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An ebullient, poshly elegant leading lady, Amanda Donohue was seen at her best in "The Lair of the White Worm" (1988), Ken Russell's slice of contemporary Gothic ham. Donohoe won TV audience visibility when she joined the long-running "L.A. Law" during the 1990-91 season as a bisexual character who shared an on screen kiss with a female co-worker. Donohue also scored as a lady-in-waiting who becomes the object of affection of Nigel Hawthorne's monarch in "The Madness of King George" (1994).
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Screen acting debut in "Foreign Body"; also costarred in Nicolas Roeg's "Castaway"
Had featured role in "The Madness of King George"
Replaced Jerry Hall as Mrs Robinson in the London stage production of "The Graduate"