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Anne Haney studied drama at the University of North Carolina, but instead of beginning her acting career, she fell in love, got married, and started a family. She began working in local theater productions and in television commercials before joining a theatrical touring company. It wasn't until the 1970s, when Haney was in her mid-40s, that she began to act professionally. Haney moved to Southern California, and in 1980, soon after arriving, scored a support role opposite Walter Matthau in the spy comedy "Hopscotch." She followed with appearances on the rollicking series "The Dukes of Hazzard" and the gender-swapping sitcom "Bosom Buddies." After working on numerous stage productions in California, and continuing to appear in a wide gamut of television shows--from the sci-fi staple "Star Trek: The Next Generation" to the coming-of-age sitcom "Boy Meets World"--she returned to "Bosom Buddies" territory with her role in the Robin Williams-in-drag comedy "Mrs. Doubtfire." Haney played the social worker who nearly outs Williams' character, and it remains one of her most notable roles.

Anne Haney studied drama at the University of North Carolina, but instead of beginning her acting career, she fell in love, got married, and started a family. She began working in local theater productions and in television commercials before joining a theatrical touring company. It wasn't until the 1970s, when Haney was in her mid-40s, that she began to act professionally. Haney moved to Southern California, and in 1980, soon after arriving, scored a support role opposite Walter Matthau in the spy comedy "Hopscotch." She followed with appearances on the rollicking series "The Dukes of Hazzard" and the gender-swapping sitcom "Bosom Buddies." After working on numerous stage productions in California, and continuing to appear in a wide gamut of television shows--from the sci-fi staple "Star Trek: The Next Generation" to the coming-of-age sitcom "Boy Meets World"--she returned to "Bosom Buddies" territory with her role in the Robin Williams-in-drag comedy "Mrs. Doubtfire." Haney played the social worker who nearly outs Williams' character, and it remains one of her most notable roles.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Forces of Nature (1999) Emma
2.
 Out of Towners, The (1999) Woman In Bathroom
3.
 Little Girl Fly Away (1998) Ethel Brock
4.
 Psycho (1998) Mrs Chambers
5.
 Lesser Evil, The (1997) Mother
6.
 Liar, Liar (1997) Greta
7.
 Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1997) Margaret Williams
8.
 Mother (1996) Helen
9.
 American President, The (1995) Mrs. Chapil
10.
 Lies Boys Tell, The (1994) Aunt Emma
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