Celebrating Two-Time Tony Award Winner Judith Light

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Light is a Tony winner for her performances in The Assembled Parties and Other Desert Cities.
Judith Light Monica Simoes

Tony and Emmy Award winner Judith Light celebrates her birthday February 9. Light’s TV career began with her two-time Emmy Award-winning turn on One Life to Live, followed by the comedy series Who's the Boss, and 15 movies of the week. She played Claire Meade in the Emmy-winning ABC series Ugly Betty, earning and was Emmy-nominated for her performance. Light won back-to-back Tony Awards for Jon Robin Baitz's Other Desert Cities (2012) and Richard Greenberg's The Assembled Parties (2013). She recently starred alongside Al Pacino in the play God Looked Away at the Pasadena Playhouse and can also be seen on the groundbreaking show Transparent, streaming now on Amazon Prime. Her other Broadway credits include Thérèse Raquin, Lombardi, A Doll’s House, and Herzl.

Flip through photos of some of her onstage highlights below:

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