She appeared in the Broadway original production of "Mademoiselle Colombe" from January 6, 1954 to Febuary 27, 1954 in New York City.
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5' 3" (1.6 m)
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[In 2006]: 'The Stage!' I knew it was where I wanted to be, I loved it all. It became this great source of nourishment, spiritual nourishment, for me. I want to touch people with the meaning of life. What is thrilling about the theater is that it's a forum where people come and for those two or three hours belong to something, to ideas, to a feeling of being a member of the human race.
, in his autobiography "A Life," said that he was grateful to have Harris on the set of East of Eden
(1955) because she had a calming influence on James Dean
. Kazan praised Harris as both an actress and as a human being.