: Played "Berthe" in "Boeing-Boeing", a play by Marc Camoletti
, translated by Beverley Cross
and Francis Evans (Longacre Theater, New York City, New York, USA).
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5' 8½" (1.74 m)
Did You Know?
I went to one of the world's great music schools, Juilliard, to acting school and never had any voice training. It wasn't until my mid-twenties that I began to go and see a singing teacher, and I discovered I had a voice, but I never felt very much confidence about singing in public and rarely went up for musical auditions.
She won her first Tony Award in the Broadway play "The Real Thing", in which she played a woman having an affair with a character played by Jeremy Irons
(who also won a Tony Award). Five years later, she appeared in the film Reversal of Fortune
(1990), in which she again played a woman having an affair with a character played by Jeremy Irons, who this time won an Oscar for his performance.