Quintano School for Young Professionals
Center For Advanced Film Studies, American Film Institute
Guest starred as a woman with Alzheimer's on CBS' remake of "Hawaii Five-O"
Acted opposite son Mackenzie Astin in "The Four Children of Tander Welch"
Cast opposite real life son Sean Astin in the comedy "Bigger Than the Sky"
Starred in the CBS TV-movie "Love Lessons"
Executive produced and starred in the reunion telefilm "The Patty Duke Show: Still Rockin' in Brooklyn Heights" (CBS)
Starred as Sook in the CBS remake of the TV classic "A Christmas Memory"; undertook role based on Truman Capote's aunt originated by Geraldine Page
Starred as an Amish woman in the CBS "Hallmark Hall of Fame" presentation "Harvest of Fire"
Executive produced (as Anna Pearce) and starred in short-lived TV series "Amazing Grace" (NBC)
Starred in the NBC miniseries "A Matter of Justice"
Co-starred in romantic comedy-drama "Prelude to a Kiss"
Billed as Anna Duke-Pearce, co-produced TV adaptation of her memoirs titled "Call Me Anna" (ABC); also played herself
Starred in short-lived summer sitcom "Karen's Song" (Fox)
Reprised Martha Washington in "George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation" (CBS)
Had featured role in the movie "I Was a Teenage Boy"
Returned to sitcoms as the first female U.S. President in "Hail to the Chief" (ABC)
Elected president of the Screen Actors Guild (resigned 1988); second female to hold post
Played Martha Washington in the CBS miniseries "George Washington"
Co-starred opposite Richard Crenna on the ABC sitcom "It Takes Two"
Portrayed a lesbian in the Canadian-produced feature "By Design"
Acted opposite son Sean Astin in the ABC TV-movie "Please Don't Hit Me, Mom"
Played Annie Sullivan role in TV version of "The Miracle Worker" (NBC); won third Emmy
Featured with Fred Astaire and Helen Hayes in the NBC TV-movie "A Family Upside Down"
Co-starred in NBC miniseries "Captains and the Kings"; won second Emmy
Made TV-movie debut in "My Sweet Charlie" (NBC); won first Emmy
Starred in camp cult classic "Valley of the Dolls"
Starred on the ABC sitcom "The Patty Duke Show"; played identical cousins
Won Academy Award as Best Supporting Actress reprising her stage role in "The Miracle Worker"
Made Broadway debut as Helen Keller in "The Miracle Worker"
Appeared briefly on the NBC TV daytime serial "Kitty Foyle"
Appeared on the CBS daytime drama "The Brighter Day"
Made TV debut on "Kraft Theatre" (ABC, NBC)
Made film debut (as an extra) in "I'll Cry Tomorrow"
As a producer, Duke often used her legal name, Anna Duke-Pearce or Anna Pearce.