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Born: December 14, 1951 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA Profession: Cast ...
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"These days, if you're in a hit series, you get your first million-dollar movie deal for the hiatus. Back then, you really closed doors for yourself by being on TV. I have no regrets about doing "Alice", but it took me several years to get beyond it.

TV life is enriching in other ways. You have a certain amount of time off, a terrific income, and a normalcy that you don't get very often as an actor. Unless you're Harrison Ford or Barbra Streisand, you can't be in this profession and not have fears about financial security." --Celia Weston quoted in InTheater, September 26, 1997.

"In a movie, you've got to have your stroke of genius on the day they're shooting that scene., There are performances that are saved [by editing] in movies that would be telltale onstage. In the theater, there's time to grow with every performance. At the risk of sounding corny, it's a very spiritual thing to go to the theater and play as an actor, to have a wonderful role and the gifts to realize it for that playwright and that audience." --Weston to InTheater, September 26, 1997.

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