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Occupation
  
Actress/Singer

Role
  
Singer



Name
  
Linda Lavin

Years active
  
1967–present

Albums
  
Possibilities

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Born
  
October 15, 1937 (age 86) (
1937-10-15
)

Alma mater
  
College of William and Mary

Spouse
  
Steve Bakunas (m. 2005), Kip Niven (m. 1982–1992), Ron Leibman (m. 1969–1981)

Parents
  
Lucille Lavin, David J. Lavin

Movies and TV shows
  
Similar People
  
Polly Holliday, Beth Howland, Vic Tayback, Ron Leibman, Philip McKeon

Profiles


Education
  
College of William & Mary

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Linda Lavin (born October 15, 1937) is an American singer and actress. She is known for playing the title character in the sitcom Alice and for her stage performances, both on Broadway and Off-Broadway.

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After acting as a child, Lavin joined the Compass Players in the late 1950s. She began acting on Broadway in the 1960s, earning notice in "It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman" in 1966 and receiving her first Tony Award nomination in Last of the Red Hot Lovers in 1970. She moved to Hollywood in 1973 and began to work in television, making recurring appearances on the sitcom Barney Miller before getting the title role in hit comedy Alice, which ran from 1976 to 1985. She appeared in many telefilms and later in other TV work. She has also had roles in several feature films.

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In 1987, she returned to Broadway, starring in Broadway Bound (winning a Tony Award), Gypsy (1990), The Sisters Rosensweig (1993), The Diary of Anne Frank (1997–1998) and The Tale of the Allergist's Wife (2000–2001), among others. In 2010, she appeared as Ruth Steiner in Collected Stories, garnering her fifth Tony nomination. She starred in NBC's short-lived sitcom, Sean Saves the World in as Lorna.

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Early life and career

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Lavin was born in Portland, Maine, the daughter of David J. Lavin, a businessman; and Lucille (née Potter), an opera singer. The Lavin Family were active members of the local area Jewish community. Her family was musically talented, and Lavin has been onstage since the age of five. She attended Waynflete School before enrolling in the College of William & Mary. While at William and Mary she performed with the William and Mary Theater in many productions directed by long-time Professor Howard Scammon. In the summer of 1958 she played one of the leads in The Common Glory, an outdoor drama written by Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright Paul Green and staged at an amphitheater on campus. Upon her graduation from William and Mary, she had already received her Actors' Equity Association card. She was a member of the Compass Players in the late 1950s. By the early 1960s, Lavin had appeared in several Broadway shows and appeared on the 1966 cast recordings of The Mad Show performing Stephen Sondheim's "The Boy From...". From It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman, one of her numbers, "You've Got Possibilities", was the album's best-received song and was called "The one memorable song...flirty, syncopated" by the Dallas Observer.

Television and film

In 1967, Lavin made an appearance as Gloria Thorpe in a television version of the musical Damn Yankees with Phil Silvers. In 1969, Lavin married actor Ron Leibman, and by 1973 the couple had arrived in Hollywood, California. After various guest appearances on episodic television series such as The Nurses, Rhoda, Harry O and Kaz, Lavin landed a recurring role as Detective Janice Wentworth on Barney Miller during the first and second seasons (1975–1976).

She left Barney Miller to star in the lead role in Alice. The show was a popular hit for CBS and ran from 1976 to 1985. The series was based on the Martin Scorsese-directed Ellen Burstyn film Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore. Lavin portrayed Alice Hyatt, a waitress and singer, the character that Burstyn had played. Lavin performed the series' theme song, "There's a New Girl in Town," which was written by David Shire and Alan and Marilyn Bergman and was updated for each of the first six seasons. During the series' nine-season run, Lavin earned two Golden Globe Awards and a Primetime Emmy Award nomination, and gained experience directing, especially during the later seasons. Lavin also played a dual role in Alice, as Debbie Walden, the wizened and former landlady of the character Vera Louise Gorman-Novak. Lavin also made numerous television appearances outside of Alice, including hosting her own holiday special for CBS, Linda in Wonderland (1980). She acted in two sitcoms, Room for Two (1992–93) and 1998's Conrad Bloom. In Room for Two, she played a mother who moved in with her daughter, played by Patricia Heaton, who has a show on a local television station. The daughter gives Lavin's character her own segment, called Just a Thought, at the end of her program.

After working in theater for many years, Lavin was cast in the NBC television sitcom Sean Saves the World (2013–14) playing Sean Hayes' pushy, meddling mother Lorna. The Los Angeles Times interviewer noted: "A highlight of the show is the wonderful chemistry between Lavin and Hayes, who exchange repartee and quips with breezy ease. And the cast seems smitten with her." The show has been cancelled.

She made numerous television guest appearances, including roles on The Muppet Show (1979), Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The O.C., Touched by an Angel (1999) and HBO's The Sopranos (2002).

She also appeared in many telefilms between 1967 and 1998, including: Damn Yankees!, Sadbird, The Morning After, Jerry, Like Mom, Like Me, The $5.20 an Hour Dream, Another Woman's Child, Maricela, Lena: My 100 Children, Whitewash, A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story, Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden, For the Future: The Irvine Fertility Scandal, The Ring, and Best Friends for Life. Lavin produced and starred in A Matter of Life and Death, the 1981 telefilm based on the work of nurse thanatologist Joy Ufema. She directed the 1990 telefilm Flour Babies.

Lavin made her feature film debut in The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984). Her other feature film appearances include See You in the Morning, starring Jeff Bridges, and Alain Resnais's I Want to Go Home, opposite Gérard Depardieu (both 1989) and The Back-up Plan (2010).

Theatre

Lavin began her career with Broadway appearances in the musical A Family Affair (1962) and plays such as The Riot Act (1963) and Carl Reiner's Something Different (1967). In his New York Times review of John Guare's two one-act plays, Cop-Out (1969), Clive Barnes wrote: "Miss Lavin...carries versatility almost to the point of paranoia, and camps up a storm."

She "arrived at showbiz stardom with a featured role" in the musical It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (1966). She received her first Tony Award nomination in 1970, for her role in the Neil Simon play, Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1969). Clive Barnes, in his review for The New York Times, wrote: "Linda Lavin, eyebrows, [sic] flaunting like telegraphed messages, mouth twitching and pouting, voice as dry as thunder and with a cough like electric static, is beautiful as Elaine, the sex cat feeling coolly kittenish and looking for a safe tin roof." Lavin's last Broadway credit before she moved to Hollywood was in Paul Sills' Story Theatre in 1971.

In her early years, Lavin also appeared in numerous Off-Broadway productions, including the revueWet Paint (1965), the musical The Mad Show (1966) and Little Murders (1969). Lavin won the Theatre World Award for Wet Paint and a Drama Desk Award for Little Murders.

After more than a decade away, appearing on television, Lavin returned to the Broadway stage in 1987, winning a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play and her second Drama Desk Award for her role as Kate in Simon's play Broadway Bound. Frank Rich, in his New York Times review, wrote: "One only wishes that Ms. Lavin, whose touching performance is of the same high integrity as the writing, could stay in the role forever." Theatre critic Charles McNulty wrote of her performance that it "is widely considered one of the most memorable in contemporary Broadway history, winning not just awards but praise approaching the level of myth. The distinguished theater critic Gordon Rogoff, extolling 'the power available only to an actor at the height of her own command of detail,' went so far as to describe Lavin's portrayal as 'one of those textbook lessons in great acting...' "

She then starred on Broadway in Gypsy as Mama Rose Hovick, replacing Tyne Daly in July 1990. June Havoc saw Lavin's performance in Gypsy and sent Lavin a photo of Havoc's mother, the real Rose Hovick, with a note of appreciation for Lavin's particular portrayal of the character.

Subsequent Broadway roles included The Sisters Rosensweig, as a replacement Gorgeous Teitelbaum starting in September 1993 and Mrs. Van Daan in The Diary of Anne Frank (1997–1998), opposite Natalie Portman, for which she garnered a Tony nomination as Featured Actress in a Play. In 1995 she appeared in the Off-Broadway Death-Defying Acts, which consists of three one-act plays; Lavin performed in the Elaine May ("Hotline") and Woody Allen plays ("Central Park West"). She was nominated for a Drama Desk Award (Outstanding Actress – Play) and won an Obie Award (Performance) and the Lucille Lortel Award. She also directed theater during this period.

She played Marjorie in The Tale of the Allergist's Wife (2000–2001), co-starring Tony Roberts and Michele Lee, for which she was nominated for a Tony Award, Leading Actress in a Play, and Drama Desk Award, and "nanny" for Helen (young Carol Burnett, played by Sara Niemietz and Donna Lynne Champlin) in Hollywood Arms in Chicago and on Broadway in 2002.

In 2010, Lavin appeared as Ruth Steiner in a Broadway revival of the play Collected Stories, reprising her role for a PBS production of the play, and received a fifth Tony nomination for the role. She appeared in the new play by Jon Robin Baitz, Other Desert Cities, Off-Broadway at the Mitzi Newhouse Theater (Lincoln Center) beginning in previews in December 2010, closing February 27, 2011. Lavin was featured in the Kennedy Center (Washington, DC) production of the musical Follies, from May 2011 to June 2011, as Hattie Walker.

She appeared in the premiere of the Nicky Silver play The Lyons at the Off-Broadway Vineyard Theatre, beginning in September 2011, through November 11. Ben Brantley, The New York Times reviewer, commented: "Watching Ms. Lavin, I found myself thinking of Nora from Ibsen's Doll's House – well, a pursed-lipped, lemony-sour, older Nora in pseudo-Chanel, one who's never at a loss for what to say and when to say it. Rita may be a little behind schedule in discovering herself, but no one can fault the hair-trigger timing of the actress playing her or the surprising dimensions she finds within one-liners." She reprised her role in the Broadway production, which opened at the Cort Theatre on April 23, 2012 and closed on July 1, 2012.

Lavin appeared in the new Nicky Silver play Too Much Sun, which opened Off-Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre on May 18, 2014. Ben Brantley, in his review for The New York Times wrote: "And it's an unconditional treat to witness an actress like Ms. Lavin tuned so precisely into the writer's wavelength that script and performance become a marriage of true minds."

Lavin appeared in 2015/16 on Broadway at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre in a Manhattan Theatre Club production of Richard Greenberg's Our Mother's Brief Affair.

In January 2017, Lavin appeared in New York City Opera's production of Leonard Bernstein's Candide at the Rose Theatre at Lincoln Center in the role of The Old Lady.

Cabaret and recording

Lavin has appeared in cabaret and concert performances. In 2005 she appeared at the Empire Plush Room in San Francisco, accompanied by Billy Stritch and her husband, Steve Bakunas. The talkinbroadway reviewer summed up her performance: "Linda Lavin is funny, warm and full of personality." In April 2006 she performed at Birdland (New York) "with her critically acclaimed cabaret act The Song Remembers When", with Billy Stritch. She performed with the Wilmington Symphony (Wilmington, North Carolina) in March 2012.

Her recording, Possibilities was released by Ghostlight Records in 2012. Steven Suskin wrote: "There is still that sweet, friendly sound of long ago (and 'sweet' and 'friendly' are not words you'd use to describe Lavin-the-actress)."

Personal life

Lavin has been married three times. Her first marriage to Ron Leibman ended in divorce in 1980. Her second marriage to Kip Niven, whom she met on the set of Alice, ended in a bitter divorce in 1992. While Lavin has no biological children, she was stepmother to the children of her second husband, and is stepmother to those of her third and current husband, artist/musician Steve Bakunas, whom she married in 2005. The couple had resided in Wilmington, North Carolina where they were committed community members working together to rehabilitate impoverished neighborhoods including renovating many homes, donating a park to the city and creating a community theatre, the Red Barn Studio. In 1997, Lavin founded The Linda Lavin Arts Foundation in Wilmington, "to promote and foster the advancement of the performing and visual arts, with special emphasis on arts in education. Her foundation has created a theater program called Girl Friends, whose purpose is to raise the self-esteem of at-risk teenage girls of the inner city."

In Wilmington, she was a stage director. One of her directorial credits was a 1998 production of William Shakespeare's As You Like It, updated to a Brazilian jazz style. In both Wilmington and New York she teaches master classes in acting and singing.

In September 2012 Lavin announced that she intended to sell her home in Wilmington and return to New York City. Lavin and Bakunas have lived in New York City since circa 2013–2014. In July 2016, the Luxury Living website posted Lavin's Central Park South apartment for sale at $1.25 million.

Awards and nominations

Lavin was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame for 2010 in January 2011. Tony Awards

  • 1970 Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play – Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Nominated)
  • 1987 Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play – Broadway Bound (Won)
  • 1998 Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play – The Diary of Anne Frank (Nominated)
  • 2001 Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play – The Tale of the Allergist's Wife (Nominated)
  • 2010 Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play – Collected Stories (Nominated)
  • 2012 Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play – The Lyons (Nominated)
  • Drama Desk Awards

  • 1987 Outstanding Actress in a Play – Broadway Bound (Won)
  • 2008 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play – The New Century (Won)
  • Obie Award

  • 1994–95 Outstanding Actress – Death Defying Acts (Won)
  • 2012 Performance The Lyons (Won)
  • Golden Globe Awards

  • 1979 Best TV Actress in a Musical or Comedy – Alice (Won)
  • 1980 Best TV Actress in a Musical or Comedy – Alice (Won)
  • 1981 Best TV Actress in a Musical or Comedy – Alice (Nominated)
  • Primetime Emmy Awards

  • 1979 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series – Alice (Nominated)
  • Filmography

    Actress
    2013
    Bob's Burgers (TV Series) as
    Gertie / Helen
    - Radio No You Didn't (2023) - Gertie (voice)
    - It Snakes a Village (2013) - Helen (voice)
    2022
    Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules as
    Barb
    2020
    B Positive (TV Series) as
    Norma
    - Juneau, Froyo and Ronald Reagan (2022) - Norma
    - Payroll, a Waterwall and Valley Forge (2022) - Norma
    - Osteoporosis, a Thaaang and a Slinky (2022) - Norma
    - A Boss, a Bear Claw and a Defibrillator (2022) - Norma
    - Dagobah, a Room and a Chimney Sweep (2022) - Norma
    - Louisville, Bubbaroo and Sully (2022) - Norma
    - S'mores, Elvis and a Cubano (2022) - Norma
    - Heartburn, Woodstock and Ribs (2022) - Norma
    - A Dog, a Mousse and a Bat (2021) - Norma
    - A Camper, a Compass and a Cannoli (2021) - Norma
    - A Dishwasher, a Fire and a Remote Control (2021) - Norma
    - Novocaine, Bond and Bocce (2021) - Norma
    - Baseball, Walkers and Wine (2021) - Norma
    - Bagels, Billiards and a Magic Show (2021) - Norma
    - Vermont, Switzerland and Connecticut (2021) - Norma
    - Love, Taxes and a Kidney (2021) - Norma
    - Life Expectancy (2021) - Norma
    - A Cute Asphyxiation (2021) - Norma
    - Miss Diagnosis (2021) - Norma
    - Love Life Support (2021) - Norma
    - Inflammatory Response (2021) - Norma
    - Canine Extraction (2021) - Norma
    - Recessive Gina (2021) - Norma
    - B Negative: Part 2 (2021) - Norma
    - B Negative (2021) - Norma
    - Integration Therapy (2021) - Norma
    - Phantom Limb (2021) - Norma
    - Open Heart Surgery (2021) - Norma
    - High Risk Factor (2020) - Norma
    - Joint Pain (2020) - Norma
    - Foreign Bodies (2020) - Norma
    - Die Alysis (2020) - Norma
    2021
    Being the Ricardos as
    Older Madelyn Pugh
    2021
    Call Me Back: The Uncommon Wisdom of Yvette Slosch (Short) as
    Yvette Slosch
    2021
    Naked Singularity as
    Judge Cymbeline
    2020
    Room 104 (TV Series) as
    Enid
    - No Dice (2020) - Enid
    2020
    Yvette Slosch, Agent (TV Series) as
    Yvette Slosch
    - A Dream Gig (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - The Pulitzer (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - It's Just a Meeting (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - The Art of The Deal (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - Winning Yom Kippur! (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - Commencement (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - The COVID International Jazz Festival (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - Sing a Song of Cuomo (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - Zoom Bomb! (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - Violinist of the Virus (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - A Fish Out of Water (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - Imagine! (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    - Carnegie Hall (2020) - Yvette Slosch
    2019
    Brockmire (TV Series) as
    Lorraine
    - Banned for Life (2019) - Lorraine
    2019
    Santa Clarita Diet (TV Series) as
    Jean
    - The Cult of Sheila (2019) - Jean
    - Forever! (2019) - Jean
    - The Chicken and the Pear (2019) - Jean
    - Belle and Sebastian Protect the Head (2019) - Jean
    2019
    Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase as
    Flora
    2019
    Girls Weekend (TV Movie) as
    Marie
    2018
    Madam Secretary (TV Series) as
    June O'Callaghan
    - E Pluribus Unum (2018) - June O'Callaghan
    2017
    9JKL (TV Series) as
    Judy
    - Tell All (2018) - Judy
    - Stalker Status (2018) - Judy
    - Fridays with Harry (2018) - Judy
    - Heavy Meddling (2018) - Judy
    - It Happened One Night (2017) - Judy
    - Set Visit (2017) - Judy
    - The Family Plot (2017) - Judy
    - Lovers Getaway (2017) - Judy
    - Make Thanksgiving Great Again (2017) - Judy
    - Nanny Wars (2017) - Judy
    - TV MD (2017) - Judy
    - The Key to Life (2017) - Judy
    - High Steaks (2017) - Judy
    - Cool Friend Luke (2017) - Judy
    - Relationship Guy (2017) - Judy
    - Pilot (2017) - Judy
    2017
    How to Be a Latin Lover as
    Millicent
    2016
    Manhattan Night as
    Norma Segal
    2016
    Mom (TV Series) as
    Phyllis
    - Mahjong Sally and the Ecstasy (2016) - Phyllis
    - Kreplach and a Tiny Tush (2016) - Phyllis
    2016
    Bakery in Brooklyn as
    Isabelle
    2015
    The Intern as
    Patty
    2015
    Bones (TV Series) as
    Judge Michael
    - The Verdict in the Victims (2015) - Judge Michael
    2014
    The Good Wife (TV Series) as
    Joy Grubick
    - The Deconstruction (2015) - Joy Grubick
    - Old Spice (2014) - Joy Grubick
    - Dear God (2014) - Joy Grubick
    2014
    A Short History of Decay as
    Sandy Fisher
    2013
    Sean Saves the World (TV Series) as
    Lorna Harrison
    - The Joy of Ex (2014) - Lorna Harrison
    - The Dark Sean Rises (2014) - Lorna Harrison
    - I Know Why the Caged Bird Zings (2014) - Lorna Harrison
    - The Wrath of Sean (2014) - Lorna Harrison
    - Trapped in the Closet: Part 2 (2014) - Lorna Harrison
    - Sean the Fabulous (2014) - Lorna Harrison
    - Best Friends for Never (2013) - Lorna Harrison
    - Of Moles and Men (2013) - Lorna Harrison
    - The Good, the Bad and the Sean (2013) - Lorna Harrison
    - Sean Comes Clean (2013) - Lorna Harrison
    - Nobody Puts Sean in a Corner (2013) - Lorna Harrison
    - Shut Your Parent Trap (2013) - Lorna Harrison
    - Date Expectations (2013) - Lorna Harrison
    - Busted (2013) - Lorna Harrison
    - Pilot (2013) - Lorna Harrison
    2013
    Holiday Road Trip (TV Movie) as
    Woman on Street (uncredited)
    2012
    Wanderlust as
    Shari Selman
    2010
    Maggie Tales (Short) as
    Narrator (voice)
    2010
    The Back-up Plan as
    Nana
    2004
    The O.C. (TV Series) as
    Sophie Cohen
    - The Chrismukkah Bar Mitz-vahkkah (2005) - Sophie Cohen (voice, uncredited)
    - The Return of the Nana (2005) - Sophie Cohen
    - The Nana (2004) - Sophie Cohen
    2002
    Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series) as
    Ursula Sussman
    - Shandeh (2002) - Ursula Sussman
    2002
    The Sopranos (TV Series) as
    Dr. Wendi Kobler
    - No Show (2002) - Dr. Wendi Kobler
    2002
    Courage the Cowardly Dog (TV Series) as
    Mama Bird
    - Dome of Doom/Snowman's Revenge (2002) - (voice)
    - Fishy Business/Angry Nasty People (2002) - (voice)
    - Mondo Magic/Watch the Birdies (2002) - Mama Bird (voice)
    - So in Louvre Are We Two/Night of the Scarecrow (2002) - (voice)
    - Feast of the Bullfrogs/Tulip's Worm (2002) - (voice)
    - Katz Under the Sea/Curtain of Cruelty (2002) - (voice)
    - Scuba-Scuba Doo/Conway the Contaminationist (2002) - (voice)
    - Hard Drive Courage/The Ride of the Valkyries (2002) - (voice)
    - Stormy Weather/The Sandman Sleeps (2002) - (voice)
    - Campsite of Terror/Record Deal (2002) - (voice)
    - King of Flan/Courage Under the Volcano (2002) - (voice)
    - Muriel Meets Her Match/Courage vs. Mecha-Courage (2002) - (voice)
    - The Quilt Club/Swindlin' Wind (2002) - (voice)
    2002
    Collected Stories (TV Movie) as
    Ruth Steiner
    1999
    Touched by an Angel (TV Series) as
    Amanda Randolph
    - Jagged Edges (1999) - Amanda Randolph
    1998
    Conrad Bloom (TV Series) as
    Florie Bloom
    - A Bloom with a View (1998) - Florie Bloom
    - To Hell in a Handbag (1998) - Florie Bloom
    - The Spazz Singer (1998) - Florie Bloom
    - Gone with the Re-Wind (1998) - Florie Bloom
    - The Unsinkable Conrad Bloom (1998) - Florie Bloom
    - The Rebound Guy (1998) - Florie Bloom
    - The Ultimatum (1998) - Florie Bloom
    - The Fixer (1998) - Florie Bloom
    - Pilot (1998) - Florie Bloom
    - Psycho Babbler, Qu'est-ce que c'est? - Florie Bloom
    - How Florrie Got Her Groove Back - Florie Bloom
    - When Good Relatives Go Bad - Florie Bloom
    1998
    Best Friends for Life (TV Movie) as
    Sarah 'Coop' Cooper
    1996
    The Ring (TV Movie) as
    Ruth Liebman
    1996
    For the Future: The Irvine Fertility Scandal (TV Movie) as
    Marilyn Killane
    1996
    Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden (TV Movie) as
    Earline
    1995
    A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story (TV Movie) as
    Virginia Funicello
    1994
    Whitewash (TV Movie) as
    Ms. Steunberg (voice)
    1992
    Room for Two (TV Series) as
    Edie Kurland
    - 'M' Is for the Many Things (1993) - Edie Kurland
    - Big Noise from Mendota (1993) - Edie Kurland
    - Moving On (1993) - Edie Kurland
    - To Book or Not to Book (1993) - Edie Kurland
    - Sex, Rugs, and Rock 'n' Roll (1993) - Edie Kurland
    - Look Ma, Four Hands (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - A Home, a Loan (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - All Edie's Children (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - All Men Are Created Equal, Bummer (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - Dog Day Afternoons (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - The Night of the Living Lou (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - And Now, a Pause for Menopause (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - Ken, We Hardly Knew Ye- Much (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - A Night with the Jetsons (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - If It's Saturday, It Must Be Meat Loaf (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - My Right Foot (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - A Couple of Couples (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - Little White Lies (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - A Couch with a View (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - Winners and Other Losers (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - Psyched! (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - Private Parts (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - Help (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - Whose Mouth Is It Anyway? (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - Not Quite- Room for Two (1992) - Edie Kurland
    - Pilot (1992) - Edie Kurland
    1989
    I Want to Go Home as
    Lena Apthrop
    1989
    See You in the Morning as
    Sidney
    1987
    Lena: My 100 Children (TV Movie) as
    Lena Kuchler-Silberman
    1987
    A Place to Call Home (TV Movie) as
    Liz Gavin
    1986
    Maricela (TV Movie) as
    Mrs. Gannett
    1976
    Alice (TV Series) as
    Alice Hyatt / Mrs. Walden
    - Th-th-th-that's All Folks (1985) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera's Grounded Gumshoe (1985) - Alice Hyatt
    - One on One (1985) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Night They Raided Debbie's (1985) - Alice Hyatt / Mrs. Walden
    - Alice Doesn't Work Here Anymore: Part 2 (1985) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice Doesn't Work Here Anymore: Part 1 (1985) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera, the Nightbird (1985) - Alice Hyatt
    - Kiss the Grill Goodbye (1985) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera's Anniversary Blues (1985) - Alice Hyatt
    - Footloose Mel (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Undercover Mel (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Tommy's Lost Weekend (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Houseful of Hunnicutts (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Big Bad Mel (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Space Sharples (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Romancing Mr. Stone (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Be It Ever So Crowded (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel Spins His Wheels (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Don't Play It Again, Elliot (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Jolene Is Stuck on Mel (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera's Fine Feathered Friends (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - My Dinner with Debbie (1984) - Alice Hyatt / Mrs. Walden
    - Dollars to Donuts (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice's Hot Air Romance (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice and the Devoted Dentist (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Lies My Mother Told Me (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Jolene Throws a Curve (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera, the Horse Thief (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Tommy Goes Overboard (1984) - Alice Hyatt
    - Tis the Season to Be Jealous (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Robot Wore Pink (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera's Wedding (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera Gets Engaged (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Over-the-Hill Girls (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - It Had to Be Mel (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice's Blind Date (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Jolene Gets Her Wings (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera's Secret Lover (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel Is Hogg-Tied (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Jolene Lets the Cat Out of the Bag (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Tommy Hyatt, Business Consultant (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Sweet Erasable Mel (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel's Cousin Wendy? (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera on the Lam (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Tommy Fouls Out (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Grass Is Always Greener (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera, the Torch (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Come Back Little Sharples (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel's Dream Car (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Jolene and the Night Watchman (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Tommy, the Jailbird (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice Faces the Music (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera the Virtuoso (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice Sees the Light (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Jolene's Brother Jonas (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Carrie on the Rebound (1983) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice's Turkey of a Thanksgiving (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Joel Grey Saves the Day (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice at the Palace (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Secret of Mel's Diner (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Do You Take This Waitress? (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Sorry, Wrong Lips! (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - My Mother the Landlord (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Spell Mel's (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Monty Falls for Alice (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera's Reunion Romance (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Give My Regrets to Broadway (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel Wins by a Nose (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Jolene Hunnicutt, Dynamite Trucker (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice and the Acorns (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Best Little Waitress in the World (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Valentine's Day Massacre (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Sharples vs. Sharples (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera, Queen of the Soaps (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Not with My Niece, You Don't (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice Calls the Shots (1982) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Wild One (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel's Christmas Carol (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - After Mel's Gone (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera's Bouncing Check (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel's Cousin, Wendell (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice's Big Four-Oh! (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice's Halloween Surprise (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Comrade Mel (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Guinness on Tap (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Bet a Million, Mel (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Baby Makes Five (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Who's Kissing the Great Chef of Phoenix? (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice Strikes Up the Band (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Great Escape (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Macho, Macho Mel (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Carrie Chickens Out (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice's Son, the Drop-Out (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Bye Bye Birdie (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Jerry Reed Fish Story (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera Goes Out on a Limb (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice Locks Belle Out (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Henry's Bitter Half (1981) - Alice Hyatt
    - Carrie Sings the Blues (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - The New Improved Mel (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Tommy's T.K.O. (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera's Aunt Agatha (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Too Many Robert Goulets (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Hello Vegas, Goodbye Diner (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Dog Day Evening (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel and the Green Machine (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Here Comes Alice Cottontail (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Cook's Tour (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Profit Without Honor (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera, the Vamp (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - One Too Many Girls (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - For Whom the Belle Toils (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Flo's Farewell (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Auld Acquaintances Should Be Forgot (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - My Funny Valentine Tux (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Carrie's Wedding (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice Beats the Clock (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice in TV Land (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Good Buddy Flo (1980) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel, the Magi (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - My Cousin, Art Carney (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Cabin Fever (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel's in the Kitchen with Dinah (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Carrie Sharples Strikes Again (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Little Alice Bluenose (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Flo's Chili Reception (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera Robs the Cradle (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel Loves Marie (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mona Lisa Alice (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Has Anyone Here Seen Telly? (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Flo Finds Her Father (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - My Fair Vera (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - If the Shoe Fits (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Last Stow It: Part 2 (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Last Stow It: Part 1 (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice's Decision (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera's Broken Heart (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel Grows Up (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Tommy's First Love (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Fourth Time Around (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - Sweet Charity (1979) - Alice Hyatt
    - What're You Doing New Year's Eve? (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Reporter (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Bus (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Principal of the Thing (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - A Slight Case of ESP (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Happy Hoofers (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Who Ordered the Hot Turkey? (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel's in a Family Way (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Better Never Than Late (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - What Happened to the Class of '78? (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Block Those Kicks (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera's Popcorn Romance (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Citizen Mel (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Car Wars (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Take Him, He's Yours (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Earthquake (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel's Recession (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Star in the Storeroom (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Don't Lock Now (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel's Big Five-O (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Cuban Connection (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Florence of Arabia (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Love Me, Love My Horse (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Pharmacist (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Close Encounters of the Worst Kind (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Love Is a Free Throw (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Eyes of Texas (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - Oh, George Burns! (1978) - Alice Hyatt
    - A Semi-Merry Christmas (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - Love Is Sweeping the Counter (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - That Old Back Magic (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Sixty Minutes Man (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - Single Belles (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice by Moonlight (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - 86 the Waitresses (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Indian Taker (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Second Time 'Round (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel's Happy Burger (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Bundle (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel's Cup (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - A Night to Remember (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Odd Couple (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Pain of No Return (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Hex (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Failure (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Accident (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mel's in Love (1977) - Alice Hyatt
    - Vera's Mortician (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mother-in-Law: Part 2 (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - Mother-in-Law: Part 1 (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - Who Killed Bugs Bunny? (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Dilemma (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - Good Night, Sweet Vera (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - Big Daddy Dawson's Coming (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - Sex Education (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - The Last Review (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - A Call to Arms (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - Pay the Fifty Dollars (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - A Piece of the Rock (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - Alice Gets a Pass (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    - Pilot (1976) - Alice Hyatt
    1984
    The Muppets Take Manhattan as
    Kermit's Doctor
    1983
    Another Woman's Child (TV Movie) as
    Terry DeBray
    1981
    A Matter of Life and Death (TV Movie) as
    Nurse Joy Ufema
    1980
    The $5.20 an Hour Dream (TV Movie) as
    Ellen Lissick
    1979
    The Mary Tyler Moore Hour (TV Series) as
    Linda Lavin
    - Episode #1.9 (1979) - Linda Lavin
    1979
    Kaz (TV Series) as
    Helen 'Frenchy' Russo
    - A Fool for a Client (1979) - Helen 'Frenchy' Russo
    1978
    Like Mom, Like Me (TV Movie) as
    Althea Gruen
    1977
    Family (TV Series) as
    Annie Laurie
    - Annie Laurie (1977) - Annie Laurie
    1976
    Phyllis (TV Series) as
    Margaret Gates
    - Widows, Merry and Otherwise (1976) - Margaret Gates
    1975
    Barney Miller (TV Series) as
    Det. Janice Wentworth
    - Massage Parlor (1976) - Det. Janice Wentworth
    - Block Party (1976) - Det. Janice Wentworth
    - Grand Hotel (1975) - Det. Janice Wentworth
    - Heat Wave (1975) - Det. Janice Wentworth
    - Ms. Cop (1975) - Det. Janice Wentworth
    1975
    Harry O (TV Series) as
    Alice
    - Group Terror (1975) - Alice
    1974
    Rhoda (TV Series) as
    Linda Monroe
    - The Shower (1974) - Linda Monroe
    1974
    Jerry (TV Movie) as
    Nina Pope
    1974
    The Morning After (TV Movie) as
    Toni
    1971
    The Great American Dream Machine (TV Series)
    - Episode dated 13 January 1971 (1971)
    1969
    CBS Playhouse (TV Series) as
    Carol Brandt
    - Sadbird (1969) - Carol Brandt
    1967
    Damn Yankees! (TV Movie) as
    Gloria Thorpe
    1963
    The Doctors (TV Series)
    - Beyond the Shadow of a Dream: Part 4 (1963)
    - Beyond the Shadow of a Dream: Part 3 (1963)
    - Beyond the Shadow of a Dream: Part 2 (1963)
    - Beyond the Shadow of a Dream (1963)
    1963
    The Doctors and the Nurses (TV Series) as
    Doris Ilon
    - Show Just Cause Why You Should Weep (1963) - Doris Ilon
    Director
    1990
    CBS Schoolbreak Special (TV Series) (1 episode)
    - Flour Babies (1990)
    1980
    Alice (TV Series) (10 episodes)
    - Jolene Is Stuck on Mel (1984)
    - Tis the Season to Be Jealous (1983)
    - Jolene Lets the Cat Out of the Bag (1983)
    - Vera the Virtuoso (1983)
    - Do You Take This Waitress? (1982)
    - Vera's Reunion Romance (1982)
    - Baby Makes Five (1981)
    - Carrie Sings the Blues (1980)
    - Cook's Tour (1980)
    - Vera, the Vamp (1980)
    Producer
    1996
    Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden (TV Movie) (executive producer)
    1992
    Room for Two (TV Series) (executive producer - 1 episode)
    - And Now, a Pause for Menopause (1992) - (executive producer)
    1991
    American Playhouse (TV Series) (executive producer - 1 episode)
    - The Sunset Gang (1991) - (executive producer)
    1990
    CBS Schoolbreak Special (TV Series) (executive producer - 1 episode)
    - Flour Babies (1990) - (executive producer)
    1987
    A Place to Call Home (TV Movie) (executive producer)
    1983
    Another Woman's Child (TV Movie) (co-producer)
    Soundtrack
    2020
    Take Me to the World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration (TV Special) (performer: "The Boy from...")
    1976
    Alice (TV Series) (performer - 202 episodes)
    - Th-th-th-that's All Folks (1985) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera's Grounded Gumshoe (1985) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - One on One (1985) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Night They Raided Debbie's (1985) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice Doesn't Work Here Anymore: Part 2 (1985) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice Doesn't Work Here Anymore: Part 1 (1985) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera, the Nightbird (1985) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Kiss the Grill Goodbye (1985) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera's Anniversary Blues (1985) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Footloose Mel (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Undercover Mel (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Tommy's Lost Weekend (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Houseful of Hunnicutts (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Big Bad Mel (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Space Sharples (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Romancing Mr. Stone (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Be It Ever So Crowded (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel Spins His Wheels (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Don't Play It Again, Elliot (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Jolene Is Stuck on Mel (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera's Fine Feathered Friends (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - My Dinner with Debbie (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Dollars to Donuts (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice's Hot Air Romance (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice and the Devoted Dentist (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Lies My Mother Told Me (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Jolene Throws a Curve (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera, the Horse Thief (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Tommy Goes Overboard (1984) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Tis the Season to Be Jealous (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Robot Wore Pink (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera's Wedding (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera Gets Engaged (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Over-the-Hill Girls (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - It Had to Be Mel (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice's Blind Date (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Jolene Gets Her Wings (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera's Secret Lover (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel Is Hogg-Tied (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Jolene Lets the Cat Out of the Bag (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Tommy Hyatt, Business Consultant (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Sweet Erasable Mel (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel's Cousin Wendy? (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera on the Lam (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Tommy Fouls Out (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Grass Is Always Greener (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera, the Torch (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Come Back Little Sharples (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel's Dream Car (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Jolene and the Night Watchman (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Tommy, the Jailbird (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice Faces the Music (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera the Virtuoso (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice Sees the Light (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Jolene's Brother Jonas (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Carrie on the Rebound (1983) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice's Turkey of a Thanksgiving (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Joel Grey Saves the Day (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice at the Palace (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Secret of Mel's Diner (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town", "Tea for Two")
    - Do You Take This Waitress? (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Sorry, Wrong Lips! (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - My Mother the Landlord (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Spell Mel's (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Monty Falls for Alice (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera's Reunion Romance (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Give My Regrets to Broadway (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel Wins by a Nose (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Jolene Hunnicutt, Dynamite Trucker (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice and the Acorns (1982) - (performer: "At the Hop" (uncredited), "It's All in the Game" (uncredited), "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Best Little Waitress in the World (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Valentine's Day Massacre (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Sharples vs. Sharples (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera, Queen of the Soaps (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Not with My Niece, You Don't (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice Calls the Shots (1982) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Wild One (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel's Christmas Carol (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - After Mel's Gone (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera's Bouncing Check (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel's Cousin, Wendell (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice's Big Four-Oh! (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice's Halloween Surprise (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Comrade Mel (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Guinness on Tap (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Bet a Million, Mel (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Baby Makes Five (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Who's Kissing the Great Chef of Phoenix? (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice Strikes Up the Band (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Great Escape (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Macho, Macho Mel (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Carrie Chickens Out (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice's Son, the Drop-Out (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Bye Bye Birdie (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Jerry Reed Fish Story (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera Goes Out on a Limb (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice Locks Belle Out (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Henry's Bitter Half (1981) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Carrie Sings the Blues (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The New Improved Mel (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Tommy's T.K.O. (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera's Aunt Agatha (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Too Many Robert Goulets (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Hello Vegas, Goodbye Diner (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Dog Day Evening (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel and the Green Machine (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Here Comes Alice Cottontail (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Cook's Tour (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Profit Without Honor (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera, the Vamp (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - One Too Many Girls (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - For Whom the Belle Toils (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Flo's Farewell (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Auld Acquaintances Should Be Forgot (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - My Funny Valentine Tux (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Carrie's Wedding (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice Beats the Clock (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice in TV Land (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Good Buddy Flo (1980) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel, the Magi (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - My Cousin, Art Carney (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Cabin Fever (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel's in the Kitchen with Dinah (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Carrie Sharples Strikes Again (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Little Alice Bluenose (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Flo's Chili Reception (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera Robs the Cradle (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel Loves Marie (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mona Lisa Alice (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Has Anyone Here Seen Telly? (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Flo Finds Her Father (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - My Fair Vera (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - If the Shoe Fits (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Last Stow It: Part 2 (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Last Stow It: Part 1 (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice's Decision (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera's Broken Heart (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel Grows Up (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Tommy's First Love (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Fourth Time Around (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Sweet Charity (1979) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - What're You Doing New Year's Eve? (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Reporter (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Bus (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Principal of the Thing (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - A Slight Case of ESP (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Happy Hoofers (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Who Ordered the Hot Turkey? (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel's in a Family Way (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Better Never Than Late (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - What Happened to the Class of '78? (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Block Those Kicks (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera's Popcorn Romance (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Citizen Mel (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Car Wars (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Take Him, He's Yours (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Earthquake (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel's Recession (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Star in the Storeroom (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Don't Lock Now (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel's Big Five-O (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Cuban Connection (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Florence of Arabia (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Love Me, Love My Horse (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Pharmacist (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Close Encounters of the Worst Kind (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Love Is a Free Throw (1978) - (performer: "As Time Goes By" (uncredited), "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Eyes of Texas (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Oh, George Burns! (1978) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - A Semi-Merry Christmas (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Love Is Sweeping the Counter (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - That Old Back Magic (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Sixty Minutes Man (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Single Belles (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice by Moonlight (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - 86 the Waitresses (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Indian Taker (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Second Time 'Round (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel's Happy Burger (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Bundle (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel's Cup (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - A Night to Remember (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Odd Couple (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Pain of No Return (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Hex (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Failure (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Accident (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mel's in Love (1977) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Vera's Mortician (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mother-in-Law: Part 2 (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Mother-in-Law: Part 1 (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Who Killed Bugs Bunny? (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Dilemma (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Good Night, Sweet Vera (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Big Daddy Dawson's Coming (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Sex Education (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - The Last Review (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - A Call to Arms (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Pay the Fifty Dollars (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - A Piece of the Rock (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Alice Gets a Pass (1976) - (performer: "There's a New Girl in Town")
    - Pilot (1976) - (performer: "It Had To Be You", "There's a New Girl in Town")
    1979
    The Muppet Show (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Linda Lavin (1979) - (performer: "Happy Birthday to You" (uncredited), "The More I See You" (uncredited), "Beyond the Blue Horizon", "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" (uncredited))
    1967
    Damn Yankees! (TV Movie) (performer: "Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo.")
    Self
    2018
    The Talk (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Yvette Nicole Brown/Linda Lavin/Hector Elizondo/Jane Seymour (2021) - Self
    - Linda Lavin/DeVon Franklin (2021) - Self
    - Guest Co-Host Shemar Moore/Charlie Puth/Stephanie Sigman (2018) - Self
    2021
    History of the Sitcom (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Movin' on Up (2021) - Self
    - Sex & The Sitcom (2021) - Self
    - A Family Matter (2021) - Self
    2020
    Let Us Entertain You (TV Special) as
    Self
    2020
    CBS News Sunday Morning (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #42.32 (2020) - Self
    2020
    Yvette Slosch, Agent: How It's Made (TV Special documentary) as
    Yvette Slosch
    2020
    Take Me to the World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration (TV Special) as
    Performer
    2020
    On Stage (TV Series) as
    Self
    - On Stage At Home Part 1 (2020) - Self
    2019
    Ok! TV (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #4.142 (2019) - Self
    2018
    Betty White: First Lady of Television (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2010
    Theater Talk (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Our Mother's Brief Affair with Linda Lavin, and Len Cariou on Broadway & The Bard (2016) - Self - Guest
    - The Vineyard Theatre (2013) - Self - Guest
    - Linda Lavin on "Collected Stories" & Twyla Tharp's "Come Fly Away" (2010) - Self - Guest
    2015
    The 5th Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    2012
    The 66th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special documentary) as
    Self - Nominee
    1987
    Working in the Theatre (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - The Tony Awards: History, Highlights and Backstage (2012) - Self
    - Performance (1987) - Self
    2012
    The 78th Annual Drama League Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    2010
    The 64th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Nominee
    2010
    The 76th Annual Drama League Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    2009
    Mr. Prince (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2009
    Independent Lens (TV Series documentary) as
    Self - Narrator
    - At Home in Utopia (2009) - Self - Narrator
    2008
    At Home in Utopia (Documentary) as
    Self - Narrator
    2008
    Beneath the Airlie Oak (Documentary) as
    Narrator
    2003
    Great Women of Television Comedy (TV Special) as
    Self
    2003
    CBS at 75 (TV Special documentary) as
    Self
    2001
    The 55th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Nominee & Performer
    1999
    Intimate Portrait (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Patricia Heaton (2000) - Self
    - Olympia Dukakis (1999) - Self
    1996
    The Rosie O'Donnell Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 27 October 2000 (2000) - Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 22 March 2000 (2000) - Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 16 January 1998 (1998) - Self - Guest
    - Episode #1.80 (1996) - Self - Guest
    2000
    American Television Icons (TV Mini Series) as
    Self
    - Linda Lavin (2000) - Self
    1999
    Hollywood Squares (TV Series) as
    Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 25 May 1999 (1999) - Self - Panelist
    1998
    The 52nd Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Nominee
    1998
    Charlie Rose (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 2 January 1998 (1998) - Self - Guest
    1996
    Lauren Hutton and... (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Linda Lavin (1996) - Self - Guest
    1994
    Reading Rainbow (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Ruth Law Thrills a Nation (1994) - Self (voice)
    1994
    The 48th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    1992
    The Joan Rivers Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 4 August 1992 (1992) - Self
    1992
    In a New Light: A Call to Action in the War Against AIDS (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self - Co-Host
    1992
    One on One with John Tesh (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode #1.100 (1992) - Self - Guest
    1991
    American Playhouse (TV Series) as
    Self - Host
    - The Sunset Gang (1991) - Self - Host
    1990
    The 44th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    1990
    Night of 100 Stars III (TV Special) as
    Self
    1988
    The 42nd Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    1988
    Moving Image Salutes James Stewart (TV Special) as
    Self
    1987
    The 41st Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Winner & Performer
    1987
    Great Performances (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Broadway Sings: The Music of Jule Styne (1987) - Self
    1986
    20/20 (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - The Biggest Known Flying Creature/A House Full of Memories - The Museum of Broadcasting/Alan Alda: Rough Edges and All (1986) - Self
    1985
    The 37th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter & Performer
    1985
    Night of 100 Stars II (TV Special) as
    Self
    1984
    The 36th Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    1983
    The Best of Everything (TV Special) as
    Self
    1982
    Lily for President? (TV Special) as
    Alice Hyatt
    1982
    Night of 100 Stars (TV Special) as
    Self
    1980
    The Toni Tennille Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.70 (1981) - Self
    - Episode #1.44 (1980) - Self
    1981
    Hour Magazine (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #2.1 (1981) - Self
    1980
    Linda in Wonderland (TV Movie) as
    Self
    1980
    Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (TV Series) as
    Self
    - CBS All American Thanksgiving Day Parade (1980) - Self
    1980
    The Merv Griffin Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Linda Lavin, Norman Mailer, Ann Jones, Oriana Fallaci (1980) - Self
    1969
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 24 November 1980 (1980) - Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 23 January 1980 (1980) - Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 5 February 1969 (1969) - Self - Guest
    1980
    The John Davidson Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode #1.105 (1980) - Self - Guest
    1980
    The 37th Annual Golden Globe Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Winner
    1969
    The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest / Self - Co-Host
    1976
    The Hollywood Squares (Daytime) (TV Series) as
    Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 17 January 1980 (1980) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 16 January 1980 (1980) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 14 January 1980 (1980) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 5 September 1977 (1977) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 16 May 1977 (1977) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode #11.8 (1976) - Self - Panelist
    1979
    Good Morning America (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 17 October 1979 (1979) - Self - Guest
    1979
    The Muppet Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Special Guest Star
    - Linda Lavin (1979) - Self - Special Guest Star
    1979
    The 31st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Nominee
    1979
    The Hal Linden Special (TV Special) as
    Self
    1978
    The John Davidson Christmas Show (TV Special)
    1978
    The 30th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    1978
    The 32nd Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    1978
    The Hollywood Squares (Syndication) (TV Series) as
    Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 7 May 1978 (1978) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 6 May 1978 (1978) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 5 May 1978 (1978) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 4 May 1978 (1978) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 3 May 1978 (1978) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 2 May 1978 (1978) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 1 May 1978 (1978) - Self - Panelist
    1978
    CBS: On the Air (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    Self - Co-Host
    - Episode #1.6 (1978) - Self - Co-Host
    1977
    Dean Martin's Christmas in California (TV Special) as
    Self
    1977
    CBS Galaxy (TV Special) as
    Self - Guest
    1977
    Final Warning (TV Special) as
    Self
    1977
    The Television Critics Circle Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    1977
    Battle of the Network Stars II (TV Special) as
    Self - CBS Team
    1972
    The Making of Slaughterhouse-Five (Documentary) as
    Self
    1970
    A World of Love (TV Special documentary) as
    Self
    1970
    The 24th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Nominee
    1969
    Alan King and His Buddy (TV Movie) as
    Self - Comedian
    1969
    The Alan King Show (TV Special) as
    Self - Comedian
    1968
    Comedy Is King (TV Special) as
    Self
    1967
    Girl Talk (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 1 March 1967 (1967) - Self
    1965
    ABC's Nightlife (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.64 (1965) - Self
    - Episode #1.50 (1965) - Self
    Archive Footage
    2013
    Spotlight on Broadway (TV Series) as
    Marjorie
    - The Drama Queens (2013) - Marjorie
    2009
    TV's 50 Funniest Catch Phrases (TV Movie) as
    Self
    2005
    The Lady in Question Is Charles Busch (Documentary) as
    The Allergist's Wife
    1990
    Intimate Portrait (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Linda Lavin - Self
    1982
    Barney Miller (TV Series) as
    Det. Janice Wentworth
    - Landmark: Part 3 (1982) - Det. Janice Wentworth (uncredited)

    References

    Linda Lavin Wikipedia


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