Murder, She Wrote 1964 - 1965, 1985 - 1987, 1991 - 1992, 1994 - 1995, 1999 - 2001, 2008 - 2009 (Tv Show)
The High School of Performing Arts
Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre
Bucks County Playhouse
Nabbed a part in the family comedy "Operation Insanity"
Appeared on the comedy "Jennifer Falls"
Played the part of Elaine Robbins on "Retired at 35"
Started voicing the role of Mallory Archer on the FX animated series "Archer"
Cast as Tabitha Wilson on "90210" (CW) a spin-off of the 90s series "Beverly Hills, 90210"
Appeared in three episodes of the TNT series "Saving Grace"
Cast as Lucille Bluth, the boozy, controlling mother on the FOX sitcom "Arrested Development"; earned a Supporting Actress Emmy (2005) nomination
Played Cynthia Stevenson's mother in the Lifetime sitcom "Oh Baby"
Appeared in the comedy feature "Slums of Beverly Hills"
Had short-term role on the ABC drama "One Life to Live"
Cast on the short-lived series "The Rountable" (NBC)
Provided the voice of the mother on "Dinosaurs" (ABC)
Returned to Broadway in Neil Simon's "Rumors"
Had regular role on "Aaron's Way" (NBC)
Played a bored affluent housewife in "The Flamingo Kid"
Was a member of an ensemble cast in "Bare Essence" (NBC)
Had recurring role on "Trapper John, M.D." (CBS)
Made miniseries debut in "Wheels" (NBC)
Cast on the short-lived syndicated series "All That Glitters"
Starred in the NBC series "Amy Prentiss"
Had one of her best screen roles as a psychotic in Clint Eastwood's "Play Misty for Me"
Returned to the stage in "The Women" for the Repertory Theatre of New Orleans
Made TV-movie debut in "The Immortal" (ABC)
Had a memorable screen role as Libby in "The Group"
Played William Shatner's wife on the short-lived CBS series "For the People"
Made feature film debut in "Lillith" starring Warren Beatty
Joined the CBS soap opera "Love of Life" as a regular cast member
Broadway debut as Liz in "Advise and Consent"
Stage debut in a Bucks County Playhouse production of "Middle of the Night"
Studied at New York's Neighborhood Playhouse.
Met her husband, actor Ron Leibman, when they were starring together in the Neil Simon play "Rumors."
"I love watching movies with people that I hate. I love those old movies with Bette Davis where she's the evil one. Because we all have that in us, and we can't really act on it as the audience, but we can watch the actor act on it and it sort of releases those feelings in us. You know, everybody has those feelings of rage and murder and manipulation, and we can't really do them in real life. So watching someone else do them, I think, is a release." - from Indiewire.com, May 21, 2013