2002 TONY AWARD: Featured Actress in a Play, KATIE FINNERAN, Noises Off

Tony Awards   2002 TONY AWARD: Featured Actress in a Play, KATIE FINNERAN, Noises Off
 
Katie Finneran has won the 2002 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play. A list of all the nominees follows:

Katie Finneran has won the 2002 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play. A list of all the nominees follows:

BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEATURED ACTRESS IN A PLAY:

Kate Burton, The Elephant Man
Broadway: Hedda Gabler, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, An American Daughter, Company, Jake's Women, Some Americans Abroad, Wild Honey, Doonesbury, Present Laughter (Theatre World Award). Off-Broadway: Give Me Your Answer, Do!; Lake Hollywood. Thirteen seasons at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Film: Unfaithful, Celebrity, First Wives Club. TV: "Law & Order"; "The Practice," "Notes for My Daughter" (Emmy).

Katie Finneran, Noises Off
Broadway: Sally Bowles in Cabaret, The Iceman Cometh (with Kevin Spacey), Neil Simon's Proposals, The Heiress, In the Summer House, My Favorite Year, On Borrowed Time. Off-B'way: Arms and the Man, You Never Can Tell, A Fair Country, and "Encores!' Li'l Abner. Regional: Hedda Gabler with Kate Burton. Film: Liberty Heights, You've Got Mail and Night of the Living Dead. Television: "Frasier," "Sex and the City," "Oz."

Elizabeth Franz, Morning's at Seven
Broadway: Death of a Salesman (Tony, Jeff, Ovation, Elliot Norton Awards), Brighton Beach Memoirs (Tony and Drama Desk nominations), Broadway Bound, Uncle Vanya, The Octette Bridge Club. Off-B'way: created title role in Christopher Durang's Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You (Obie Award). TV: "Death of a Salesman" (Showtime; Emmy, SAG Award nomination), "A Town's Revenge" (Emmy nomination). Estelle Parsons, Morning's at Seven
Broadway: The Seven Descents of Myrtle (Tony nomination), And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little (Tony nomination), The Norman Conquests, Miss Margarida's Way (Tony nomination). Off-B'way: Mrs. Dally Has a Lover (Theatre World Award), Next Time I'll Sing to You (Obie), In the Summer House (Obie). Film: Bonnie and Clyde (Academy Award); Rachel, Rachel (Academy Award nom.); Al Pacino's Waiting for Richard.

Frances Sternhagen, Morning's at Seven
Broadway: The Heiress (Tony Award). Broadway: The Good Doctor (Tony Award), Equus, On Golden Pond, The Sign in Sydney Brustein's Window. Off-B'way: Driving Miss Daisy (Miss Daisy). Member of APA and the Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center. Clarence Derwent Award, 2 Drama Desks, 2 Obies, 6 Tony noms. Film: Hospital; Fedora; Outland; Independence Day. TV: "Laramie Project," "Law & Order," "Sex and the City."

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