Mary Beth Hurt

Slender, aggressively versatile stage performer whose best known work includes "Trelawney of the Wells" (1976) with the New York Shakespeare Festival, "Love for Love" (1974) with the Phoenix Repertory Company and the Broadway production of "Crimes of the Heart" (1981-83). Hurt made her film debut as one of three emotionally tormented sisters in Woody Allen's starkly dramatic "Interiors" (1978) and followed up with her first feature lead in "Head Over Heels" (1979).