Her credits at New York's Public Theater include: "Freydis" in "Marco Polo Sings a Solo" by John Guare
(1977), "New Jerusalem", a new play by Len Jenkin
(1979), and "Soot" in "The Marriage of Bette and Boo" by Christopher Durang
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5' 11¾" (1.82 m)
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I've lost a lot of roles because of my height. I'm 6 feet 3 inches in heels. Producers are short and I was never their sexual fantasy. As for actors, if I enter a room and an actor stands up then immediately gets self-conscious and sits back down, I hear myself saying, "This job isn't for me". I once offered to paint my shoes on my bare feet to get one part because it made me appear shorter.
Her father Sylvester L. Weaver Jr.
("Pat" Weaver), NBC-TV president (1953-55), pioneered the desk-and-couch talk show format that still survives on two programs he created - NBC's shows Today
(1952) and Tonight!
(1953) (aka "The Tonight Show").
Often plays fiercely independent, driven characters
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