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Born: August 30, 1939 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Ocala, Florida, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1974:
Acted in "Rancho Deluxe", directed by Thomas McGuane
1986:
Acted in the loose remake of "Stagecoach" (CBS)
1961:
Became Broadway star in "Take Her, She's Mine"; won Tony Award
:
Cast as part of the ensemble of the CBS sitcom "Evening Shade", starring Burt Reynolds
2000:
Co-starred in the stage revival of Gore Vidal's "The Best Man"
1981:
Had supporting role in "Paternity", starring Burt Reynolds
1959:
Off-Broadway debut (as Elizabeth Cole) in "Dirty Hands"
1983:
Portrayed a former lover of Peter O'Toole's titular "Svengali" (CBS)
1998:
Resumed film career in the role of a divorcee chasing after the unhappily married Ben Gazzara in "Happiness", directed by Todd Solondz
1995:
Returned to Broadway in revival of "Suddenly Last Summer"
1959:
Broadway debut (as Elizabeth Cole), "The Highest Tree"
1978:
Cast opposite Joel Fabiani in "Tom & Joanne" (CBS)
1989:
Last major film for almost a decade "Vampire's Kiss"
1960:
Made TV debut in "Dupont Show of the Month"
:
Played recurring role of the mother of Richard Karinsky (Malcolm Gets) on the NBC sitcom "Caroline and the City"
1987:
Played the police commissioner in the film version of "Dragnet"
1974:
Starred as Maggie in revival of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" on Broadway
1977:
Starred opposite Richard Crenna in the NBC movie "The War Between the Tates"
1965:
Temporarily retired from acting
1989:
Acted in "Blues for Buder", a segment of ABC's "B.L. Stryker" starring Reynolds
1972:
Co-starred in the TV thriller "When Michael Calls" (ABC)
1964:
Film acting debut in "The Carpetbaggers"
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Had recurring role on the NBC drama series "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" as the mother of detective Olivia Benson
1971:
Made TV-movie debut in "Harpy" (CBS)
2001:
Portrayed Amanda Wingfield in the Hartford Stage revival of "The Glass Menagerie"; reprised role with slightly different cast at Houston's Alley Theatre
1990:
Had role as Emma Frame Ordway on the NBC daytime serial "Another World"
1971:
Returned to films in "Marriage of a Young Stockbroker"

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