At age 19 in Juilliard, she was awarded $1000 for living expenses because she was "the most hard-working, economically needy student." But instead, she admits, she used the money to spend two months in Europe.
Has won two Tony Awards as Best Actress (Featured Role - Play): in 1984 for Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing;" and in 1989 for "Rumors."
Daughter's names are Lily (b. 1987) and Isabel (b. 1984).
May 28, 1991: Starred in the first production of Terrence McNally's play "Lips Together, Teeth Apart" with Swoosie Kurtz, Nathan Lane, and Anthony Heald.
Lives in Connecticut