Jane alexander. Jane Alexander

Jane Alexander

Jane alexander

They had one son, , in 1964, and the couple divorced a decade later. External video , In 1993, appointed Alexander chairperson of the , the organization that had provided partial funding for The Great White Hope at Arena Stage. She has received a total of seven Tony Award nominations and was inducted into the in 1994. Edwin Sherin died at the age of 87, on May 4, 2017. . She went on to star in the film version of in 1970 and received the first of four nominations for her performance.

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Jane Alexander

Jane alexander

Her character, a psychotherapist, serves as the connecting link between three couples coping with relational and sexual difficulties. Like her co-star, , she went on to play the part both on 1968 , winning a Tony Award for her performance, and in the film version 1970 , which earned her an Oscar nomination. An eight-time Emmy nominee, she received her first nomination for playing in 1976 , a role that required her to age from 18 to 60. Gortimer Nominated— 2005 Nominated— 2006 The Way Helen Warden 2007 Dr. Alexander co-starred with in Steven Gether's teleplay and production of A Circle of Children 1977 , based on Mary MacCracken's autobiographical book about emotionally disturbed children with an emphasis on , which won Gether an Emmy. The experience solidified her determination to continue acting.

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Jane Alexander

Jane alexander

Her subsequent Oscar nominations were for 1976 , 1979 , and 1983. Alexander's additional screen credits include All the President's Men 1976 , 1979 , and 1983 , all of which earned her Oscar nods, 1980 , 1999 , and 2006 , in which she played Gertrude Nemerov, mother of , played in the film by. Alexander starred in the original theatrical production of The Great White Hope under Sherin's direction at Arena Stage prior to the play's Broadway debut. Alexander is also a fellow of the. The play was revived in March 17, 1972, at the in Los Angeles with Alexander, , , , , , , , and among the cast with directing. Alexander also played the protagonist, Dr. Patrick Campbell 1982 Sandy Caldwell 1984 When She Says No Nora Strangis 1984 Calamity Jane Calamity Jane Martha Jane Canary Nominated— 1985 Hedda Hopper a.

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Jane Alexander

Jane alexander

She serves on various boards, including the , the , Project Greenhope, the National Stroke Association, and Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament, and she has received the Israel Cultural Award and the Helen Caldicott Leadership Award. Precinct 45: Los Angeles Police 1976 Judy Hoback Miller Nominated— 1978 Alicia Hardeman a. Between the two, they have four children, Alexander's son Jace and Sherin's three sons, Tony, Geoffrey, and Jon. In 2009 Alexander starred in Thom Thomas's play A Moon to Dance By at the Pittsburgh Playhouse and at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Greeley 2013 Joan Morgan 2017 Dr. She was elected a fellow of the in 1999.

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Jane Alexander

Jane alexander

Also while at Sarah Lawrence, she shared an apartment with , who would become Queen Consort of. She is a winner and two-time winner. She also had a minor role as Dr. Command Performance: an Actress in the Theater of Politics. Grasnik 2006 Gertrude Nemerov 2007 Esther Stevenson 2008 Mrs. May Foster 10 episodes 2008 Ednah Cheney 2011 Deck the Halls Nora Regan Reilly 2011—2015 Judge Suzanne Morris 5 episodes 2011 2013—2014 Diane Fowler 4 episodes 2013 Bookie 5 episodes 2014 Elizabeth 2 episodes 2014—2016 C. She has won two Emmys for for 1980 and 2005.

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Jane Alexander

Jane alexander

Glykeia patrida Greece 1987 Juanelle a. It was directed by her husband, Edwin Sherin. Alexander made her debut in 1968 in and won the 1969. Abraham Television Year Title Role Notes 1969 N. Alexander spent her junior year studying at the in Scotland, where she participated in the Edinburgh University Dramatic Society.

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Jane Alexander

Jane alexander

She graduated from , an all-girls school in outside of Boston, where she discovered her love of acting. May Foster, in the drama series. American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Other Broadway credits include, 1972 , 1988 , 1993 and 1998. In 1979, the trading card set was produced and distributed; one of the cards featured Alexander's name and picture. Encouraged by her father to go to college before embarking on an acting career, Alexander attended in , where she concentrated on theater, but also studied mathematics with an eye toward computer programming, in the event that she failed as an actress.

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