Judith Malina was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in her acting career, Malina landed roles in various films, including the experimental "Diaries, Notes and Sketches" (1969) with Timothy Leary, the Al Pacino crime feature "Dog Day Afternoon" (1975) and the Mia Farrow comedy "Radio Days" (1987). She also appeared in the comedy "The Secret of My Success" (1987) with Michael J. Fox. She kept working in film throughout the eighties and the nineties, starring in "Histoires d'Amerique" (1989), the documentary "Heavy Petting" (1989) with David Byrne and the Lena Olin dramatic comedy "Enemies, A Love Story" (1989). She also appeared in the drama "No Picnic" (1990) with David Brisbin. In her more recent career, she tackled roles in the Mike Starr dramedy "The Deli" (1997), the Jude Law comedy "Music From Another Room" (1998) and "Let It Snow" (2001). She also appeared in the documentary "Jack Smith & the Destruction of Atlantis" (2007) with Mario Montez and "When in Rome" (2010) with Kristen Bell. Malina most recently appeared on the documentary "Paul Goodman Changed My Life" (2011) with Geoffrey Gardner.