From the thousands that I’ve taken to the Statue of Liberty as a tour guide, two were among the most memorable. They were like Horton Foote characters.
The actor gave a powerful, personal and insightful speech during the Episcopal Actors’ Guild’s annual memorial service for deceased show business figures.
Here is a personal remembrance of the distinguished actress, perhaps best known for her role in the 1983 film “Scarface,” who died recently.
Now acclaimed for her award-winning documentary theatre solo shows, back then she was a struggling actress and a charismatic and inspiring teacher.