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  • (September 1999) Played a character named Soos in "The Country Club" at the Greenwich House Theater in New York.
  • Print ad for Buick, 2003.
  • TV commercial for "7-Up Plus" with Kristin Davis (2005).
  • (February 2006) : She played "Becca" in the "Rabbit Hole", a play by David Lindsay-Abaire (Biltmore Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).
  • TV commercial for Fresh direct (2006)
  • (October 2006) : Played "Jean Brodie" in "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie", a play by Jay Presson Allen (New York City, New York, USA).
  • (1984) Hurlyburly (1984). Written by David Rabe. Scenic Design by Tony Walton. Costume Design by Ann Roth. Lighting Design by Jennifer Tipton. Sound Design by Otts Munderloh. Make-Up Consultant: J. Roy Helland. Hair Consultant: J. Roy Helland. Directed by Mike Nichols. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 7 Aug 1984- 2 Jun 1985 (343 performances). Cast: William Hurt (as "Eddie"), Judith Ivey (as "Bonnie"), Harvey Keitel (as "Phil"), Cynthia Nixon [note: Performed in "The Real Thing" and "Hurlyburly" simultaneously] (as "Donna"), Ron Silver (as "Mickey"), Jerry Stiller (as "Artie"), Sigourney Weaver. NOTE: Replacement actors: Danny Aiello (as "Phil") [from 20 Mar 1985-?], Susan Anton (as "Darlene") [from 2 Jan 1985- ?], Christine Baranski (as "Bonnie") [from 2 Jan 1985- ?], Alison Bartlett (as "Donna") [from 10 Dec 1984- ?], Candice Bergen (as "Darlene") [from 23 Oct 1984- ?], John Christopher Jones {Sunday matinées only} (as "Eddie"/Alternate) [from 18 Nov 1984- ?], (as "Eddie") [from 5 Feb 1985- ?], Frank Langella (as "Eddie" [from 12 Mar 1985- ?], Harris Laskawy (as "Phil") [from 2 Jan 1985- ?], Natalija Nogulich, John Rubinstein (as "Eddie") [from 2 Jan 1985- ?], Kevin Spacey (as "Artie"), Lauren Tom (as "Donna") [from 10 Dec 1984- ?], Christopher Walken (as "Mickey"). Produced by Icarus Productions and Frederick M. Zollo. Produced in association with Ivan Bloch and ERB Productions. Associate Producer: William P. Suter.
  • 2008: TV commercials, to raise awareness for cancer research.
  • (2012) Print ads, along with Edie Falco, for the Stand Up 2 Cancer.org and AMGEN promoting infection risk awareness for patents undergoing cancer treatments.
  • (October 5 to December 17, 1989) She acted in Edward Albee's play, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," in the Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson Theatre production at the James A. Doolittle Theatre (University of California) in Los Angeles, California with Glenda Jackson, John Lithgow, and Brian Kerwin in the cast.

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