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Also Known As: Died:
Born: September 24, 1945 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1967:
Appeared in a CBS production of "The Crucible", starring George C Scott and Colleen Dewhurst
1969:
Feature film acting debut, "Last Summer"; received Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination; co-starred with Richard Thomas and Bruce Davison
1969:
Had co-starring role in "Me, Natalie", alongside Patty Duke
1969:
Originated role of Cathy Craig on the ABC daytime serial "One Life to Live"
1971:
Reteamed with Richard Thomas for "Red Sky at Morning"; last film acting role
1974:
Acted in a PBS adaptation of Arthur Miller's "A Memory of Two Mondays"
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Played Mary Owens in the NBC drama "Sandburg's Lincoln"; aired in six parts over two years
1976:
Co-starred in the NBC biopic "Amelia Earhart"
1978:
Last acting role (to date), appeared in the CBS miniseries "The Word"
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Settled in NYC and "retired" from performing to concentrate on a writing career

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