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(1999) Print ads: National Fluid Milk Processor Promotion Board ("Got Milk?" Milk Moustache)

(1999) Audiobook: Narrates "Suffer the Little Children" on "Stephen King's Nightmares & Dreamscapes, Volume #1", Penguin Audio.

(1992) Book (with John Rocco): "Alice," Random House Children's Books ISBN 0-553-08990-0.

(1992) Book (with Brian Gleeson and Reynold Ruffins): "Koi and the Kola Nuts," Rabbit Ears Books ISBN 0-887-08282-3.

(1985) Album: "Original Broadway Show Recording," Geffen/Warner Bros. Records GHS 24065.

Music video: Appears in Aretha Franklin video "Jumping Jack Flash"

Music video: Appears in Bonnie Raitt video "You Got It"

Music video: Appears in Michael Jackson video "Liberian Girl"

(1995) TV commercial: MCI Friends & Family long-distance service.

Active in the HBO specials Comic Relief with Billy Crystal and Robin Williams.

(1999) Print ads: the "Get Caught Reading" campaign

Stage: Replaced Nathan Lane as Pseudolus in the Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim's "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum."

(1999) TV commercial:

Did a voice over for one of Robert Smigel's TV Funhouse cartoons on "Saturday Night Live" (1975).

(2001) TV commercial: Entenmann's bakeries

(2004) Print ads: Slim-Fast Weight Loss Plan.

(2004) TV commercials: the Slim-Fast Weight Loss system.

(1999) Music video: Appeared in "David Duchovny" video by Bree Sharp.

(2004) Print ads: Slim-Fast New Low-Carb weight loss food line.

(1997) Book: "Book," William Morrow/HarperCollins Publishers ISBN 0-688-15252-X

(1988) Album: "Fontaine: Why am I Straight?" MCA Records MCA-42243

Appears in the "Tom and Jerry Spotlight Collection Vol. 2" DVD Introduction, providing historical context for the character of "Mammy Two-Shoes".

(2007) Print ads: the LA Weight Loss system

(2007) TV commercials: QVC Shopping Network

(2005) Stage: Appeared (as herself) in "Children and Art" on Broadway. Benefit/special (75th Birthday Tribute to Stephen Sondheim). New Amsterdam Theatre: 21 Mar 2005 (1 performance). Also in cast: Betty Buckley, Mia Farrow, Harvey Fierstein, Neil Patrick Harris, Cynthia Nixon, David Hyde Pierce, Harold Prince, Ann Van Cleave, BD Wong.

(2004) Stage: Appeared (as herself) in "Whoopi" on Broadway. Solo performance + playwright. Lyceum Theatre: 17 Nov 2004-30 Jan 2005 (72 performances + 12 previews). Produced by Mike Nichols, Hal Luftig, Leonard Soloway, Steven M. Levy, Tom Leonardis, Eric Falkenstein and Amy Nederlander.

(2003) Stage: Appeared (as "Ma Rainey") in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" on Broadway. Drama (revival). Royale Theatre: 6 Feb 2003-6 Apr 2003 (68 performances + 14 previews). Cast included: Charles S. Dutton, Louis Zorich, Heather Simms.

(2002) Stage: Appeared (as "Fanny Brice") in "Funny Girl" on Broadway. New Amersterdam Theatre: 23 Sep 2002 (1 performance/benefit; she was one of 17 actresses to perform as Ms. Brice). Cast included: Kaye Ballard, Ricki Lake, Andrea Martin, Bebe Neuwirth.

(2002) Stage: Co-producer of "Thoroughly Modern Millie" on Broadway. Musical comedy. Based on material by Dick Scanlan and Richard Morris (based upon his original screenplay). Directed by Michael Mayer. Marquis Theatre: 18 Apr 2002-20 Jun 2004 (903 performances + 32 previews).

(1996) Stage: Appeared (as "Prologue" and "Pseudolus"; replacement) in "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" on Broadway. Musical comedy (revival). Written by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Directed by Jerry Zaks. St. James Theatre: 18 Apr 1996-4 Jan 1998 (715 performances + 35 previews).

(1984) Stage: Appeared (as herself) in "Whoopi Goldberg" on Broadway. Solo performance. Lyceum Theatre: 24 Oct 1984-10 Mar 1985 (156 performances + 18 previews). Produced by Mike Nichols (also production supervisor), Emanuel Azenberg and the Shubert Organization.

Music video: Appeared in Garth Brooks video "We Shall Be Free"

(2009) TV commercial: MyTouch cell phone.

(2006) Introduction to <i>The Complete Peanuts: 1959 to 1960</i> by Charles M. Schulz, Seattle, Washington: Fantagraphics Books, ISBN 1-56097-671-3

(2010) Print ads (as the Mona Lisa): Kimberly-Clark Worldwide's Poise Liners bladder control pads.

(1983) Stage: Appeared (as herself / various characters) in "Spook Show" on Broadway. Directed by Mike Nichols.

(2010) Book: "Is It Just Me?: Or Is It Nuts Out There?". New York: Hyperion. ISBN-10: 1401323847; ISBN-13: 9781401323844

(2011) Book: "Sugar Plum Ballerinas #5: Sugar Plums to the Rescue!". New York: Hyperion. ISBN-10: 1423120833; ISBN-13: 9781423120834

(2010) Book: "Sugar Plum Ballerinas #4: Terrible Terrel". New York: Hyperion. ISBN-10: 0786852631; ISBN-13: 9780786852635

(2010) Book: "Sugar Plum Ballerinas #3: Perfectly Prima". New York: Hyperion. ISBN-10: 0786852623; ISBN-13: 9780786852628

(2009) Book: "Sugar Plum Ballerinas #2: Toeshoe Trouble". New York: Hyperion. ISBN-10: 0786852615; ISBN-13: 9780786852611

(2008) Book: "Sugar Plum Ballerinas #1: Plum Fantastic". New York: Hyperion. ISBN-10: 0786852607; ISBN-13: 978-0786852604

(2011) TV commercial: Poise panty liners.

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