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(1955- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1955). Stage Play: The Time of Your Life. Comedy (revival).

Directs plays at LA's Skylight Theater

(1970s) TV commercial Glade Air Freshner.

(2004) TV commercial for Palmolive.

(2004-07) Print ads for Palmolive OXY Plus Dishwashing Liquid.

Appeared in TBS promotional spots for "Everybody Loves Raymond" (1996).

Print ads: "Got Milk?"

(1975) TV commercial for Black Flag bug killer.

(2005) TV commercial for Alka-Seltzer

(1976) TV Guide advert for Glade Air Freshner, she plays Gladys.

(August 16, 1975) Appeared in a program called "Midday". Guests also included Ilka Chase.

(May 5-Oct 5, 1974) Appeared as "Dolly Scupp" in "Bad Habits", written by Terrence McNally, directed by Robert Drivas. Booth Theatre: (177 performances). Cast also included: F. Murray Abraham as "Roy Pitt", Emory Bass as "Hiram Spane", Paul Benedict as "Jason Pepper, M.D.", Cynthia Harris as "April Pitt", Michael Lombard as "Harry Scupp", J. Frank Lucas as "Francis Tear", Henry Sutton as "Otto".

(Dec 28, 1969-Sep 4, 1971) Appeared as "Jeanette Fisher" in "Last of the Red Hot Lovers", written by Neil Simon, directed by Robert Moore. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: (706 performances). Cast also included: James Coco as "Barney Cashman", Linda Lavin as "Elaine Navazio", Marcia Rodd as "Bobbi Michele".

(1963). Stage Play: Marathon '33. Written by June Havoc. Based on the novel "Early Havoc" by June Havoc. Scenic Design by Peter Larkin. Costume Design by Noel Taylor. Lighting Design by Tharon Musser. Music by Conrad Janis and His Tail Gate 5. Entire production under the supervision of Lee Strasberg. Assistant Director: Tim Everett. Directed by June Havoc. ANTA Playhouse: 22 Dec 1963- 1 Feb 1964 (48 performances). Cast: Julie Harris (as "June, a vaudevillian"), Sally Alex (as "Ensemble"), Lee Allen (as "Patsy, marathon Top Banana"), Tom Avera (as "Lusty "One Punch" Hutchinson"), Joe Don Baker (as "Mr. James, floor judge"), Lane Bradbury (as "The Mick, Abe O'Brien's girl"), Dick Bradford (as "Beefy Bancroft, vaudeville acrobat/Joe, Forbes' henchman/Ensemble"), Lonny Chapman (as "Mr. Dankle, dance marathon promoter"), Libby Dean (as "Ida, Red's partner/Melba Marvel"), Olive Deering (as "Eve Adamanski"), Gabriel Dell (as "Al Marciano"), Marcella Dodge (as "Pinky, fancy girl/Ensemble"), Philip Dorian (as "Ensemble"), Tim Everett (as "Abe O'Brien"), Don Fellows (as "Scotty Schwartz"), Will Hare (as "Mr. Forbes, local racketeer boss/Ensemble"), Robert Heller (as "Petrushka Patrick, another vaudeville acrobat/Hinky, sweet man"), Robin Howard (as "Robin Greenaman, Banty Binks' partner"), Conrad Janis (as "Ruddy, band leader and M.C."), Maya Kenin (as "Rita Marimba"), Philip Kenneally (as "Mike, marathon trainer"), Adelaide Klein (as "Mrs. Beckett-Jones, marathon fan"), Janet Luoma (as "Angel, another fancy girl/Ensemble"), Janice Mars (as "Night Club Star/Ensemble"), Peter Masterson (as "Beezer, marathon trainer"), Brooks Morton (as "Banty Binks, a local/Ensemble"), Margret O'Neill (as ""Sugar Hips" Johnson, Lusty Huthinson's dance partner"), Lucille Patton (as "Helen Bazoo, Bozo Bazoo's partner"), Gordon Phillips (as "Mr. Burke, night floor manager/Ensemble"), Patricia Quinn (as "Pearl Schwartz, Scotty Schwartz' wife-partner"), James Rado (as "Ensemble"), Logan Ramsey (as "Schnozz Wilson"), Pat Randall (as "Flo Marciano, Al Marciano's wife-partner"), Doris Roberts (as "Rae Wilson, Schnozz Wilson's wife-partner"), John Strasberg (as "Red, local contestant"), Ralph Waite (as "Ensemble/Minister") [Broadway debut], Iggie Wolfington (as "Bozo Bazoo"). Produced by The Actors Studio.

(1967). Stage Play: The Natural Look. Comedy. Written by Leonora Thuna. Scenic Design by Ed Wittstein. Directed by Martin Fried. Longacre Theatre: 11 Mar 1967 (1 performance + 18 previews that began on 23 Feb 1967). Cast: Patrik Baldauff [credited as Patrick Baldauff] (as "Norman Carmichael"), Ethel Griffies (as "Countess"), Gene Hackman (as "Dr. Barney Harris"), Zohra Lampert (as "Jane Fenice"), Jerry Orbach (as "Malcolm"), Doris Roberts (as "Edna"), Dolph Sweet (as "Stever Kenny"), Brenda Vaccaro (as "Reedy Harris"), Andreas Voutsinas (as "Addison Demas"). Produced by David Black, Helen Harvey and Lorin E. Price. Produced in association with Susan Slade.

(1955). Stage Play: The Desk Set. Comedy. Written by William Marchant. Directed by Joseph Fields. Broadhurst Theatre: 24 Oct 1955-5 July 1956 (296 performances). Cast: Dorothy Blackburn, Shirley Booth (as "Bunny Watson"), Frank Milan, Clarice Blackburn, Wayne Carson, Harry Ellerbe, Anne Marie Geyer, Mary Gildea (as "The Lady in the Blue Suit"), Louis Gossett Jr., Sterling Johnson, Doris Roberts (as "Miss Rumple"), Frank Roberts, Byron Sanders, Mike Steen, Joyce Van Patten (as "Elsa"), Elizabeth Wilson. Produced by Robert Fryer and Lawrence Carr. Note: Filmed by 20th Century Fox as Desk Set (1957).

(April 16 to June 28, 1992) She acted in Terrence McNally's play, "It's Only a Play," in presented by the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson at the James A. Doolittle (University of California) Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Paul Benedict, Eileen Brennan, Zeljko Ivanek, Dana Ivey, Sean O'Bryan, David Pierce and Charles Nelson Reilly in the cast. John Tillinger was director.

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