Betty Buckley

Betty Buckley is an American theater, film and concert artist. Born in Texas in 1947, she made her debut on Broadway at age 22 in 1776. More roles followed in New York and London, and in 1983 she won the Tony award for Cats and established herself as a true Broadway legend. She has appeared in Pippin, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Promises, Promises and Sunset Boulevard. On TV, she is best known for her role as Abby Bradford, the stepmother on Eight is Enough, and for her recurring role on Oz. On film, she has appeared in Carrie, Tender Mercies, Frantic and Simply Irresistible. Betty Lynn Buckley has made ten solo recordings, including With One Look, The London Concert, Live at the Donmar, The Doorway, Children Will Listen, Much More and Heart to Heart. She now concertizes extensively across the United States, performing an eclectic mix of Broadway, blues, country, popular and cabaret songs. She receives uniformly rave reviews wherever she sings for her interpretative and dramatic skills. In 2003, Betty Buckley moved to a 35-acre ranch outside of Weatherford, Texas, where she owns and shows cutting horses. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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