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Judith Ivey
Born
Judith Lee Ivey

(1951-09-04) September 4, 1951 (age 70)
EducationIllinois State University
OccupationActress, theatre director
Years active1982–present
Spouse(s)
(m. 1973; div. 1978)

Tim Braine
(m. 1989)
Children2 (with Braine)

Judith Lee Ivey (born September 4, 1951) is an American actress and theatre director. She twice won the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her performances in Steaming (1981) and Hurlyburly (1984). Ivey also appeared in several films and television series. For her role in What the Deaf Man Heard (1997), she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie.

Early life

Ivey was born in El Paso, Texas, the daughter of Nathan Aldean Ivey, a college instructor and dean and Dorothy Lee (née Lewis), a teacher.[citation needed]

She spent 1965–68 in Dowagiac, Michigan, where she attended Union High School through tenth grade.[1] She graduated from Marion High School in Marion, Illinois, in 1970, and is an alumna of John A. Logan College, Southern Illinois University (Carbondale), and Illinois State University (Normal, Illinois).

Career

Ivey won two Tony Awards as Best Featured Actress in a Play for Steaming in 1983 and Hurlyburly in 1985. She was also nominated for Park Your Car in Harvard Yard in 1992 and a revival of The Heiress in 2013. Other Broadway theatre credits include Piaf, Bedroom Farce, Blithe Spirit, Voices in the Dark, and Follies.[2]

She portrayed Amanda in The Glass Menagerie at the Long Wharf Theatre and reprised the role in March 2010 at the Roundabout Theatre in New York,[3] as well as the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. She received the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Actress for that portrayal. Ivey portrayed Ann Landers in the solo play The Lady With All the Answers at the Cherry Lane Theatre (off-Broadway) in October 2009.[4] She was nominated for Best Solo Performance for the Lucille Lortel Award[5] and Drama Desk Award.[6] In 2016, she returned to the Cherry Lane Theatre in Israel Horovitz's play Out Of The Mouths Of Babes with Estelle Parsons, directed by Barnet Kellman.[7]

Ivey has appeared in numerous films, including Brighton Beach Memoirs, Miles from Home, Compromising Positions, Harry & Son, The Woman in Red, Sister, Sister, In Country, Hello Again, The Lonely Guy, There Goes the Neighborhood, The Devil's Advocate, What Alice Found, and Flags of Our Fathers.[citation needed]

Despite a long history of theater and film performances, Ivey is often associated with the role of B.J. Poteet in the final season of Designing Women. She appeared on Will & Grace as the mother of Dr. Leo Markus, and also appeared on Grey's Anatomy, Person of Interest, White Collar, Nurse Jackie, Big Love, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.[citation needed]

Other television roles include starring roles as Kate McCrorey in the 1990–91 series Down Home, set in a Texas coastal town, Alexandra Buchanan in the short-lived series The 5 Mrs. Buchanans, and "Buddies" with Dave Chappelle. Ivey was also in the 1985 TV remake of The Long Hot Summer, in the role of Noel Varner (Joanne Woodward's role in the 1958 film version). The miniseries also starred Jason Robards and Don Johnson. Ivey was nominated for an Emmy for her performance in What the Deaf Man Heard, a Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation. She also provided the voice of Eleanor Sherman in the animated series The Critic. Ivey appeared in the television miniseries Rose Red (based on a Stephen King novel) as Cathy, one of the psychics investigating a haunted house.[citation needed]

Personal life

Ivey was married to actor Ricardo Gutierrez. They divorced before her move to New York.[when?][8] She is now married to Tim Braine and the couple have two children.[9] Ivey has a sister and a brother, Sara and James, respectively. Sara is a writer/producer/director who lives in Dallas, Texas, and James is a former professor of theater at the State University of New York at Fredonia.[citation needed]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1984 The Lonely Guy Iris
1984 Harry & Son Sally
1984 The Woman in Red Didi
1985 Compromising Positions Nancy Miller
1986 Brighton Beach Memoirs Blanche
1987 Sister, Sister Charlotte Bonnard
1987 Hello Again Zelda
1988 Miles from Home Frances
1989 In Country Anita
1990 Everybody Wins Connie
1990 Love Hurts Susan Volcheck
1990 Alice Gossiping Matron Uncredited
1992 There Goes the Neighborhood Peedi Rutledge
1997 Washington Square Aunt Elizabeth Almond
1997 The Devil's Advocate Mrs. Alice Lomax
1997 A Life Less Ordinary Celine's Mom
1998 Without Limits Barbara Bowerman
1999 Mystery, Alaska Joanne Burns
1999 The Stand-In Mrs. Rosensweig
2003 What Alice Found Sandra
2006 Sweet Tornado DVD Extras Margo Jones Direct-to-video
2006 Flags of Our Fathers Belle Block
2010 The Glass Menagerie Amanda Wingfield Direct-to-video
2011 A Bird of the Air Eleanor Reeves
2014 Big Stone Gap Nan MacChesney
2017 Cortez Sandy
2018 The Bit Player Betty Shannon Documentary
2020 Through the Glass Darkly Mama Carmichael
2022 Women Talking

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1980 Search for Tomorrow Marilyn 3 episodes
1982 American Playhouse Louise Episode: "The Shady Hill Kidnapping"
1982 Cagney & Lacey Gwen Episode: "Mr. Lonelyhearts"
1983 Dixie: Changing Habits Sister Margaret Television film
1984 Piaf Madeline
1985 The Long Hot Summer Noel Varner
1987 We Are the Children Brenda Hayes
1990 Decoration Day Terry Novis
1990–1991 Down Home Kate McCrorey 19 episodes
1992 Her Final Fury: Betty Broderick,

the Last Chapter

Dist. Atty. Kerry Wells Television film
1992 Do Not Bring That Python in the House Mrs. Miller
1992–1993 Designing Women B.J. Poteet 22 episodes
1993 Frogs! Passionatta Television film
1993 Frasier Lorraine Episode: "I Hate Frasier Crane"
1993 CBS Schoolbreak Special Counselor Episode: "Other Mothers"
1994 Duckman Mother Mirabelle Episode: "T.V. or Not to Be"
1994 On Promised Land Olivia Television film
1994–1995 The 5 Mrs. Buchanans Alexandria Buchanan 17 episodes
1994–1995 The Critic Eleanor Sherman 23 episodes
1995 Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story Laura McCormick Television film
1996 Buddies Maureen DeMoss 14 episodes
1996 The Summer of Ben Tyler Narrator Television film
1997 What the Deaf Man Heard Lucille
1999 Half a Dozen Babies Doris Stauffer
2002 Rose Red Cathy Kramer 3 episodes
2002 Will & Grace Eleanor Markus
2003 Queens Supreme Susan Kelly Episode: "Mad About You"
2005 Related Bob's Mom Episode: "Have Yourself a Sorelli

Little Christmas"

2005, 2013 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Alice Parker /

Jenny's Attorney

2 episodes
2007 Pictures of Hollis Woods Beatrice Gilcrest Television film
2009 Nurse Jackie Paula Episode: "Tiny Bubbles"
2010 Past Life Laney 2 episodes
2010 The Whole Truth Bernadette Peale Episode: "Liars"
2011 Big Love Renee Clayton Episode: "D.I.V.O.R.C.E."
2011 Grey's Anatomy Barbara Robbins Episode: "White Wedding"
2012 Person of Interest Sharon Episode: "Many Happy Returns"
2012 White Collar Ellen Parker 5 episodes
2012 Modern Love Molly McElvane Television film
2013 Assistance Susan Johnson
2014 Elementary Ruth Colville Episode: "The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville"
2016 The Family Mrs. Asher 4 episodes
2017 Bloodline Belle's Mother Episode: "Part 27"
2018 Instinct Social Worker Sheila Episode: "Tribal"
2019 New Amsterdam Dr. Virginia Stauton 4 episodes

References

  1. ^ Judith Ivey biodata[permanent dead link], theh-p.com; accessed September 3, 2015.
  2. ^ Judith Ivey at the Internet Broadway Database
  3. ^ Isherwood, Christopher."Theater Review;'The Glass Menagerie'", nytimes.com, March 25, 2010.
  4. ^ Isherwood, Christopher."Dear Ann Landers: What’s a Girl to Do Now?" The New York Times, October 15, 2009.
  5. ^ "2010 Nominations and Recipients". lortelaward.com. Archived from the original on 2015-10-19. Retrieved 2019-02-06.
  6. ^ "The 55th Annual Drama Desk Awards nominations". May 3, 2010.
  7. ^ http://www.cherrylanetheatre.org/, Cherry Lane Theatre. "- Cherry Lane Theatre". Retrieved 19 September 2016.
  8. ^ Andrea Chambers, "Broadway's Bare Market Is Bullish on Hurlyburly Star Judith Ivey", people.com, August 13, 1984.
  9. ^ Onofri, Adrienne. "BWW Interviews: Stage & Screen Star Judith Ivey". BroadwayWorld.com. Retrieved 2018-01-30.

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