Kathryn Grody was an accomplished actress who appeared in a variety of films throughout her career. Grody's acting career began mostly with her roles in various films, such as "Harry and Walter Go to New York" (1976), "The Big Fix" (1978) with Richard Dreyfuss and the comedy "Rich Kids" (1979) with Trini Alvarado. She also appeared in the Bette Midler drama "The Rose" (1979) and the Chris Makepeace drama "My Bodyguard" (1980). She also appeared in the TV movie "The Execution of Private Slovik" (1973-74). She continued to act in productions like the historical love story "Reds" (1981) with Warren Beatty, "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" (1981) with Richard Dreyfuss and the Randy Quaid comedy "Parents" (1989). She also appeared in "Quick Change" (1990). She also appeared in the TV special "The Exchange Student" (1984-85). Recently, she continued to act in the comedic drama "The Lemon Sisters" (1990) with Diane Keaton, the Michael J. Fox comedy "Life With Mikey" (1993) and the dramatic adaptation "Men With Guns" (1998) with Federico Luppi. She also appeared in the drama "Limbo" (1999) with Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. Grody last acted on "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" (2001-2011). Grody was married to Mandy Patinkin. The couple had two sons, Gideon Patinkin and Isaac Patinkin.