Best Leading Actress in a Play: Janet McTeer

Tony Awards   Best Leading Actress in a Play: Janet McTeer
 
At 10:16 PM ET, Alec Baldwin presented the Best Leading Actress in a Play Award to Janet McTeer for her work in A Doll's House.

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At 10:16 PM ET, Alec Baldwin presented the Best Leading Actress in a Play Award to Janet McTeer for her work in A Doll's House.

Here is Ms. McTeer's bio:

JANET McTEER (Nora Helmer), winner of the 1997 Olivier Award, London Critics' Award, Time Out Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Tony Award and Drama Desk Award nominee for Best Actress for this performance, is perhaps best known to American audiences from her TV appearances on the U.S. telecasts of Masterpiece Theatre's "Portrait of a Marriage" in which she portrayed Vita Sackville-West, "102 Boulevard Haussman" and "Precious Bane." Recent and favorite London theatre includes Elizabeth I in Vivat! Vivat! Regina! at the Mermaid Theatre, Cecilia in Sam Shepard's Simpatico and Mary in The Grace of Mary Traverse (Olivier nomination) both at the Royal Court Theatre, Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing at the Queen's Theatre; Yelena in Uncle Vanya (Olivier nomination) at the Royal National Theatre, and at the Manchester Royal Exchange Rosalind in As You Like It, Imogen in Cymbeline, and Masha in The Three Sisters. Her television appearances in England include: "The Governor," "A Masculine Ending," "Don't Leave Me This Way" and "Dead Romantic." A Doll's House marks her Broadway debut.

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