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Judith Light Biography and Filmography
Judith Light
Birthday: February 9, 1949
Birth Place: Trenton, New Jersey, USA
Height: 5' 8"
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Though she is normally recognized as Angela Bower, the prissy, executive counterpart to Tony Danza's rough-hewn Italian nanny on the long-running television series Who's the Boss?, Judith Light considers her crowning achievement to be her activism in the fight against AIDS and gender discrimination. Born in Trenton, NJ, Light discovered her passion for the performing arts at a Pennsylvania summer camp at 12 years old. Light's high school drama teacher later encouraged her to attend the prestigious Carnegie Mellon University, and the young actress found herself with a role in a Broadway production of A Doll's House by the mid-'70s. Despite her initial success, however, Light still found herself extraordinarily poor, at one point living on only ten dollars per week. Rather than holding her back, though, poverty not only increased Light's determination to act, but to use it as a tool in the fight against all forms of bigotry.Light's big break came in the form of One Life to Live, the Emmy-winning soap opera, which offered the aspiring actress a role that brought with it a steady paycheck until the inception of Who's the Boss? in 1983. In addition to her sitcom performances, Light starred with great success in The Ryan White Story, a docudrama concerning the real-life fight of a hemophiliac who contracted the AIDS virus through a blood transfusion. In addition to having established herself as one of the first celebrity activists in the battle against HIV and AIDS, Light also became a passionate volunteer for a variety of charitable organizations including Heart Strings and Project Angel Food.In 1998, after a long, successful stint in the television-movie world, Light flexed her comedy muscles again for The Simple Life, a short-lived television series featuring Light as a big-shot businesswoman whose move to the country is far from what she had expected. A year later, Light immersed herself in Wit, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play revolving around a brash, no-nonsense cancer victim's slow acceptance of her own mortality. In 2004, Light starred in The Stones, a CBS television series.
Save Me (2007)
Infected (2006)
Ira and Abby (2006)
[ Donna Murphy ][ Frances Conroy ][ Maddie Corman ]
Rockabye (2005)
[ Annie Potts ]
Starved (2005)
Doubt (2004)
Born in Brooklyn (2001)
[ Maria Bello ]
Joseph: King of Dreams (2000)
[ Jodi Benson ]
Intimate Portrait: Agnes Nixon (1999)
Carriers (1998)
Too Close to Home (1997)
[ Sarah Trigger ][ Ruth Marshall ]
A Step Toward Tomorrow (1996)
[ Alfre Woodard ]
Murder at My Door (1996)
[ Laura Harris ][ Grace Zabriskie ]
They Craved Duckman's Brain! (1996)
A Husband, a Wife and a Lover (1996)
[ Karyn Dwyer ]
Lady Killer (1995)
[ Tracey Gold ]
Against Their Will: Women in Prison (1994)
[ Kay Lenz ]
Betrayal of Trust (1994)
[ Holland Taylor ][ Lynda Boyd ]
Men Don't Tell (1993)
[ Suzen Johnson ][ Carroll Baker ][ Susan Egan ]
Wife, Mother, Murderer (1991)
[ Melanie Smith ]
In Defense of a Married Man (1990)
My Boyfriend's Back (1989)
[ Jill Eikenberry ]
The Ryan White Story (1989)
[ Sarah Jessica Parker ][ Nikki Cox ][ Grace Zabriskie ]
Double Dump (1988)
[ Brooklyn Bounce ][ Katherine Helmond ]
A Trip to the Principal (1987)
[ Brooklyn Bounce ][ Katherine Helmond ]
Stamp of a Killer (1987)
[ Rhea Perlman ]
The Hickey (1986)
[ Brooklyn Bounce ][ Katherine Helmond ]
Briefless Encounter (1984)
[ Brooklyn Bounce ][ Katherine Helmond ]
Intimate Agony (1983)
[ Shelly Taylor-Morgan ]
  • Attended Carnegie Mellon University, graduated 1971.
  • Attended St. Mary's Hall in Burlington, NJ
  • One of her performances on "One Life to Live" (1968) - "Karen Wolek on the Stand" - was so powerful and is remembered so vividly that, to this day, it is used as a model in acting classes throughout the nation. Additionally, it was recently honored as being one of TV Guide's "100 Most Memorable Moments on Television."
  • While on "One Life to Live" (1968) Judith won two Emmys, two Soapy Awards and a Soap Opera Hall of Fame Award.
  • For her outstanding performance in the off-Broadway tour of "Wit", Judith received the Helen Hayes Award in Washington, DC, as well as the Elliot Norton Award in Boston.
  • Shaved her head completely to star as Vivian Bearing (a literary academic dying of ovarian cancer) in the off-Broadway show, "Wit", in 1999.
  • Met her husband Robert Desiderio when they were both on the soap opera "One Life to Live" (1968).
  • She stated the reason she never had children wasn't because she didn't want them, it was because if she wanted to have children she wanted to be a full-time mother and with an acting career she wouldn't have been able to do that.
  • Strong supporter of Gay rights
  • Judith Light and Robert Desiderio to Accept Matthew Shepard Foundation's 1st Annual "Making a Difference" Award for their Longstanding Commitment to Erase Hate

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