:
Was regular on the ABC sitcom "The Ropers"
1981:
Played recurring role of Evelyn Michaelson on the CBS primetime soap "Dallas"
1983:
Made TV-movie debut, "Night Partners"
1988:
Returned to features in the horror spoof "Saturday the 14th Strikes Back"
1995:
Returned to villainy in title role of "Mommy" (released direct to video)
1997:
Reprised her role in the direct-to-video sequel "Mommy II: Mommy's Day"
1999:
Acted the role of Mrs Daigle in the Staten Island production of "The Bad Seed"; directed by nephew Fred Cerullo
2000:
Had a recurring role on "The Sopranos" (HBO) as Adriana's (Drea de Matteo) mother, Liz La Cerva
2003:
Appeared in the short-lived FOX drama "Skin"
2008:
Portrayed First Lady Pat Nixon in Peter Morgan's film adaption of "Frost/Nixon"

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