Wife's Kate Burton is Cheered By TV Tome
By Andrew Gans
Kate Burton, who is currently starring in the Broadway revival of The Constant Wife, was recently cheered for her performances in two television productions.
The "Cheers&Jeers" section of the June 26 TV Guide says, "Cheers to Kate Burton for a pair of heartbreaking performances. The Broadway veteran brought pathos to the roles of Ellen Pompeo's Alzheimer's-afflicted mother in 'Grey's Anatomy' and Ed Harris' disabled admirer in 'Empire Falls.' She clearly inherited talent from her late father, Richard Burton."
Burton was similarly cheered by the Tony Nominating Committee in 2002 when she received dual nominations: Best Actress in a Play for Hedda Gabler and Best Featured Actress in a Play for The Elephant Man. Burton has also appeared on Broadway in The Beauty Queen of Leenane, An American Daughter, Company, Jake's Women, Some Americans Abroad, Wild Honey, Doonesbury, Alice in Wonderland and Present Laughter. Her screen credits include "Celebrity," "Ice Storm," "First Wives Club" and "August."
The Constant Wife plays the American Airlines Theatre, 227 West 42nd Street. The cast also features Michael Cumpsty, John Dossett and Lynn Redgrave; Mark Brokaw directs.
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