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Tyne Daly


Tyne Daly is best known for her work on TV's "Cagney and Lacey" and her performance as Rose in the 1989 Gypsy Broadway revival. She was also Tony-nominated for her most recent appearance on Broadway in the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Rabbit Hole.

Her other New York theater appearances include The Butter and Egg Man (NY debut), Mystery School (OCC nomination), Gypsy and The Seagull. Regional theater credits include She Loves Me, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, Queen Of The Stardust Ballroom, Private Ear/Public Eye, Oliver, The Birthday Party, Three Sisters, and Come Back Little Sheba (LA Drama Logue Award).

Film roles include John and Mary, Play It As It Lays, Zoot Suit, The Enforcer and The Simian Line, as well as television movies "Larry," "The Entertainer," "Kids Like These," "The Perfect Mother," "Cagney & Lacey" and "Intimate Strangers" (Emmy nomination). Her TV roles include "Judging Amy" (Emmy Award), "Christy" (Emmy Award), "Wings" (Emmy nomination), and "Cagney & Lacey" (four Emmy Awards). Recordings include Out of Town, Call Me Madam, Gypsy, The World According to Mr. Rogers (Grammy nomination) and John Hersey's Hiroshima.

Recent work includes The Agamemnon at the Getty Amphitheater in Los Angeles as well as a guest-starring stint on "Grey's Anatomy" and the film Georgia, which she co-stars with Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons. Ms. Daly was trained at the American Shakespeare Festival, Brandeis University and the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.

Feb. 2010
Tyne Daly