Began her TV career as the Statue of Liberty on Happy Days opposite Ron Howard. Both of her parents had music careers, as her mother, Judy, was a singer and TV star, and her father, Filberto, a radio personality. Inspired to follow in her parents' footsteps after seeing Angela Lansbury perform on stage. Best known to many as Corrine Tate on the controversial late-1970s satirical TV series Soap. Stage credits include They're Playing Our Song and Company. Active in a local theater in Connecticut, where she raises funds and is a summer-theater director. Teaches voice at Manhattanville College in the state of New York.