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Born: March 19, 1947 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Greenwich, Connecticut, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1985:
Appeared on Broadway opposite Sam Waterston in "Benefactors"
1996:
Cast as First Lady to Jack Nicholson's President in "Mars Attacks!"
1990:
Cast opposite Jeremy Irons as Sunny von Bulow in "Reversal of Fortune"
2003:
Cast opposite Timothy Olyphant in "The Safety of Objects"; screened at Toronto Film Festival
1997:
Starred as a mother whose son has returned home to die in the HBO movie "In the Gloaming"; directed by Christopher Reeve
1974:
Joined Phoenix Theatre Company in NYC and made Broadway debut in their production of "Love for Love"
1991:
Made cameo appearance as a male pirate in Steven Spielberg's "Hook"
1990:
Played Gertrude to Mel Gibson's "Hamlet"; directed by Franco Zeffirelli
1999:
Reprised role of Sarah in "Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End," the third installment for CBS and "Hallmark Hall of Fame"
1993:
Reprised the role of Sarah in the sequel "Skylark" (CBS)
1994:
Returned to the stage as Norma Desmond in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical version of "Sunset Boulevard"
2005:
Appeared in Rodrigo Garcia's "Nine Lives," an ensemble feature about nine short, loosely intertwining tales
2004:
Guest starred as a potential Supreme Court justice on the NBC drama "The West Wing"
2005:
Joined the cast of FX's "The Shield" in season four, playing the new captain of the Farmington precinct
1982:
Played lead role in the off-Broadway production of "The Singular Life of Albert Nobbs"
2002:
Produced and starred in the TNT original movie "Rachel Carson's Silent Spring"
2003:
Co-starred with Patrick Stewart in Showtime's remake of "A Lion in Winter," story by James Goldman
1985:
Co-starred with William Hurt in the staging of the oratorio "Joan of Arc at the Stake" in NYC
1995:
Played Colonel Margarethe Cammermeyer, who disclosed her lesbianism in NBC's "Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story"; also executive produced
2001:
Portrayed Nelly Forbush in the small screen remake of "South Pacific" (ABC)
1984:
Returned to Broadway as co-star of Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing"; directed by Mike Nichols and co-starred Jeremy Irons; won first of three Tony Awards
1988:
Associate produced first project (a documentary; also narrated), "Do You Mean There Are Still Real Cowboys?" for PBS "American Experience" series
1976:
Made Broadway musical debut as Mary Tudor in the Richard Rodgers-Sheldon Harnick show "Rex"
2004:
Cast opposite Nicole Kidman and Bette Midler in the remake of ''The Stepford Wives,'' Bryan Forbes' 1975 cult classic about upper-crust women being replaced by robots with sunny dispositions
1984:
Co-starred with Ted Danson in ABC TV movie "Something About Amelia"
1997:
Played the US Vice President coping with a hostage crisis involving the First Family in "Air Force One"
1996:
Portrayed Cruella de Vil in the live-action Disney film, "101 Dalmatians"
2000:
Reprised role of Cruella de Vil in "102 Dalmatians"
1999:
Starred as an eccentric Southerner in Robert Altman's "Cookie's Fortune"
1979:
Made TV-movie debut in "Too Far to Go" (NBC)
2006:
Lent her voice to the animated feature, "Hoodwinked!"
2011:
Reprised role of Granny Puckett in "Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil"
2014:
Co-starred in drama "Low Down," about the relationship between a troubled jazz musician and his daughter
2015:
Had supporting role in Tim Blake Nelson's thriller "Anesthesia"
1995:
Had recurring role on "The SImpsons" as Homer's estranged mother Mona
1992:
Starred in first Broadway role in six years in "Death and the Maiden" with Richard Dreyfuss and Gene Hackman
1991:
Produced and starred in TV movie "Sarah, Plain and Tall"
1983:
Co-starred in Baby Boomer drama "The Big Chill"
1982:
Made screen debut in "The World According to Garp"; received first of three consecutive Oscar nominations as Best Supporting Actress
1987:
Played Alex in erotic thriller "Fatal Attraction"
2007:
Cast as ruthless litigator Patty Hewes in the FX legal drama, "Damages"
1985:
Landed first leading film role in drama "Jagged Edge"
1980:
Portrayed Charity Barnum in the stage musical biography "Barnum"; earned first Tony Award nomination; also appeared in the show's national tour
1984:
Co-starred as Roy Hobbs' girlfriend in "The Natural"
1988:
Played the manipulative Marquise de Merteuil in "Dangerous Liaisons"
2012:
Co-wrote and starred in the period drama "Albert Nobbs," based on the short story by George Moore; also produced
2014:
Co-starred in adventure comedy "Guardians of the Galaxy"

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