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Cynthia Harris

Born: 09 August 1934 (85 years old)
Gender: Female

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Cynthia was born in New York City, New York in 1934.

She is most well known for her roles in L.A. Law, Edward and Mrs. Simpson and Mad About You

Her Broadway debut was in 1963 and in 1971 she appeared on Broadway in the Landmark Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical "Company". 

She is a founding member and the co-Artistic director of The Actor's Company Theatre. 

She received a BAFTA nomination in 1978 for her performance as Wallis Simpson in "Edward and Mrs. Simpson".


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Shannon Esra: from The Queen's fierce lawyer Sandra Stein to emo Candice on M-Net's Still Breathing

Shannon spills about life-behind-the-scenes as Sandra and her newest character Candice, who premieres tonight.


The Wild on e.tv and eExtra Teasers - March 2020

Angie walks in on the unthinkable.


Generations: The Legacy Teasers - April 2020

The truth about who is behind the kidnapping is revealed.


New on TV today: Thursday 27 February

Local drama Still Breathing starts on M-Net and game show Beter Assie Bure returns to SABC2.


Isibaya Teasers - March 2020

New season alert! Your first tease of Isibaya Season 8...


Arendsvlei Teasers - March 2020

Relationship on the rocks! Also, Bompie gets physical with someone.


New on TV today: Wednesday 26 February

Dinner Date South Africa moves from SABC3 to BBC Lifestyle and Fameless returns to eReality.


Imbewu: The Seed Teasers - March 2020

Zethu keeps her pregnancy secret.


Maid in Manhattan on eExtra Teasers - March 2020

Hugo wont leave Belinda's apartment and Bruno seduces Yaya!


New on TV today: Tuesday 25 February

The three 'Chicago' dramas return to M-Net and BBC Brit follows Reggie Yates in China.

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