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Holland tayor

Holland taylor

1943

was born January 14 in Philadelphia, PA

graduating College

1964

majored in drama

she was in a play called "The Devils"

1965

she moved to New York

1965

with the desire to become a "great big Broadway star."

Taylor's long career began in the theater

1966 - 1975

she appeared in numerous Broadway and off-Broadway productions.

she got a part as Denise Cavanaugh

1978 - 1979

on the long running soap opera The Edge of Night.

she expanded in her work.

1978

At the renown Joffrey Ballet she expanded her range with extensive dance training in ballet, jazz and tap .

Taylor had one of her greatest theatrical moments

1983

in Breakfast with Les and Bess.

she got two roles that made her well known

1984

Alongside Tom Hanks in the 1980s sitcom Bosom Buddies, and a supporting role in the 1984 film Romancing the Stone.

she was still living in Greenwhich Village, New York

1992

she traveling back and forth between a rented apartment in Hollywood and New York in order to work on both coasts.

she plays former Governor of Texas Ann Richards.

1994

In "Money, Marbles and Chalk", at the Grand Opera House in Galveston, Texas,

Taylor left her indelible imprint as memorable moms

1997

in "George of the Jungle" and "The Truman Show"

she played the Hedda Hopper-esque Letitia Devine

1999 - 2001

on'' The Lot''

was nominated for an Emmy

1999

she won for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

she Starred with Christopher Lloyd in a play

2001

the "The Unexpected Man" at The Geffen Playhouse - Los Angeles, California.

She Received a Master degree

2005

in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica.

won a tv land Award

2009

for Future Classic Award

Nominated for Primetime Emmy award

2010

she did not win

she written and starring in her one-woman show

2011 - 2013

, at the Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theater, Washington, DC. USA.

Opens her her own one-woman show

2013

About the late Texas Governor Ann Richards,
in New York City on Broadway at Vivian Beaumont Theater.