September 1997: Appeared in one-woman play "The Dragon and the Pearl" about the life of Pearl S. Buck
, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and later in New York.
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6 Articles |
3 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 6" (1.68 m)
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[on her cancer, 2015] I talk to the cells all the time. I say, 'What the hell are you doing? Not only are you destructive, coming in and ruining all my plans, but you are dumb! You are killing the host. If you take a low profile I can live with you, here on the edge of the sword. You can fall one way or the other'. Right now, things are working fantastically. Tomorrow, I don't know.
Thanked Werner Erhard, the creator of the est training, in her acceptance speech for her first Emmy.