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Linda Lavin

Linda Lavin

1937 - Present. Born in Portland, Maine, Linda graduated from the College of William and Mary and moved to New York where she began appearing in Broadway musicals and received her first Tony nomination for "Last of the Red Hot Lovers." After moving to Hollywood, she appeared in the TV show "Barney Miller" before she nabbed the role of Alice Hyatt on the TV sitcom "Alice." "Alice" ran from 1976 to 1985. She continues to direct, produce and star in television movies and has received four Emmy Awards. Linda has also won a Tony for her perfomance in Neil Simon's "Broadway Bound."

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