(1977-1984) Large series of very well known TV commercial
s for Polaroid cameras, with James Garner
(2000-2003) Series of radio commercials for The See Clearly Method.
(December 1996) Starred with Elliott Gould
in a theatrical production of Ira Levin
's "Deathtrap" at Jones Hall in Houston, Texas, USA, and with the same cast appeared in other cities as part of a national touring production throughout late 1996 and early 1997.
(July 6, 2005) Appeared as a panelist in the weekly Los Angeles staging of "What's My Line?" - a local revival of the classic TV game show at the Acme Comedy Theater, Los Angeles, California, USA.
(November 15-16, 2005) Appeared with Meredith Baxter
and Eden Riegel
in a theatrical presentation of "Agnes of God" at the Boston Court Theater, Pasadena, California, USA.
(Summer 1997) Starred in a theatrical production of "Sylvia" opposite Stephanie Zimbalist
at The Coronet Theater, Los Angeles, California, USA.
(Spring 2006) Theatrical presentation of her autobiographical one-woman show "If You Get to Bethlehem, You've Gone Too Far" at The Whitefire Theater in Sherman Oaks, California, USA.
(1975) TV commercial
for Nestle's Toll House morsels.
(October 3, 1990) Release of her autobiography, "Breaking the Silence", by Mariette Hartley and Anne Commire. Publisher: Putnam Adult, ISBN: 978-0399135835
(April 2, 2013) Contributed to BBC radio feature about her grandfather, trailblazing psychologist John B. Watson.
(1990s) Was the spokesperson for Eddie Z's Blinds & Drapery in several local TV commercial
s in the middle to later part of the decade, which aired in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, and other upper midwestern states.
(2003) She acted in Judith Viorst's play, "Love and Shrimp," in a Classic Contemporary American Play production at the University of Judaism Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Bonnie Franklin and Teri Ralston in the cast. Marilyn Shapiro was director. Shelly Markham composed music.
(1982) TV commercial
, "Here it Comes," with James Garner
, Mariette Hartley
, Robert Ridgely
, Dena Dietrich
, and Kim Richards
, for the Polaroid Sun camera.
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