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Born: November 4, 1930 Cause of Death:
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1952:
Made TV acting debut in "Jane Eyre" on CBS' "Studio One"
1955:
Made her stage acting debut in "The Time of Your Life"
1961:
Made feature film debut in "Something Wild"
1968:
Acted in "No Way to Treat a Lady"
1969:
Co-starred in Neil Simon's Broadway production of "The Last of the Red Hot Lovers" with James Coco and Linda Lavin
1971:
Appeared in Elaine May's comedy "A New Leaf"
1972:
Re-teamed with May for a supporting role in "The Heartbreak Kid"; scripted by Neil Simon
1974:
Acted opposite Walter Matthau in "The Taking of Pelham One Two Three"
1975:
Garnered attention for her stage performance in Terrence McNally's "Bad Habits"
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Made a popular series of commercials for Glade air freshener
1976:
Portrayed Dorelda Doremus on the syndicated spoof of soap operas "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"
1977:
Played Martin Balsam's wife in the award-winning TV-movie "The Storyteller" (NBC)
1979:
Cast as the title character's meddling mother on the ABC sitcom "Angie"
1979:
Had small role as Bette Midler's mother in "The Rose"
1980:
Teamed with James Coco as Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan in the NBC remake of "The Diary of Anne Frank"
1981:
Co-starred on the ABC sitcom "Maggie"
1982:
Had a memorable guest appearance as a bag lady appearing opposite James Coco on NBC's "St. Elsewhere"
1983:
Cast as the efficient secretary Mildred Krebs on "Remington Steele" (NBC); garnered an Emmy nomination in 1985
1989:
Picked up an Emmy nomination for a guest appearance on the ABC sitcom "Perfect Strangers"
1991:
Earned fourth career Emmy nomination for a supporting role in the PBS production of "The Sunset Gang" (aired on "American Playhouse")
1992:
Acted in the feature "Used People
1993:
Recurring role as mother to Denny Dillon's Toby on the HBO series "Dream On"
1993:
Featured on the short-lived CBS sitcom "The Boys"
1995:
Appeared in the film "The Grass Harp"
1996:
Played Marie Romano, the title character's mother, on "Everybody Loves Raymond" (CBS); received Emmy (1999, 2000, 2001, 2004) and SAG (2004, 2005) nominations for Best Supporting Actress
2001:
Cast as a tart-tongued receptionist at an AIDS testing center in "All Over the Guy"
2003:
Appeared in the comedy feature "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" opposite David Spade
2006:
Played the ex-wife of Garry Marshall in the indie comedy "Keeping Up with the Steins"; directed by Marshall's son Scott
2009:
Starred in the title role in the Hallmark Channel movie "Mrs. Miracle"
2010:
Cast in Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron┬┐s hit off-Broadway comedy "Love, Loss and What I Wore"
2010:
Reunited with "Raymond" co-star Patricia Heaton with a recurring guest starring role on Heaton's ABC sitcom "The Middle"
2010:
Reprised titular role in Hallmark Channel sequel "Call Me Mrs. Miracle"
2012:
Appeared in the comedy "Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection"

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