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Other Works

  • Host of TNN New Years Day Dallas Marathone January 1st 1999.
  • TV commercial for Fab detergent (1972)
  • the environmental special "What About Me...I'm Only Three" with Ann-Margret.
  • Appeared in "The Vagina Monologues."
  • From October 1, 2001 to February 2002, she played Mrs. Robinson in London's West End version of "The Graduate."
  • Directed "Murder in the First" from June 1 to 25, 2000 at the Rubicon Theater in Ventura, CA.
  • (2002) Starred as "Mrs. Robinson" in "The Graduate" at the Plymouth Theatre on Broadway, from September 17 - 22, 2002, while Kathleen Turner is on vacation.
  • (August 24, 2007 - September 15, 2007) Played Aurora opposite Suranne Jones and John Bowe in the stage adaptation of Larry McMurtry's "Terms of Endearment" at the UK's York Theatre Royal.
  • 2009: Print ad endorsement for Newbridge Silverware (The Leather Collection /Ireland).
  • (1975) TV commercial: Leggs Pantyhouse
  • (2015) Release of her memoir, "The Road to Happiness... Is Always Under Construction".
  • (January 27 to March 20, 2011) She played Bette Davis in Dan Gordon's adaptation of Bose Hadleigh's book, "Bette Davis Speaks," at the Indian Wells Theater in Palm Desert, California with Kathleen Noone (Bette Davis); Rolf Saxon (Bose Hadleigh) and Salome Jens (alternate for Bette Davis) in the cast. Dan Gordon was adapter. T.J. Castronovo was director. Mike Carazza and Heather Hundley were producers. Frank Montifore was co-producer. William Gilinsky was stage manager. Jeff Rack was set designer. Cary Tyler was sound designer and operator. Gil Trevino was light designer. Ana Castronovo was costume designer. Earl Wilson was Tech Team Leader. Mike Singer was publicity manager. Penni Thompson, Vicky Espin and Helen Machtolf were Box Office. Bill Gray was house manager.

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