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|Other names||Susan Duvall|
Susan "Tootsie" Duvall
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Tootsie Duvall (sometimes credited as Susan Duvall or Susan "Tootsie" Duvall) is an American film, theatre and television actress.
She was born Susan Steinweidle.
In recent years, she is known for her role as Assistant Principal Marcia Donnelly in the television series The Wire .
Larry SimonGelbart was an American television writer, playwright, screenwriter, director and author, most famous as a creator and producer of the television series M*A*S*H, and as co-writer of the Broadway musicals A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and City of Angels.
Tootsie is a 1982 American romantic comedy film directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Dustin Hoffman. Its supporting cast includes Pollack, Jessica Lange, Teri Garr, Dabney Coleman, Bill Murray, Charles Durning, George Gaynes, Geena Davis, and Doris Belack. The film tells the story of a talented but volatile actor whose reputation for being difficult forces him to adopt a new identity as a woman to land a job. The film was adapted by Larry Gelbart, Barry Levinson, Elaine May and Murray Schisgal from a story by Gelbart and Don McGuire.
Jean Stapleton was an American character actress of stage, television and film.
Margaret JoBeth Williams is an American actress and television director. Her directorial debut with the 1994 short film On Hope earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Live Action Short Film. In 2009 she began serving as president of the Screen Actors Guild Foundation; she is President Emeritus of the foundation.
Donna Pescow is an American film and television actress and director. She is known for her co-starring roles as Annette in the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever, Angie Falco Benson in the 1980s sitcom Angie, Donna Garland in the sitcom Out of This World, and Eileen Stevens in the Disney Channel sitcom Even Stevens.
Shelley Alexis Duvall is an American former actress, producer, writer and singer, who is best known for her portrayals of various eccentric characters. She has received various accolades, which include a Cannes Film Festival Award, a Peabody Award, two Emmy Award nominations, and a BAFTA Award nomination.
Barbara Barrie is an American actress of film, stage and television. She is also an author.
Steven Francis Kanaly is an American actor, best known for his role as Ray Krebbs on the CBS primetime soap opera Dallas.
Sheree North was an American actress, dancer, and singer, known for being one of 20th Century-Fox's intended successors to Marilyn Monroe.
Rosemary Anne Leach was a British stage, television and film actress. She won the 1982 Olivier Award for Best Actress in a New Play for 84, Charing Cross Road and was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her roles in the films That'll Be the Day (1973) and A Room with a View (1986).
Faerie Tale Theatre is a 1982-1987 American live-action fairytale fantasy anthology television series of 27 episodes, that originally aired on Showtime from September 11, 1982 until November 14, 1987. It is a retelling of 25 fairy tales, particularly those by The Brothers Grimm, Charles Perrault, and Hans Christian Andersen, plus the poem "The Pied Piper of Hamelin". Shelley Duvall is the series creator, host, executive producer alongside Bridget Terry and Fred Fuchs, occasional star and narrator, and voice of the animatronic Nightingale. The series, which featured numerous Hollywood stars in character roles, was directed by Francis Ford Coppola, Emile Ardolino, Tim Burton and others. This is one of the first examples of cable original programming, alongside HBO's Fraggle Rock.
Susan Ellen Anton is an American actress and singer.
Peter Medak is a Hungarian-born film director and television director of British and American productions.
Tricia O'Neil is an American actress.
Robert Joseph Hogan is an American actor. While not a stranger to the big screen or the stage, Hogan is best known to audiences for his highly prolific career in American television which began in 1961. While he has never been a member of the main cast of a critically successful television series, he has portrayed numerous recurring characters on programs such as Alice; Another World; As the World Turns; Days of Our Lives; Deadline; General Hospital; Law & Order; Murder, She Wrote; One Life to Live; Operation Petticoat; Peyton Place and The Wire. His guest star appearances on other television series encompass more than 90 shows over the last five decades. The character of US Army Air Forces colonel Robert Hogan on Hogan's Heroes was named after him by friend and series creator Bernard Fein.
Doris Belack was an American character actress of stage, film and television.
Fred Wolf is an American animator. His works include the 1967 short subject The Box, for which he won an Academy Award; television specials such as The Point! and Free to Be...You and Me, and television series such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, James Bond Jr., and Sarah Ferguson’s Budgie the Little Helicopter. Wolf was also responsible for the famous Tootsie Pops “How Many Licks” commercial.
Suzanne Bertish is an English actress.
Susan Gaye Tolsky is an American former actress and voice actress. Her career began in the late 1960s, when she had a main role as Biddie Cloom on the ABC comedy Western series Here Come the Brides (1968–70). She was also a series regular on the variety series The New Bill Cosby Show (1972–73). Following guest appearances on several sitcoms throughout the decade, Tolsky was part of the main cast as Bernadette Van Gilder on the syndicated sitcom Madame's Place (1982–83).
Stepfanie Kramer is an American actress, writer, and singer/songwriter. She played detective Sgt. Dee Dee McCall on the NBC series Hunter. She was nominated for an Emmy in Special Class Programming and won Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actress from First Americans in the Arts Awards in 1995, 2002, and 2003. Kramer has written and directed for television, and is also a singer/songwriter.
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