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Other Works

  • Featured in music video "Meet Virginia" by Train.
  • TV commercial for Noxzema Face Cleanser (1993)
  • TV commercial for Glintz hair products (1995)
  • Appeared in Heavy D's video "Nuttin' But Love" (1994)
  • Print Catalog for JC Penney
  • University of Kentucky Hockey 1999-2000 Calendar model
  • (2005- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (2005) Stage Play: Steel Magnolias, Drama. Written by Robert Harling. Scenic Design by Anna Louizos. Costume Design by David Murin. Lighting Design by Howell Binkley. Assistant Director: Jen Bender. Directed by Jason Moore. Lyceum Theatre: 4 Apr 2005- 31 Jul 2005 (136 performances + 23 previews that began on 15 Mar 2005). Cast: Delta Burke (as "Truvy"), Christine Ebersole (as "M'Lynn"), Rebecca Gayheart (as "Shelby"), Marsha Mason (as "Ouiser"), Lily Rabe (as "Annelle") [Broadway debut], Frances Sternhagen (as "Clairee"). Standbys: Patricia Kilgarriff (as "Clairee/Ouiser"), Ginifer King (as "Annelle/Shelby") and Sally Mayes (as "M'Lynn/Truvy"). Replacement actor: Ginifer King (as "Shelby") [12 Jul 2005- close]. Produced by Roy Gabay, Robyn Goodman, Danzansky Partners, Ergo Entertainment, Ruth Hendel, Sharon Karmazin, Susan Dietz, Ina Lea Meibach, Michael Galvis, Billy Huddleston, Elsa Daspin Suisman and Martha R. Gasparian. Associate Producer: Stephen Kocis and Bill Goodman. Note: Previously filmed by TrisStar Pictures/Rastar Films as Steel Magnolias (1989).
  • (2008) Stage Play: Boeing-Boeing. Comedy (revival). Written by Marc Camoletti [posthumous credit]. Associate Director: Mark Schneider. Directed by Matthew Warchus. Longacre Theatre: 4 May 2008- 4 Jan 2009 (279 performances + 17 previews that began on 19 Apr 2008). Note: Previously filmed by Hal Wallis Productions [distributed by Paramount Pictures] as Boeing, Boeing (1965).
  • (1989- 90). Print ads for Oglivie Precisely Right Perm hair products .
  • (2010) Appeared in American Sign Language's video "Make the World Accessible"
  • (2002) Appeared in a parody of the "priceless" commercials. In the video, she comes home from a date, only for the both of them to find out that her date has had his elbow on the intercom the entire time.

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