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Born: June 21, 1940 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Got start in theater at age 10 in production of "Alice in Wonderland"
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Attempted suicide at age 15
1956:
Appeared in "A Winter's Tale" with Shakespeare Festival, Stratford
1962:
Acted in first feature, "Ride the High Country"
1962:
TV debut on series, "Gunsmoke"
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Played the regular role of Claire Morton on the TV soap opera, "Peyton Place"
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Played Ruth Garrett opposite Richard Mulligan on the TV sitcom, "The Hero"
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Became well-known for series of Polaroid commercials as James Garner's wife
1980:
Co-hosted NBC's "Today Show"
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Played Jennifer Barnes on the CBS sitcom, "Goodnight, Beantown"
1987:
Co-hosted CBS's "Morning Show"
1987:
Song performer ("Funny Girl") on TV special, "Broadway Sings: The Music of Julie Styne"
1989:
Returned to stage in "King John" (NYSF Central Park)
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Regular role on TV series, "WIOU"
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Co-starred opposite Elliot Gould in a touring production of "Deathtrap"
1998:
Starred in L.A. production of "The Lion in Winter"
1998:
Had recurring role in the short-lived CBS drama "To Have and To Hold"
2001:
Toured opposite Len Cariou in the award-winning stage play "Copenhagen"

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