|Along with Alfre Woodard, she founded Artists for a Free South Africa in 1989.|
|Sold books at Doubleday's while attending the first-year program at New York's Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre.|
|Appeared on the London Stage in 1987 opposite then-husband Malcolm McDowell in an updated version of Philip Barry's Holiday.|
|Won two awards for her involvement in social and charitable causes: a Desert AIDS Project Award in 1995 and Liberty Hill Foundation's prestigious Upton Sinclair Award a year later.|
|Was appointed the national spokesperson of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation in 1997.|
|Met second husband Ted Danson in 1994 on the set of the reviled road pic Pontiac Moon. They married the following year and subsequently collaborated on many projects, including the mi|
|Made her Broadway debut in the 1993 production of Candida and her Los Angeles stage debut a year later in Marvin's Room.|
|Was discovered by Jack Nicholson in the reception room of Paramount's New York office. He later cast her as the lead in his second directorial effort, 1978's Western Goin' South.|
|Cofounded and acted with the improvisational-comedy troupe Cracked Tokens, which performed skits for the halfway houses of NYC's Bureau of Alcoholism.|
|Breakout TV role was in the 1985 Showtime miniseries F. Scott Fitzgerald's Tender Is the Night, for which she earned a Best Actress BAFTA nomination.|
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