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A life member of The Actors Studio, She appeared in her first major production, The Night Circus with Ben Gazzara, at the Shubert Theater in New Haven, Connecticut on November 17, 1958.Appeared on the 1965 comedy album "You Don't Have To Be Jewish", which became a hit.Was unavailable to record its follow-up, "When You're In Love The Whole World Is Jewish", but recommended her (non-Jewish) roommate - Valerie Harper, thus beginning Harper's career of playing Jewish characters, most notably Rhoda Morgenstern of Mary Tyler Moore (1970) and Rhoda (1974).She was married twice; her second husband, Larry Delaney, was also a television actor.She was a roommate of Valerie Harper's, helping her to launch her career on the Mary Tyler Moore show and Rhoda.
Her most famous role was Terri on the 80's TV show "Three's Company" co-starring John Ritter and Joyce De Witt.