Lesley Ann Warren Net Worth

Lesley Ann Warren Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Lesley Ann Warren net worth is
$12 Million

Lesley Ann Warren Wiki Biography

Lesley Ann Warren was born on the 16th August 1946, in New York City, USA of part-Russian ancestry, and is an actress, probably still best recognized for starring in the role of Marja Fludjicki in the TV mini-series “Harold Robbins’ 79 Park Avenue” (1977), playing Norma Cassady in the film “Victor Victoria” (1982), and as Barbara Walker in the TV mini-series “Family Of Spies” (1990). Her career has been active since 1962.

So, have you ever wondered how rich Lesley Ann Warren is, as of mid-2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the size of Lesley’s net worth is over $12 million, accumulated through her involvement in the film industry as a professional actress.

Lesley Ann Warren Net Worth $12 Million

Lesley Ann Warren was raised in a Jewish family by her father, William Warren, who worked as a real estate agent, and her mother, Margot Warren, who was a singer. She went to the Professional Children’s School as well as The High School of Music & Art, then began to pursue her career in the entertainment industry when still a teenager, initially as a ballet dancer at the School of American Ballet. At the age of 17, she was accepted at the Actors Studio and her acting career began.

In 1962, Lesley made her debut appearance in the film “The Chapman Report”, followed by her breakthrough title role in “Cinderella” (1965), which marked the beginning of an increase of her net worth as well as her popularity. During the 1960s, she also appeared in the role of Bonda Jo Weaver in the TV series “Dr. Kildare” (1966), played Deborah Cabot in the film “Seven In Darkness” (1969), directed by Michael Caffey, and was chosen to portray Dana Lambert in the TV series “Mission: Impossible” from 1970 to 1971, steadily increasing her net worth.

Lesley’s next major role came in 1971, when she was cast as the title role in the TV film “Cat Ballou”, which was followed by a number of roles in such film and TV titles as “Pickup On 101” (1972), “S.W.A.T.” (1975), and “Harry And Walter Go To New York” (1976). In the following year, she was selected to play Marja Fludjicki in the TV mini-series “Harold Robbins’ 79 Park Avenue”, for which she won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress, adding a considerable amount to her net worth.

Afterwards, Lesley won her first nomination for an Oscar in the category of Best Actress in a Supporting Role in 1982, thanks to her portrayal of Norma Cassady in the film “Victor Victoria”, directed by Blake Edwards. This was followed by the role of Faye Hanlon in the 1983 film “A Night In Heaven”, starring alongside Christopher Atkins. She also appeared in such film and TV titles as “Clue” (1985), “Baja Oklahoma” (1988), which earned her CableACE Award for Best Actress in a Movie or Miniseries, and “Family Of Spies” (1990), for which she won nominations for Emmy and Golden Globe Awards – these appearances increased her net worth considerably.

The next decade increased the number of her roles, as she appeared in more than 15 film titles, including as Molly in “Life Stinks” (1991), Sondra in “Color Of Night” (1994), Elaine in “The Limey” (1999), and as Dawn Sloane in “Trixie” (2000), all of which contributed to her wealth.

The new millennium didn’t change too much for Lesley, as she appeared in the role of Tina in the TV series “Will & Grace” (2001-2006), portrayed Joan Holloway in Steven Shainberg’s film “Secretary” (2002), and was seen as Vee in the 2004 film “My Tiny Universe”. Moreover, in 2005, she won the role of Sophie Bremmer in the TV series “Desperate Housewives”, which lasted until 2011, and in 2008 was chosen to portray Jinx Shannon in another TV series. entitled “In Plain Sight”, through 2012.

To speak further about her career, Lesley was cast as Clara Jobs in the 2013 film “Jobs”, and as Susan in a film entitled “I Am Michael” in 2015. Most recently, she starred in the role of Elsa in the film “Between Us” and she portrayed Cornelia in the TV series “Blunt Talk”, both in 2016. She will also appear in the 2017 film “Dying: 101”, which will certainly increase her fortune.

Regarding her personal life, Lesley Ann Warren has been married to Ronald Taft since 2000. Previously, she was married to producer Jon Peters (1967-1974), with whom she has a son, Christopher Peters, a well-known actor and producer. Her current residence is in Los Angeles.

Full NameLesley Ann Warren
Net Worth$12 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 16, 1946
Place Of BirthNew York City, New York, U.S.
Height5' 8" (1.73 m)
ProfessionActress, Soundtrack, Producer
EducationActors Studio, Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School, School of American Ballet, Professional Children's School
SpouseRonald Taft (m. 2000), Jon Peters (m. 1967–1977)
ChildrenChristopher Peters
ParentsMargot Warren, William Warren
AwardsGolden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Drama
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie, Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for ...
MoviesVictor/Victoria, The Happiest Millionaire, Clue, Pure Country, Color of Night, A Night in Heaven, Life Stinks, The Limey, Secretary, Cinderella, Choose Me, Worth Winning, A Little Help, Peep World, When Do We Eat?, The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band, Baja Oklahoma, 10th & Wolf, Bound by...
TV ShowsIn Plain Sight, Mission: Impossible, Snip
1[on Color of Night (1994)] That was a real heartbreaker. My participation was mostly in the scenes with the therapy group, and each of us was supposed to have had a relationship with the Jane March character. Our director, Richard Rush, struggled with what went on between Bruce Willis' character and Jane March's character, and how he had envisioned that to go. It was a tough film--it was tense, it was difficult. I think Jane was only 21. Even though she had done The Lover (1992), she was a young, young, young girl, and she had a lot of anxiety about doing all that nudity and all that erotic stuff. Even though she knew what she had signed on to do, it doesn't matter; somehow when you get to the point where you have to do it, it's a different experience. I remember one night when we were shooting our little love scene in somebody's house, and we were upstairs, shooting past the allotted time that the city had allowed us to shoot. I don't remember what that was, maybe 10 or 11. The police were called, and the crew just said, "Keep shooting, keep shooting! Keep kissing her, keep kissing her!" We're half-undressed, with these police officers coming up the stairs. "Keep shooting! Keep shooting!" It was a little crazy-making for sure, but exciting in a way. All the characters were so intense and neurotic in their own issues, and it was fraught with a lot of high anxiety just because of its material.
2[on making Songwriter (1984)] What happened on "Songwriter" was that I was doing that movie, but with a different director. Sydney Pollack was producing, and I remember a week into shooting, I got a call from Sydney, and I thought, "Oh no. Oh dear." He said, "I want to tell you that we're replacing the director," and I said, "You're kidding, why?" He said, "They weren't happy with the way things look." I said, "Well, why not replace the cinematographer if you're not happy with how it looks?" He said, "Trust me, just trust me," and I said, "Well, who's directing?" And he said, "You'll see, you'll see . . . " And he surprised me with Alan Rudolph. It was really interesting, because from the first day of Alan's dailies, they looked extraordinary. So it's interesting how much impact a director will have on a cinematographer and the look of a film. It's definitely a collaborative situation . . . I was terrified, terrified in "Songwriter", because there I was, New York Jewish girl, singing country-western onstage with Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson. I mean, forget it. I was so terrified. Alan was amazing. He just kind of hand-held me during that entire experience.
3[on The Happiest Millionaire (1967))] I was a baby; I think I was 18, or maybe 18 and a half. I had just done Cinderella (1965), and I was touring a Broadway show. I had been asked to come out and do a screen test, which, in those days, was a real screen test. They put me up at the Beverly Hills Hotel for two weeks. I had rehearsals, I had to do costume fittings and hair consultations and makeup, etc. Then at the end, you do this full on-screen test, with dance numbers and musical numbers and acting scenes in costume. Getting that job, that wonderful role and incredible experience, was just a huge accomplishment for me. I got to know Walt Disney; he was very much present. This is a man who knew what hair ribbon I was wearing, as well as what they were serving at the commissary, as well as what the animators were doing. He was a genius, and he had such vision, such a hands-on approach to everything. So to be picked by him was such an unbelievable honor for me.
4[on landing Victor Victoria (1982)] I had my hair in braids and a baseball cap on and my agent at the time,Ron Meyer--who's now the head of Universal--called me and said, "You have to go in and meet Blake Edwards," and I said, "I can't! I have no makeup on." He said, "You have to. He's leaving for London tomorrow, you have to go meet him." So I went in, and we sat and talked for about 15 minutes, had a lot of laughs, and then he just said, "Do you want to do this role?" And I had not read the script, but I had seen Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) 11 times, and I had seen Pink Panther, and Days of Wine and Roses (1962) is a genius movie, so I said, "Yes, I want to work with you on whatever." And then I went home and read the script, and in the script Norma wasn't blonde, didn't have an accent and didn't have a dance number or a musical number. She was pretty much a classic chorine of the time. So I started to think about what I wanted to do with this role, and I made up this whole history for her. She grew up on the Lower East Side in a family of 14, and she had to yell to be heard. She worked at Woolworth's and read the movie magazines and wanted to look like Jean Harlow. I created this character in my head, and then I called Blake--he was already in London--and he said, "Yes." He sent his hair and makeup people and the costume designer, Patricia Norris, over to my house, and we created this character. When I walked on the set in hair and makeup for the first time, I thought, "I'm either going to be fired, or he's gonna love it," and luckily for me, he loved it. For me, she was very real. That's why I did that fabricated history, to fool myself, so she was a real person and had a real background and real reasons why she behaved the way she did. It was all for me. I know that some people work differently, but I have to work from the inside out. It doesn't matter how big the character is, there has to be a truthful core. And that's how I was taught; I studied with Lee Strasberg in New York, and he was my teacher for ten years, so that's how I was trained, and that's what I know. On top of that, if you have comedic sensibilities, you intuitively know how to bring that forward on top of a real person. What Blake would do a lot with me was, he would let the cameras roll and I would improvise, so a lot of what's in the movie is improvised. But I couldn't do that improvisation successfully if I didn't know who she was on the inside, operating from a real core.
5Your best is good enough. The only one you have to please is yourself.
6Good work is good work wherever it is.
7When I went to do Joseph (1995), it was working with Ben Kingsley that reignited in me my passion for acting. He was so dedicated and so impassioned himself, that it reignited that in me. That was a tremendous blessing.
8I find that there are more interesting roles for women my age in the independent world, which is not to say that there aren't phenomenal roles in studio films, but 99% of the time they go to Meryl Streep or a very short list of women. Very short. And because they want to work as well as we all do, they take them. So now there's not a lot left over.
9When I was a young girl, I had really long hair and I went to Jon Peters for the first time. He cut my hair within an inch of its life. I was traumatized!
10Trust your own instincts, go inside, follow your heart. Right from the start. go ahead and stand up for what you believe in. As I've learned, that's the path to happiness.
11I've been a character actress right from the beginning. I was no more like Cinderella in my real life than I was like the neurotic poet in Cop (1988). Age has nothing to do with being the kind of actress who relies not on magnetic personality, but on disappearing into the person you're playing instead. For my money, Michelle Pfeiffer's a character actress--it's got nothing to do with looks, or age, or whether it's the leading role.
12The truth is, I would do anything for Alan Rudolph. If he asked me to stand on my head and spit wooden nickels, I would. I love him. I loved working with him. I did two movies before with him [Choose Me (1984) and Songwriter (1984)], and they were some of the highlights of my working life. He's just an inspired guy and a great person to work with.
13[reflecting on her career] I have come far, but not far enough. It is still a man's world.
1Is one of 26 actresses to have received an Academy Award nomination for their performance in a musical; hers being Victor Victoria (1982). The others, in chronological order, are: Bessie Love (The Broadway Melody (1929)), Grace Moore (One Night of Love (1934)), Jean Hagen (Singin' in the Rain (1952)), Marjorie Rambeau (Torch Song (1953)), Dorothy Dandridge (Carmen Jones (1954)), Deborah Kerr (The King and I (1956)), Rita Moreno (West Side Story (1961)), Gladys Cooper (My Fair Lady (1964)), Julie Andrews (Mary Poppins (1964), The Sound of Music (1965), and Victor Victoria (1982)), Debbie Reynolds (The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964)), Peggy Wood (The Sound of Music (1965)), Carol Channing (Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)), Kay Medford (Funny Girl (1968)), Barbra Streisand (Funny Girl (1968)), Liza Minnelli (Cabaret (1972)), Ronee Blakley (Nashville (1975)), Lily Tomlin (Nashville (1975)), Ann-Margret (_Tommy(1975)_), Amy Irving (Yentl (1983)), Nicole Kidman (Moulin Rouge! (2001)), Queen Latifah (Chicago (2002)), Catherine Zeta-Jones (Chicago (2002)), Renée Zellweger (Chicago (2002)), Jennifer Hudson (Dreamgirls (2006)), Penelope Cruz (Nine (2009)), Anne Hathaway (Les Misérables (2012)), and 'Meryl Streep (Into the Woods (2014)).
2She's designated Elia Kazan's "Splendor in the Grass" as her favorite film.
3Acting protégée of Peter Graves.
4Gave birth to her 1st child at age 22, a son Christopher Peters on September 23, 1968. Child's father is her now ex-1st husband, Jon Peters.
5Offered the stage role of Norma Cassidy (her Oscar-nominated role) in the stage version of "Victor/Victor" starring Julie Andrews, but had to turn it down due to other movie commitments.
6Suffered from Anorexia nervosa in her teen years and into her twenties.
7Won the most promising newcomer on Broadway for her work in 110 in the shade in 1963.
8Was originally offered Jean Seberg's role in Paint Your Wagon (1969).
9Was in a relationship with choreographer Jeffrey Hornaday (1980-1987).
10Appeared as one of the celebrity models in a charity fashion show staged by Thierry Mugler to benefit AIDS Project Los Angeles. [April 1992]
11Was fired after only the second day of filming for The Devil You Know (2013) due to reported unreasonable 'diva' demands and tantrums. Similar reports were made back in 1997 when Warren wasn't getting star treatment for her Broadway show: 'Dream: the Johnny Mercer Musical Revue'.
12Friend of Marianne Williamson.
13Played Lois Lane in a television production of the musical It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman! (1975), and later screen tested for the role in Superman (1978).
14Lesley was to co-star in the beautician comedy series Snip (1976), a TV takeoff of the Warren Beatty movie Shampoo (1975) starring David Brenner as a divorced hairdresser. Just before its scheduled September 30, 1976, debut, NBC abruptly canceled the show, so fast in fact that TV Guide did not even have time to remove a special feature on the show in its Fall Preview of September 18-24, 1976. Why? One of the show's supporting characters, a fellow hairdresser named "Michael", was openly gay and NBC got cold feet at the last minute. Had Snip (1976) premiered, it would have been a first on American series TV. Instead, Billy Crystal went on to receive that honor with his gay character a year later on the popular series Soap (1977). Seven episodes of Snip (1976) were completed when it got the ax. The only place the series ended up airing was in Australia, and it became the highest rated show in Australian history up until that time.
15Was extremely upset at first about her performance as the gangster's moll in Victor Victoria (1982) prior to its release, having thought she went horribly over the top. She did go over the top and the audiences loved her for it. Lesley was nominated for a "Supporting Actress" Academy Award, her only nod so far.
16Walt Disney hand-picked Lesley for the ingénue role in the film The Happiest Millionaire (1967) after her "Cinderella" success. This film was the last live-action movie Disney supervised before his death.
17Starred in an early 1970s busted TV pilot as "Cat Ballou," the role Jane Fonda made famous on film.
18Says her favorite genre is the Musical.
19Of all her television experiences, Warren said she had an especially great time on Will & Grace (1998) and Dr. Kildare (1961), and that her favorite television experience was the making of Cinderella (1965).
20When she first auditioned for Cinderella, she was so nervous that the audition tanked. She had to audition a second time, and then was hired.
21Started working on her first Broadway show (110 in the Shade) at sixteen and a half years old.
22Was very proud of her work in Willing to Kill: The Texas Cheerleader Story (1992), and was disappointed that it got clobbered by an HBO movie on the same story (The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom (1993)) that came out at about the same time, starring Holly Hunter.
23Was supposed to play the role of Brenda in Goodbye, Columbus (1969), but she got pregnant and had to be replaced. Ali MacGraw then got the part.
24Warren says she won the highly-coveted part of Susan's high-maintenance mom "Sophie" on Desperate Housewives (2004) because of her son, Christopher Peters.
25She once enrolled in an acting class with drama coach Stella Adler.
26At age 13, she won a scholarship to study with ballet legend George Balanchine.
27Her father was a World War II vet and realtor while her mother was a nightclub singer who stopped working when Lesley Ann was born.
28Is a vegetarian.
29Tried out for the role of Lois Lane in Superman (1978), but lost to Margot Kidder.
30Auditioned for the role of Liesl in The Sound of Music (1965).
31Lives in LA with her companion Ronald Taft, an ad executive.
32Was a student at the School of American Ballet when she switched to acting.
33Youngest actor ever to have attended NY's Actors Studio. She was 17.


Touched by an Angel2003TV SeriesKelly Cartwright
St. Sass2002TV MovieSlim Kaplan
Secretary2002Joan Holloway
Losing Grace2001Mary Reed
The Myersons2001
Wolf Girl2001TV MovieDr. Klein
The Quickie2001Anna
Delivering Milo2001Anna
Twice in a Lifetime2000TV SeriesRhonda Finkelstein / Sadie Arnstein
Trixie2000Dawn Sloane
Ropewalk2000Charlie's mom
Teaching Mrs. Tingle1999Faye Watson (uncredited)
Twin Falls Idaho1999Francine
The Limey1999Elaine
Jesse1999TV SeriesSusan
Ri¢hie Ri¢h's Christmas Wish1998VideoMrs. Rich
All of It1998Glenda Holbeck
Love Kills1998Evelyn Heiss
Going All the Way1997Nina Casselman
Natural Enemy1996VideoSandy
The First Man1996
Murderous Intent1995TV MovieGayle
Bird of Prey1995Carla Carr
Joseph1995TV MoviePotiphar's Wife
Aerosmith: Big Ones You Can Look at1994VideoJanie's Mother (video 'Janies Got A Gun')
Color of Night1994Sondra
A Mother's Revenge1993TV MovieCarol Sanders
Willing to Kill: The Texas Cheerleader Story1992TV MovieWanda Holloway
Pure Country1992Lula Rogers
In Sickness and in Health1992TV MovieAnita Mattison
A Seduction in Travis County1991TV MovieMelanie Evans
Life Stinks1991Molly
Lola1990TV MovieLola Baltic
American Playwrights Theater: The One-Acts1990TV SeriesFlora
Family of Spies1990TV Mini-SeriesBarbara Walker
Aerosmith: Janie's Got a Gun1989Video shortJanie's Mother
Worth Winning1989Eleanor Larimore
Baja Oklahoma1988TV MovieJuanita Hutchins
Cop1988Kathleen McCarthy
Faerie Tale Theatre1987TV SeriesJeanetta
Burglar1987Dr. Cynthia Sheldrake
A Fight for Jenny1986TV MovieKelsey Wilkes
Apology1986TV MovieLily
Clue1985Miss Scarlet
Evergreen1985TV Mini-SeriesAnna Friedman
Choose Me1984Eve
A Night in Heaven1983Faye Hanlon
Portrait of a Showgirl1982TV MovieJillian Brooks
Victor Victoria1982Norma Cassady
Treasure of the Yankee Zephyr1981Sally
Beulah Land1980TV Mini-SeriesSarah Pennington
Portrait of a Stripper1979TV MovieSusie Hanson
Pearl1978TV Mini-SeriesDr. Carol Lang
Betrayal1978TV MovieJulie Roy
Harold Robbins' 79 Park Avenue1977TV Mini-SeriesMarja Fludjicki / Marianne
Harry and Walter Go to New York1976Gloria Fontaine
Jigsaw John1976TV SeriesClaudine
Snip1976TV SeriesBeverly
The Legend of Valentino1975TV MovieLaura Lorraine (as Lesley Warren)
Harry O1975TV SeriesGail Stephens
Doctors' Hospital1975TV SeriesSybil Payson
S.W.A.T.1975TV SeriesLinda
Columbo1975TV SeriesNadia Donner
It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman!1975TV MovieLois Lane (as Lesley Warren)
Saga of Sonora1973TV MovieEmmy Lou
The Letters1973TV MovieLaura Reynolds (The Andersons Episode)
Night Gallery1973TV SeriesHyacinth
The Daughters of Joshua Cabe1972TV MovieMae (as Lesley Warren)
Pickup on 1011972Nicky
Assignment: Munich1972TV MovieCathy Lange (as Lesley Warren)
Police Surgeon1971TV SeriesLaura March
Cat Ballou1971/ITV MovieCat Ballou
Mission: Impossible1970-1971TV SeriesDana Lambert
Love Hate Love1971TV MovieSheila Blunden
Love, American Style1969TV SeriesTippi (segment "Love and the Divorce Sale")
Seven in Darkness1969TV MovieDeborah Cabot
Mod Squad1969TV SeriesVirginia 'Ginny' Wells
The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band1968Alice Bower
The Happiest Millionaire1967Cordy
Run for Your Life1966TV SeriesJulie Foster
Gunsmoke1966TV SeriesBetsy Payson
Dr. Kildare1966TV SeriesBonda Jo Weaver
For the People1965TV SeriesTerry
Cinderella1965TV MovieCinderella
The Chapman Report1962Sarah's Daughter (uncredited)
Blunt Talk2016TV SeriesCornelia
Between Us2016/IIElsa
Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce2016TV SeriesDina
It Snows All the Time2016Anne
The Sphere and the Labyrinth2015Wendy
Gigi Does It2015TV SeriesTretchy Feinberg
Community2015TV SeriesDeb Perry
I Am Michael2015Susan
TripTank2014TV SeriesDrifting Lady / Andrew's Mother
Psych2013TV SeriesLeslie
Jobs2013Clara Jobs
In Plain Sight2008-2012TV SeriesJinx Shannon
Working Class2011TV SeriesBarbara
Desperate Housewives2005-2011TV SeriesSophie Bremmer
Peep World2010Marilyn
A Little Help2010Joan Dunning
Forehead Tittaes2010Video short
Stiffs2010/IJoy Tramontana
Bound by a Secret2009TV MovieJane Tetley
The Diagnosis2008ShortLinda
Will & Grace2001-2006TV SeriesTina
10th & Wolf2006Tina
Miracle Dogs Too2006VideoNurse Bleaker
The Shore2005Mrs. Becky Harris
When Do We Eat?2005Peggy Stuckman
Crossing Jordan2002-2005TV SeriesArlene Lebowski
Constellation2005Nancy Boxer
My Tiny Universe2004Vee
Less Than Perfect2004TV SeriesDiane Steadman
Recipe for Disaster2003TV MovieMarie Korda
The Practice2003TV SeriesSylvia Bakey


The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story2009Documentary performer: "Detroit", "Are We Dancing", "'Bout Time"
Trixie2000performer: "All Over You"
Baja Oklahoma1988TV Movie performer: "Baja Oklahoma"
Clue1985performer: "For She's a Jolly Good Fellow" - uncredited
Victor Victoria1982performer: "Chicago, Illinois" - uncredited
The Muppet Show1979TV Series performer - 1 episode
It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman!1975TV Movie performer: "It's Superman", "What I've Always Wanted", "I'm Not Finished Yet"
The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band1968performer: "The Happiest Girl Alive", "'Bout Time"
The Happiest Millionaire1967performer: "What's Wrong With That?", "Valentine Candy", "I'll Always Be Irish", "Bye-Yum Pum Pum", "Are We Dancing?", "Detroit" - uncredited
Cinderella1965TV Movie performer: "In My Own Little Corner", "In My Own Little Corner" reprise, "It's Possible", "Waltz for a Ball", "Ten Minutes Ago", "Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful? Or Are You Beautiful Because I Love You?", "When You're Driving Through the Moonlight", "A Lovely Night", "Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful?" reprise


Ray Meets Helenexecutive producer post-production


The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics2008TV Movie documentary grateful thanks
Making 'Superman': Filming the Legend2001Video documentary short grateful appreciation
Taking Flight: The Development of 'Superman'2001Video documentary short grateful appreciation
Baja Oklahoma1988TV Movie very special thanks


Who Done It: The Clue2018Documentary filmingHerself
Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age2017Documentary post-productionHerself
Allee Willis Loves DetroitDocumentary filmingHerself
Untitled Geraldine Page DocumentaryDocumentary post-productionHerself
Ageism in Hollywood2016TV MovieHerself
25th Film Independent Spirit Awards2010TV SpecialHerself
Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History - 1980s, 1990s and 2000s2009Video documentaryHerself
Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History - 1960's2009Video documentaryHerself
Hollywood Singing & Dancing: A Musical History - 1970's2009Video documentaryHerself
The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story2009DocumentaryHerself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1950s: The Golden Era of the Musical2009Video documentaryHerself
The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics2008TV Movie documentaryHerself - Interviewee
AFI's 10 Top 10: America's 10 Greatest Films in 10 Classic Genres2008TV MovieHerself
The View2008TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure2008TV Movie documentaryHerself
Revisiting the Gallery: A Look Back2008Video shortHerself
Look, Up in the Sky! The Amazing Story of Superman2006TV Movie documentaryHerself
CMT Greatest Moments: George Strait2006TV SpecialHerself
The Tony Danza Show2005TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The 2003 IFP Independent Spirit Awards2003TV Movie documentaryHerself
American Choreography Awards2003TV SpecialHerself
Art of Darkness: A Night Gallery Retrospective2002TV Short documentaryHerself
Lesley Ann Warren: A Cinderella Story2000TV Movie documentaryHerself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs: America's Funniest Movies2000TV Special documentaryHerself
The 51st Annual Tony Awards1997TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The Rosie O'Donnell Show1997TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Sex, Censorship and the Silver Screen1996TV Series documentaryQuote Reader
The 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards1994TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The 16th Annual CableACE Awards1994TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
Willie Nelson: The Big Six-01993TV Special documentaryHerself
The 13th Annual CableACE Awards1992TV SpecialHerself - Audience Member
Showbiz Today1991TV SeriesHerself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1975-1991TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The 48th Annual Golden Globe Awards1991TV SpecialHerself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
The 16th Annual People's Choice Awards1990TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The 42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1990TV SpecialHerself - Nominee
The 10th Annual National CableACE Awards1989TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The 44th Annual Golden Globe Awards1987TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The 20th Annual Your Choice for the Film Awards1985TV SpecialHerself - Winner
The 42nd Annual Golden Globe Awards1985TV SpecialHerself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
The 41st Annual Golden Globe Awards1984TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The 55th Annual Academy Awards1983TV SpecialHerself - Nominee
Your Choice for the Film Awards1983TV SpecialHerself - Winner
The Eddie Rabbit Special1983TV MovieHerself
The 40th Annual Golden Globe Awards1983TV SpecialHerself - Nominee
The 36th Annual Golden Globes Awards1979TV SpecialHerself - Accepting Award for Best Actor in a TV-Series- Drama
The Muppet Show1979TV SeriesHerself - Special Guest Star
The 20th Annual Grammy Awards1978TV SpecialHerself
The 35th Annual Golden Globe Awards1978TV Movie documentaryHerself
Rolling Stone Magazine: The 10th Anniversary1977TV MovieHerself
Dinah!1977TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The Hollywood Squares1976TV SeriesHerself - Guest Appearance
The 28th Annual Tony Awards1974TV SpecialHerself - Presenter: Best Choreographer
The Don Knotts Show1970TV SeriesHerself
The Carol Burnett Show1967TV SeriesHerself
The Jackie Gleason Show1967TV SeriesHerself - Musical Guest
The 38th Annual Academy Awards1966TV SpecialHerself - Audience Member

Archive Footage

John G. Avildsen: King of the Underdogs2017Documentary
Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation!2008DocumentarySally
A Company of Players2008Video documentary shortHerself (uncredited)
Private Screenings2001TV SeriesNorma Cassady in 'Victor Victoria'
Superman: Screen Tests2001Video documentary shortLois Lane (1977)
Taking Flight: The Development of 'Superman'2001Video documentary shortLois Lane
Of Muppets and Men: The Making of 'The Muppet Show'1981TV Movie documentaryHerself
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1972TV SeriesAlice Bower

Won Awards

1978Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Actress in a Television Series - DramaHarold Robbins' 79 Park Avenue (1977)

Nominated Awards

2005Gold Derby TV AwardGold Derby AwardsComedy Guest ActressDesperate Housewives (2004)
2005OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Guest Actress in a Comedy SeriesDesperate Housewives (2004)
1995Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst Supporting ActressColor of Night (1994)
1991Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for TelevisionFamily of Spies (1990)
1990Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a SpecialFamily of Spies (1990)
1989ACECableACE AwardsActress in a Movie or MiniseriesBaja Oklahoma (1988)
1985Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion PictureSongwriter (1984)
1983OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actress in a Supporting RoleVictor Victoria (1982)
1983Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Actress in a Supporting Role - Motion PictureVictor Victoria (1982)
1971Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Supporting Actress - TelevisionMission: Impossible (1966)
1968Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsFemale New Face15th place.

3rd Place Awards

1982NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest Supporting ActressVictor Victoria (1982)

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