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Born: November 21, 1937 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1970:
Feature film debut, "Jenny"
1998:
Had supporting roles in the independent films "The Real Blonde" and "Starfucker"
1961:
TV series debut, as Stella Barnes, the protagonist's sister, in "The Joey Bishop Show"
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Appeared on TV in the anthology series, "Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater"
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Formed Hart, Thomas & Berlin Productions with Carole Hart and Kathie Berlin
1996:
Had recurring role as Rachel's mother on "Friends"
1977:
Made second feature film, "Thieves", based on the Broadway play
1974:
TV producing debut, "Marlo Thomas and Friends in 'Free to Be...You and Me'" (ABC)
1977:
TV-movie debut, "It Happened One Christmas" (ABC), a distaff remake of the Frank Capra classic "It's a Wonderful Life"; also co-produced
1974:
Broadway debut, "Thieves"
1990:
Co-executive produced (with Carole Hart and Kathie Berlin) the short-lived CBS comedy series, "Wish You Were Here"
1999:
Played Alicia Witt's mother in the festival screened "Playing Mona Lisa"
2001:
Portrayed author Jacqueline Susann on stage in "Paper Doll" in Pittsburgh; production moved to Broadway in 2002
1990:
Returned to feature films after a 13-year absence to appear in "In the Spirit"
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Starred as aspiring actress Ann Marie on the ABC-TV sitcom, "That Girl"
1973:
Starred in the ABC multi-sketch comedy special, "Marlo Thomas in Acts of Love--and Other Comedies"
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Played the female lead in the London production of Neil Simon's comic play, "Barefoot in the Park"
1992:
Received star No. 1971 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on December 11

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