In 1995 starred as Mrs. Pascal in Wendy MacLeod
's "The House of Yes" at the SoHo Repertory Theater in New York City.
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[2011, on The West Wing
(1999)] The most impactful role I've ever played. Life-changing. A life-changing role, in terms of my notoriety, if you want to call it that, opening doors to meeting the kinds of people I never would've met in a million years. Going to Washington and being invited to the White House, going to the Foreign Correspondents' Dinner. It just opened a million doors and broadened...
She won an Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play for "Present Laughter" in 1997. She shared the award with Deborah Findlay
and Celia Weston