(1924–1991) was a Canadian American actress best known for her theater roles,
and for a time she was proclaimed the “Queen of Off-Broadway.” In addition to
her stage performances, her career also included film and early television
dramas, including her role in the television movie adaption of the Anne of
Green Gables series. Over the course of her forty-five year career, she won the
1974 Sarah Siddons Award for her work in Chicago theater, two Tony Awards, two
Obies, two Gemini Awards, and four Emmy Awards. In 1981 she was inducted into
the American Theatre Hall of Fame.
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