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|Also Known As:||Died:||March 22, 2011|
|Born:||January 24, 1925||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA||Profession:||actor|
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Caller, The (2008)
Isn't She Great (2000) Aunt Abigail
Bless the Child (2000) Sister Joseph
Marvin's Room (1996) Nun On Phone
Past the Bleachers (1995) Tilda
Me & Veronica (1993) Woman At Laundromat
Bonfire Of The Vanities, The (1990) Mrs Mccoy
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Stage acting debut in "Claudia"
Returned to Broadway in "Sheep on the Runway"
Acted with Hughes in "Dr. Cook's Garden" (ABC), starring Bing Crosby in his only TV-movie role
Appeared in the Sydney Pollack political thriller "Three Days of the Condor"
Co-starred with Hughes in the Broadway production of "Da"
Was featured in the Merchant-Ivory production "The Europeans"
Had a cameo in Alan J Pakula's drama feature "Starting Over"
Featured in the "American Playhouse" film production "A Flash of Green"
Appeared alongside husband in the CBS holiday telepic "A Hobo's Christmas"
Played the matriarch of a Massachusetts fishing family in an episode of ABC's "Spencer for Hire"
Played Tom Hanks' mother in Brian De Palma's feature adaptation of Tom Wolfe's "Bonfire of the Vanities"
Acted alongside Hughes in the CBS TV-movie drama "The Incident"
Appeared in the independent feature "Me & Veronica"
With Hughes, acted in an episode of the acclaimed NBC police drama "Homicide Life on the Street"
Had a cameo in the drama feature "Marvin's Room"
Starred in the Oscar nominated student short "My Mother Dreams the Satan Disciples of New York"
Acted in the Bette Miller-starring Jacqueline Susann biopic "Isn't She Great"
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Barnard Hughes. Actor. Married in 1950; the worked with Stenborg on stage and in television projects.
Douglas Hughes. Director. Worked at Seattle Repertory Theater.
Laura Hughes. Actor.
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