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Actress

Dana Robins Ivey, American actress. Recipient Drama League award California Shakespeare Festival, 1979; Fulbright grantee London Academy Dramatic Art, 1964. Member Actors Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Canada Actorws Equity Association, Association Canada television and Radio Actors.

Background

Ivey, Dana Robins was born on August 12, 1941 in Atlanta. Daughter of Hugh Daugherty and Mary Nell (McKoin) Ivey.

Education

Bachelor, Rollins College, 1963.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Appeared in Off-Broadway plays MacBeth, 1981, A Call From the East, 1981, Vivien, 1982, Baby With the Bathwater, 1983, Quartermaine's Terms (Drama Desk nomination, OBIE award 1983), Driving Miss Daisy (Drama Desk nomination, Outer Critics Circle award 1988, OBIE award 1987), Wenceslas Square, 1988 (Outer Critics Circle award 1988), Mistress Warren's Profession, 2005 (OBIE award 2006). Broadway plays Present Laughter, 1982, Heartbreak House (Tony nomination 1984), Sunday in the Park with George (Tony nomination 1984), Pack of Lies, 1985, The Marriage of Figaro, 1985, Indiscretions, 1995, Sex and Longing, 1996, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, 1997, Waiting in the Wings, 1999, Major Barbara, 2001, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, 2003, Henry IV, 2003, The Rivals, 2004. In films including Explorers, 1984, The Color Purple, 1985, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, 1988, Sabrina, 1995, Legally Blonde II, 2003, Two Weeks NOtice, 2003.

      In television shows including Easy Street, Heartbreak House, Sunday in the Park.

Membership

Member Actors Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Canada Actorws Equity Association, Association Canada television and Radio Actors.

Connections

father:
Hugh Daugherty Ivey

mother:
Mary Nell (McKoin) Ivey