Marian Seldes won a Drama Desk Award for Father's Day.
15 Facts About Marian Seldes
Marian Seldes was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame in 1995 and received the Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2010.
Marian Seldes's maternal aunt, Marian Wells Hall, was a prominent interior decorator.
Marian Seldes went on to an illustrious career in which she earned five Tony Award nominations, winning her first time out in 1967 for A Delicate Balance.
Marian Seldes performed in a number of movies and in radio plays.
Marian Seldes studied with Sanford Meisner, Katharine Cornell, and Martha Graham.
Marian Seldes provides an inspiration that makes you want to reach outside of yourself to something more potent and powerful.
In 2002, Marian Seldes began teaching at Fordham University, Lincoln Center.
Marian Seldes appeared in every one of the 1,809 Broadway performances of Ira Levin's play Deathtrap, a feat that earned her a mention in the Guinness Book of World Records as "most durable actress".
Marian Seldes was well known for her readings of short stories in the "Selected Shorts" series hosted by Isaiah Sheffer at New York City's Symphony Space.
Marian Seldes was the recipient of a 2010 Tony Lifetime Achievement Award.
In 2012, Marian Seldes played the knife-wielding socialite Mabel Billingsly in the film adaptation of Wendy Mass' popular children's book Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life, written and directed by Tamar Halpern.
Marian Seldes had one child, Katharine, by her first marriage to Julian Claman.
Marian Seldes died at age 86 on October 6,2014 in Manhattan.