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You mention the name Betty Buckley and two things come to mind....Abby on TV dramedy "Eight is Enough," and most prominently the lady who sings the hell out of "Memories" from Andrew Webber’s "CATS" on Broadway, the latter winning her a Tony.

But there is so much more to what Buckley has offered us with her talents in theater ("CATS", "Mysteries of Edwin Drood," "Sunset Boulevard" and the fabulous flop "Carrie"), television ("Eight is Enough," "Pretty Liars"), film ("Carrie," "Tender Mercies," "The Happenings"), and music with fifteen solo releases over the past 43 years. At 65, Betty Buckley has no indication of slowing down either.

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