Vaccaro, Brenda (1939–)
Vaccaro, Brenda (1939–)
American stage, tv and screen actress. Born Nov 18, 1939, in Brooklyn, NY; m. Guy Hector; m. William Bishop, 1977.
Made professional stage debut at Margo Jones Theatre in Dallas in The Willow Tree (1961); made NY debut in Everybody Loves Opal (1961); other plays include The Affair, The Natural Look and Father's Day; made film debut in Where It's At (1969), followed by Midnight Cowboy, I Love My Wife, Going Home, Summertree, Capricorn One, Airport '77, The House by the Lake and Ten Little Indians, among others; on tv, starred on "Sara" (1976) and guest starred on numerous episodic shows. Nominated for Tony awards for Cactus Flower (1966), How Now Dow Jones (1968) and The Goodbye People (1969); nominated for Oscar as Best Supporting Actress for Jacqueline Susann's Once Is Not Enough (1975); won Emmy for "The Shape of Things" (1976).
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