Overnight success can be either a blessing or a curse as actress Cathy Moriarty could easily attest. While still in her teens, she landed the star-making role of Vicki La Motta, wife of the prizefighting champ in Martin Scorsese's classic "Raging Bull" (1980). The tall, blonde, husky-voiced Bronx native earned a richly deserved Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination and seemed poised for a promising career. But a bad marriage and a car accident derailed her career almost immediately. Moriarty followed "Raging Bull" with a fine turn in the black comedy "Neighbors" (1981) but then was off-screen for nearly six years. Her unfortunate comeback vehicle was the dreadful thriller "White of the Eye" (1987) and it was almost four years before she finally had a good role as the ambitiously bitchy daytime actress Montana Morehead in "Soapdish" (1991). While that performance followed by her stellar work as Armand Assante's lover in "The Mambo Kings" (1992) revitalized her career, she was mostly relegated to supporting parts like the hooker Reba in "The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag" and John Goodman's actress girlfriend in "Matinee" (both 1992).