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Also Known As: Died:
Born: April 2, 1949 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Tacoma, Washington, USA Profession: actor, day care worker, Trans-Alaska pipeline support staffer

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Pretty, intense actor who is equally adept in comedic and dramatic roles. A classically trained actress, Reed began her career on the New York stage making her off-Broadway debut in "Curse of the Starving Class" and working in several New York Shakespeare productions, among them "All's Well That Ends Well" in Central Park and "Aunt Dan and Lemon" at The Public. Reed first appeared on Broadway in "The November People" (1978) and made her screen debut two years later, playing Belle Starr in Walter Hill's stylish western, "The Long Riders." Supporting roles followed including an effective performance as wife of astronaut Gordon Cooper (Dennis Quaid) in Philip Kaufman's "The Right Stuff" (1983).

Pretty, intense actor who is equally adept in comedic and dramatic roles. A classically trained actress, Reed began her career on the New York stage making her off-Broadway debut in "Curse of the Starving Class" and working in several New York Shakespeare productions, among them "All's Well That Ends Well" in Central Park and "Aunt Dan and Lemon" at The Public. Reed first appeared on Broadway in "The November People" (1978) and made her screen debut two years later, playing Belle Starr in Walter Hill's stylish western, "The Long Riders." Supporting roles followed including an effective performance as wife of astronaut Gordon Cooper (Dennis Quaid) in Philip Kaufman's "The Right Stuff" (1983).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Savannah Sunrise (2016)
3.
 BOOK OF DAYS (2003) Grady
4.
 Proof of Life (2000) Janis Bowman
5.
 Standing on Fishes (1999) Janice
6.
 Why Do Fools Fall in Love? (1998) Judge Lambrey
7.
 Carriers (1998) Holly Parker
8.
 Bean (1997) Alison Langley
9.
 Santa Fe (1997) Nancy Vigil
10.
 Critical Choices (1996) Arlene Dickens
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Ran day care center and worked with Headstart children
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Worked for the Trans-Alaska pipeline
1976:
Off-off-Broadway debut in "Getting Through the Night" at Ensemble Studio Theatre
1978:
Off-Broadway debut in "Curse of the Starving Class"
1977:
First regular appearance on TV series, "The Andros Targets"
1978:
Broadway debut as Kathleen in "The November People" at Billy Rose Theatre
1980:
Film acting debut in "The Long Riders"
1981:
TV movie debut, "Intimates: A Love Story"
1988:
Co-starred in the HBO series, "Tanner '88", a satiric look at a fictional presidential campaign
1988:
TV miniseries debut, "Hemingway"
1990:
Starred in the short-lived TV series, "Grand"
1990:
Voice for monumental historical documentary, "The Civil War"
1993:
Starred in the short-lived TV series, "Family Album"
1995:
Returned to series TV in NBC sitcom "The Family Court"
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Education

University of Washington: Seattle , Washington -

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husband:
Sandy Smolan. Director. They met during the making of "Rachel River" (1987).

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