Netflix Movies Starring Tresa Hughes

Born in 1929 in Washington, Tresa Hughes was raised in Baltimore. She attended Maryland Art Institute and Johns Hopkins and George Washington Universities and graduated from Wayne State University. She was in the acting company at Pennsylvania's Hedgerow Theatre, led by Jasper Deeter; and a member of Playwrights Theater Company in Chicago, with Mike Nichols and Elaine May. She was an emphatic advocate for New York, where she lived for 55 years. She was an accomplished actress who was cast in more than 20 Broadway plays and was nominated for a Tony Award. On and Off Broadway, Ms. Hughes originated roles in more than 50 plays, including Hogan's Goat, by William Alfred; The Last Analysis, by Saul Bellow, with Sam Levene; The Prisoner of Second Avenue, by Neil Simon, directed by Mike Nichols, with Peter Falk; and The Man in the Glass Booth with Donald Pleasance, written by Robert Shaw and directed by Harold Pinter. Read more on iMDB