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Born: November 18, 1939 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1994:
Appeared opposite Annette Bening and Warren Beatty in "Love Affair," a remake of the 1939 film
1979:
First time as voice actor, provided the voice of Tillie for ABC's "Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey"
1997:
Provided the voice of Bunny Bravo for "Johnny Bravo," an animated series on the Cartoon Network
2010:
Co-starred Kevorkian's stalwart sister in the Barry Levinson directed HBO film "You Don't Know Jack," about Dr. Jack Kevorkian, played by Al Pacino; earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie
1970:
Gave a memorable performance as a Madison Avenue socialite who picks up Jon Voight in "Midnight Cowboy"; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Supporting Actress
1951:
Made her stage debut in "The Williow Tree" at Margo Jones Theatre in Dallas
1969:
Earned her third Tony nomination for Herb Gardner's "The Goodbye People"
1961:
Made her Broadway debut in the short-lived comedy "Everybody Loves Opal"
1969:
Made her film debut in "Where It's At"; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Most Promising Newcomer
1998:
Played Diana Vreeland in the L.A. production of "Full Gallop"
1995:
Played Matt LeBlanc's mother (Gloria Tribbiani) in an episode of NBC's "Friends"
1990:
Received an Emmy nomination for her guest starring role in an episode of NBC's "The Golden Girls"
1985:
Returned to Broadway for first time in over a decade to appear in a female version of Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple"
1976:
Starred as schoolteacher Sara Yarnell on the short-lived CBS drama series "Sara"; earned an Emmy nomination in 1976 for Lead Actress in a Drama Series
1991:
Co-starred with Alan Alda in the Neil Simon play "Jake's Women"
1975:
Earned a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for Jacqueline Susann's "Once Is Not Enough"
1966:
Earned her first Tony nomination for her performance in the Broadway comedy "Cactus Flower"
1968:
Garnered second Tony nomination for her leading role in the musical "How Now, Dow Jones"
1963:
Played aerialist Felicia Sartene on the ABC circus drama, "The Greatest Show on Earth"
1984:
Played the domineering mother Julia Blake on the short-lived ABC drama series about two struggling models, "Paper Dolls"
1996:
Portrayed Barbra Streisand's best friend Doris in "The Mirror Has Two Faces"
1989:
Portrayed Bunny in Susan Seidelman's "Cookie," co-starring Peter Falk, Dianne Wiest and Emily Lloyd
1979:
Starred as Detective Kate Hudson on the short-lived CBS drama series "Dear Detective"
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Nominated for the 2010 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie

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