Delany played a gun-toting mother in an episode of the TV series Family Law for which she earned a Primetime Emmy Award nomination, but the series was not rerun due to sponsorship withdrawal. Archived from the original on April 5, TV by the Numbers. Just Like Your Doctor". Retrieved July 8, Retrieved 4 October After growing up in Stamford, Connecticutshe attended Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusettsfor her senior year and was a member of the school's first co-educational class, which included jazz composer Bill Cunliffesoftware executive Peter Currieartist Julian Hattonpoet Karl Kirchweywriter Nate Leeeditor Sara Nelsonrestaurateur Priscilla Martel and sculptor Gar Waterman.
Los Angeles Times critic Richard Natale liked the film but wrote older male film executives believed it to be "uncommercial"; another critic agreed it was "genuine girl talk" but "didn't have a lot of substance" and viewers "don't get to know the characters in the film".
Inshe vowed she would never have plastic surgery. The San Francisco Chronicle. Literally, Right Before Aaron. Viewers for Quality Television Award. She starred in the Broadway show A Life and won critical acclaim in in Nicholas Kazan's off-Broadway Blood Moonwhere The New York Times cited her "skillful verisimilitude" handling a difficult part requiring two roles "and she does them both with authority. Dana Welles Delany born March 13, is an American actress, producer, and activist. Much Ado About Nothing.