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Emmy-winning actress Holland Taylor ‘64 has been nominated for a 2013 Tony Award for her portrayal of legendary Texas Governor Ann Richards in her one-woman Broadway hit, ANN.

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Actress Holland Taylor ’64 has earned this year’s Public Leadership in the Arts Award from the Americans for the Arts organization. Given in recognition of “an elected official or artist who plays an important role in the advancement of the arts and arts education,” past recipients include public officials Nancy Pelosi, Edward Kennedy, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, as well as artists Herbie Hancock, Harry Belafonte, Tony Bennett, and Gloria Estefan.

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Emmy Award-winning actress Holland Taylor '64 was on NPR's Morning Edition this week to discuss her upcoming one-woman play about former Gov. Ann Richards of Texas, one of her personal heroes.

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The New York Times chronicles Holland Taylor’s '64 acclaimed acting career as she eyes a move from Los Angeles to New York and plans to mount a one-woman play about former Gov. Ann Richards of Texas, one of her personal heroes. Taylor calls it "gathering myself for my own third act."