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Born: August 18, 1958 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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2011:
Returned to series television as villainess Victoria Grayson on ABC's "Revenge"
1976:
At Tarnowsky's death, abandoned playing piano
1992:
Breakthrough role starring opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in "The Last of the Mohicans," based on a James Fennimore Cooper novel
1987:
First released film appearance, "Stakeout"; also first onscreen collaboration with Aidan Quinn
1978:
Professional acting debut on an episode of "Baretta" (ABC)
1978:
TV-movie acting debut, NBC's "The Deerslayer", based on the novel by James Fennimore Cooper
1988:
Acted in first film, "Tropical Snow"
2002:
Co-starred with Gary Sinise in the sci-fi thriller "Impostor"
1998:
Appeared as a cheating wife in "Playing By Heart"
1968:
At age 10, began training to become a concert pianist with Sergei Tarnowsky
1993:
Briefly reprised her role from "Stakeout" in an uncredited cameo in "Another Stakeout"
1980:
Co-starred in NBC miniseries "Beulah Land"
1992:
Played Kurt Russell's wife in the thriller "Unlawful Entry"
2005:
Played the title role in the CBS TV movie "Saving Milly"
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Raised in Glendale, CA
1995:
Cast as a psychiatrist in "12 Monkeys"
1990:
Co-starred opposite Kevin Costner in "Revenge"
1994:
Had first leading role as a blind woman who witnesses a murder in "Blink"; starred opposite Aidan Quinn
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Met Richard Dreyfuss's agent and lied about her acting experiences, which included making up play title "Speaking Of"
1993:
Offered a strong turn as the wife of an adulterous husband in Robert Altman's "Short Cuts"
1978:
Played Mary in the ABC TV-movie "The Nativity"
1998:
Returned to features after a three-year absence as co-star with Kenneth Branagh and William Hurt in "The Proposition"
2002:
Starred in the A&E miniseries version of "The Magnificent Ambersons"
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While a freshman at USC, cut classes to volunteer at Solari Theater in Beverly Hills
2007:
Cast as a shrink on the short-lived crime drama series "Raines" (NBC)
2006:
Co-starred with Eric Roberts and Lee Tergesen in the Fox TV movie "Southern Comfort"
2009:
Acted alongside James Remar and Ian Ziering in the Lifetime holiday-themed "The Christmas Hope"

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