The five-time Tony winner first made a splash on TV in the late 1940s with ABC's "Actor's Studio." From there, her TV work was primarily TV movies including "The Lark," "Pygmalion" and "Anastasia." In the 1960s, Harris appeared opposite Ron Ely in "Tarzan" (pictured below) as Charity Jones.
More guest appearances followed, including roles on "Bonanza," "Columbo" and "Medical Center." In 1980, Harris joined the cast of "Knots Landing" as Lilimae Clements. She stayed with the series until 1987. Harris was nominated for an Emmy for her performance on the CBS series.
In 1986, Harris appeared in an episode of "Family Ties" as Margaret Hollings, an older woman in Mallory Keaton's (Justine Bateman) class.
After her time on "Knots Landing," Harris' TV work included many minseries projects. She appeared in "The Civil War" and "Scarlett." Harris' last credited TV role was the 1999 TV movie "Love Is Strange." In addition to her five Tonys, the actress took home three Emmys during her long career. She was honored with Emmys for "Little Moon of Alban," "Victoria Regina" and Outstanding Voice-Over Performance in "Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony." In 2005, Harris appeared as part of the "Knots Landing" reunion and received a Kennedy Center Honors.
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