Breakthrough TV role as Nurse Coleen McMurphy on the ABC drama "China Beach"; won two Emmy Awards for the role
Co-Starred in the CBS drama series "Presidio Med," which also co-starred Blythe Danner
Had featured role as James Belushi's wife in the ABC miniseries "Wild Palms"
Joined cast of the Pulitzer-winning Off-Broadway play "Dinner With Friends"
Portrayed birth control advocate Margaret Sanger in the Lifetime TV biopic "Choices of the Heart: The Margaret Sanger Story"
Starred in the ABC TV-movie "For Hope", playing a schoolteacher stricken with schleroderma
TV series debut in NBC's "Sweet Surrender"
Appeared in the CBS soap opera "Love of Life"
Appeared on an episode of ABC's freshman drama "Boston Legal" as a friend of Alan Shore (James Spader)
Briefly acted on the CBS daytime serial "As the World Turns"
Cast in Lifetime's "Baby for Sale"
First film with Paul Schrader, "Patty Hearst"
Performed in the Broadway play "A Life"
Raised in Stamford, Connecticut
Returned to feature films after a four-year absence to play prominent supporting roles in "Housesitter" and Schrader's "Light Sleeper"
After college, moved to NYC to pursue an acting career
Began appearing in TV commercials
Cast as actress Josephine Marcus in the feature Western "Tombstone"
Guest-starred on an episode of "Battlestar Galactica" (Sci Fi)
Had lead in the small screen remake of "Resurrection"; played a woman who develops healing powers after surviving an automobile accident
Made guest appearance on the CBS drama "Family Law"; received Emmy nomination
Played first leading role in a feature, cast as a leather-clad dominatrix in the comedy-drama "Exit to Eden"
Played opposite Martin Donovan in the Showtime original drama "Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Couples"
Returned to Broadway as co-star of the short-lived "Translations"
Starred in the CBS miniseries "True Women"
Voiced the character of Lois Lane on the animated series "Superman" (The WB)
Appeared in "Fly Away Home"
Appeared in the Off-Broadway and L.A. stagings of "Bloodmoon" by Nicholas Kazan
Feature debut, small role in "The Fan", starring Lauren Bacall
Primetime TV debut in the busted NBC pilot "The Streets"