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Also Known As: Died: November 5, 2010
Born: April 30, 1944 Cause of Death: Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Began acting in summer stock at Williamstown Theater in Massachusetts
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Joined the Charles Street Repertory Theater in Boston
1968:
Made Off-Broadway debut in "The Sudden and Accidental Re-Education of Horse Johnson"
1969:
Made feature debut in "The Wedding Party"; co-directed by Brian De Palma and co-starred Robert De Niro (filmed in 1963 but not released until six years later)
1969:
Cast in a regular role on the daytime drama "Search for Tomorrow"
1970:
Made Broadway debut in "The Rothschilds"
1972:
First major feature film, "Portnoy's Complaint"
1972:
Played the title character's wife, Catherine in the Broadway play "Pippin"
1975:
Made TV film debut, "Hustling" (ABC); received first Emmy nomination
1976:
Featured as Carole Lombard in "Gable and Lombard" and as Gene Wilder's love interest in "Silver Streak"
1977:
Paired with Burt Reynolds for the first time in "Semi-Tough"
1978:
Breakout performance, Paul Mazursky's "An Unmarried Woman"; garnered first Best Actress Oscar nomination
1979:
Played Chrissy in the NYC production of David Rabe's "In the Boom Boom Room"
1979:
Earned second Best Actress Oscar nomination for Alan J Pakula's "Starting Over"; second collaboration with Burt Reynolds
1981:
Starred opposite Walter Matthau in "First Monday in October"
1982:
Delivered a first-rate portrayal of a woman coping with addiction in "I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can"; penned by husband Rabe
1983:
Portrayed a flaky lawyer in Costa-Gavras' disappointing "Hanna K"
1987:
Joined an ensemble cast for the critically-acclaimed "Shy People"
1992:
Played Judge Louise Parker in NBC miniseries "Trial: The Price of Passion"
1994:
Acted the part of Kitty Menendez in the TV movie "Honor Thy Father and Mother: The True Story of the Menendez Murders" (FOX)
1997:
Had a supporting role as Matthew Perry's mother in "Fools Rush In"
1998:
Made a memorable guest appearance as a lawyer with questionable ethics on the NBC drama "Law & Order"
1998:
Played the matriarch of an Irish Catholic family on the NBC drama "Trinity"
1999:
Had a recurring role on the FOX comedy "Ally McBeal" as the title character's mother
2002:
Had featured role in short-lived NBC sitcom "Leap of Faith"
2004:
Earned an Emmy nomination for her guest-starring role on "Nip/Tuck" (FX)
2006:
Played the wife of an unorthodox psychiatrist in "Running with Scissors"; based on the personal memoirs of Augusten Burroughs
2006:
Appeared on Broadway in Neil Simon's "Barefoot in the Park" with Patrick Wilson and Amanda Peet
2007:
Cast as Letitia Darling on ABC's short-lived series "Dirty Sexy Money"
2010:
Played Jake Gyllenhaal's mother in "Love and Other Drugs"; film released after her death

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