Tyne Daly Kids

Tyne Daly Kids

Tyne Daly

Tyne Daly has inspired artists of all genres with her career, which spans theater, music, television, and film. If you didn’t know Tyne Daly by name, you certainly know her voice.



"I was brought up to believe that acting was a noble profession. I do think that we need each others stories. The fact that not everybody's stories get told is tragic-- the fact that we tell stories that discourage and disappoint and violate people-- that's also very wrong in my opinion. I wish there were more stories that had to do with uplift and beauty and delight… Television doesn't lead anything, television reflects what's going on- in several years delay. So all of a sudden women had best friends. They had somebody to talk to and I was the somebody to talk to for quite a while."

You know, my hair is very upsetting to people, but it's upsetting on purpose. It is important to look old so that the young will not be afraid of dying. People don't like old women. We don't honor age in our society, and we certainly don't honor it in Hollywood. (Source:

I don't take part in texting and those other things myself, so I don't really know if people put as much thought into messaging as they used to into writing letters. (Source: www.azquotes.com)


wikinbio.com)In the summer stock in New York, Daly began her stage career and debuted Broadway in The Summer – The Fall in 1967. She is remembered most for her role in TV in Cagney and Lacey as Detective Mary Beth Lacey (1982–88), for whom she was a four-time Emmy Award winner in a series of dramatic dramas as a leading actress. In 1989, she played the Gypsy Revival Broadway and won the 1990 Tony Award for Best Musical Actress.

Cagney and Lacy was a ground breaking show. It was the the first to cast two female leads as gritty self sufficient police detectives in New York. Cagney was blonde and single and Lacey was a married woman whose story line reflected the stories of many working mothers. She grappled with maintaining a household and thriving in a male dominated world. It’s hard to imagine now what a ground breaking story line it was when the producers decided to incorporate the real life pregnancy of Daly into the show and the first pregnant cop was brought to the silver screen. (Source: tvovermind.com Her career was started by acting with her family during summer stocks in Westchester County, New York, and at the age of 15 she won her Equity Card. She studied at the University of Brandeis and the American Academy of Music and Drama. (Source:wikinbio.com))

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