Tyne Daly
Daly at the 2009 premiere of PoliWood
Ellen Tyne Daly

(1946-02-21) February 21, 1946 (age 78)
Alma materBrandeis University
American Musical and Dramatic Academy
Years active1967–present
Known for
(m. 1966; div. 1990)

Ellen Tyne Daly (/ˈtn/; born February 21, 1946)[1] is an American actress. Over her six decade career she is known for her leading roles on stage and screen. She has won six Emmy Awards for her television work,[2] a Tony Award, and is a 2011 American Theatre Hall of Fame inductee.

Daly began her career on stage in summer stock in New York, and made her Broadway debut in the play That Summer – That Fall in 1967. She is best known for her television role as Detective Mary Beth Lacey in the CBS police drama Cagney & Lacey (1982–88), for which she won four Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. She also won Emmy Awards for her roles as Alice Henderson in the period drama series Christy (1994–95), and Maxine Gray in the legal drama series Judging Amy (1999–2005).

She starred in the Broadway revival of Gypsy (1989) earning the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical.[3] Her other Tony-nominated roles were in Rabbit Hole (2006) and Mothers and Sons (2014). She played Maria Callas, both on Broadway and in London's West End, in the play Master Class (2011–12).[4][5] Her other Broadway credits include The Seagull (1992) and It Shoulda Been You (2015).

Daly made her film debut in John and Mary (1969). She is known for her film roles in The Enforcer (1976), Hello, My Name Is Doris (2015), and The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018). She received a Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female nomination for her role in the Patrick Wang drama A Bread Factory (2018). She portrayed Anne Marie Hoag in Marvel Studios' Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017).

Early years and education

Daly was born in Madison, Wisconsin, to actor James Daly and actress Mary Hope (née Newell). She is of Irish descent, her ancestors being from Limerick and County Kerry.[6][7][8] Her younger brother is actor Tim Daly, and she has two sisters, Mary Glynn and Pegeen Michael.

She was raised in Rockland County, New York, where she started her career by performing in summer stock with her family; she earned her Equity Card at age 15. She studied at Brandeis University and the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.[7]


1967–1980: Career beginnings

Daly's first Broadway role was in 1967 in a short-lived play, That Summer, That Fall.[7][9][10]

Daly appeared in John and Mary (1969), Angel Unchained (1970), Play It as It Lays (1972), and The Adulteress.[7][9] She was cast as Inspector Harry Callahan's first female partner, Kate Moore, in the 1976 Dirty Harry film The Enforcer.[7] The film was critically panned, though a box office success. Daly's performance divided critics, with some calling it too "mannered" for film,[7] while others praised the strength she brought to the role.[11] The concept of a male/female police partnership was later used as the basis for the television show Hunter.[12]

1981–2005: Breakthrough and stardom

Daly in 1997

Daly appeared in the CBS police-procedural crime drama Cagney & Lacey as Mary Beth Lacey, the married working mother. She won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series four times, in 1983, 1984, 1985, 1988, and was a nominee in 1986 and 1987.[13][14] Between co-star Sharon Gless and herself, they won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series six years in a row.[citation needed]

In 1988, Daly appeared on the Dolly Parton TV variety show Dolly, and sang (at her request) a duet with Parton. Broadway producer Barry Brown saw the show and, impressed by Daly's performance, decided to mount a revival of the musical Gypsy with Daly in the lead role of Rose.[15] Cagney & Lacey had finished airing, and Daly agreed. In April 1989, the Daly-helmed Gypsy revival began a 14-city U.S. tour; it was then presented on Broadway in November 1989.[16] This production was the second revival of the show to play Broadway (the first was in 1974 with Angela Lansbury). Daly won the 1990 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance in Gypsy.[17] Daly left Gypsy in July 1990, with Linda Lavin playing Rose, and returned in April 1991 through closing in July 1991.

In 1991, Daly guest-starred on her brother Tim's series Wings, playing a woman who dates Brian Hackett (Steven Weber), brother of Tim's character Joe. She appeared in the Broadway revival of The Seagull in 1992 as Madame Arkadina.[7][18] She appeared as Sally Adams in the City Center Encores! staged concert of Call Me Madam in February 1995.[19] In regional theatre, she played Lola in Come Back, Little Sheba at the Los Angeles Theatre Center, Los Angeles, in April 1997.[20]

She appeared as social worker Maxine Gray, who was also the mother to the show's title character on the CBS drama Judging Amy, which ran from 1999 to 2005. Addressing a conference of the National Association of Social Workers in 2000, Daly said she had learned from social workers and social work texts to improve her portrayal of her character, and she added: "I take from you because you are the ones dealing with all the bad institutions of our society: institutionalized poverty, institutionalized racism, institutionalized cynicism."[21] Daly appeared in the Lifetime television film Undercover Christmas in 2003 titled Undercover Christmas, as Anne Cunningham.[22] Among her later television roles, Daly reunited with Cagney & Lacey costar Sharon Gless in a 2010 guest role on the series Burn Notice.

2006–present: Return to Broadway

Daly with her brother Tim Daly at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival

She appeared on Broadway in the David Lindsay-Abaire play Rabbit Hole (2006) portraying the mother of the play's protagonist, played by Cynthia Nixon.[23] For her performance she was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play. In January 2008, she played the role of Mother in the world premiere production of Edward Albee's Me, Myself & I at the McCarter Theatre, Princeton, New Jersey.[24] In 2009, she appeared in the original cast of Love, Loss, and What I Wore.[25] Daly performed a cabaret act, Second Time Around, in January 2010 at Feinstein's at Loews Regency, New York City. She had previously performed at Feinstein's in May 2009.[26]

During this time she took several roles in television including taking on the role of portraying Mabel Dodge Luhan in the Lifetime movie Georgia O'Keefe acting alongside Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen. She also guest starred as Carolyn Shepherd in a 2009 episode of the ABC medical drama series Grey's Anatomy and Tina in the 2010 episode of the USA Network series Burn Notice. She starred as Maria Callas in the Terrence McNally play Master Class at the Manhattan Theater Club on Broadway, from June 14, 2011 (previews) to September 4, 2011.[4] For her performance she was nominated for the Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Actress in a Play. Daly reprised her role as Maria Callas in the West End production of Master Class, which opened at the Vaudeville Theatre on February 7, 2012 (after previews from January 21) in a limited engagement to April 28, 2012.[5] She had a guest starring role as an imperious teacher Mrs. Plank in 2014 episode "Won't You Be Our Neighbor" from the ABC sitcom Modern Family. She originated the role of Judy Steinberg in It Shoulda Been You, at the George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, New Jersey, which ran from October 4 to November 6, 2011.[27] The musical ran on Broadway in 2015.

She took supporting roles in the independent film Hello, My Name Is Doris starring Sally Field, the romantic comedy film Basmati Blues (2017) with Brie Larson and played Anne Marie Hoag in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017). She had a minor role in the Coen Brothers anthology Western film The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018). That same year she had a leading role in the Patrick Wang films A Bread Factory Part 1 & 2 (2018). In the fall of that year Daly joined the cast of the revival of the Murphy Brown series, playing the character of Phyllis, who runs the bar which Murphy and her coworkers often patronize. She also guest starred in Grey's Anatomy in 2019, Madam Secretary in 2019, and Mom in 2021. In 2024 Daly was set to return to Broadway in a revival of John Patrick Shanley's play Doubt opposite Liev Schreiber;[28] however, she withdrew from the production after being hospitalized.[29]


Daly has been identified as a feminist icon in the media, particularly based on her television role in Cagney and Lacey.[30] Her role as Lacey showed a woman detective at a time where the idea was still novel; the show was also novel in presenting Lacey primarily in a work environment, rather than always showing the character at home.[9] She has also been outspoken about maintaining a natural appearance as she ages, and for the run of Judging Amy, Daly's hair was its naturally gray state and not dyed.[31]

Personal life

Tyne Daly was married to Georg Stanford Brown from 1966 to 1990.[32] They have three daughters, including actress Kathryne Dora Brown.[33][34]




Year Title Role Notes
1969 John and Mary Hillary
1970 Angel Unchained Merilee
1972 Play It As It Lays Journalist
1973 The Adulteress Inez Steiner
1976 The Enforcer Inspector Kate Moore
1977 Speedtrap Niffty Nolan
Telefon Dorothy Putterman
1981 Zoot Suit Alice Bloomfield
1985 The Aviator Evelyn Stiller
Movers & Shakers Nancy Derman
1997 The Lay of the Land Dr. Guttmacher
1999 The Autumn Heart Ann
2000 The Simian Line Arnita
A Piece of Eden Aunt Aurelia
2015 Hello, My Name Is Doris Roz
2017 Spider-Man: Homecoming Anne-Marie Hoag
Basmati Blues Evelyn
2018 The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Lady (Mrs. Betjeman) Segment "The Mortal Remains"
A Bread Factory, Part One Dorothea
A Bread Factory, Part Two


Year Title Role Notes
1954 Foreign Intrigue Girl Episode: "International Finance"
1968[35] General Hospital Caroline Beale
1968 The Virginian Faith Bradbury Episode: "The Orchard"
1969 Judd, for the Defense Sandy Jamieson Episode: "The View from the Ivy Tower"
1969 CBS Playhouse Sarah Episode: "Sadbird"
 1969 The Mod Squad Dolores Abernathy Episode: "The Death of Wild Bill Hannachek"
1970 The New People Kathy Episode: "On the Horizon"
1970 Ironside Joanna Leigh Episode: "The People Against Judge McIntire"
1970 Medical Center Jennifer Lochner Episode: "Moment of Decision"
1971 In Search of America Anne Television film
 1971 A Howling in the Woods Sally Bixton Television film
1971 Longstreet Marcella Episode: "One in the Reality Column"
1971 McMillan & Wife Janet Benton Episode: "Husbands, Wives, and Killers"
1971 Mission: Impossible Saretta Lane Episode: "Nerves"
1972 Heat of Anger Jean Carson Television film
1972 Young Dr. Kildare Rachel Dixon Episode: "The Thing with Feathers"
1972 Mod Squad Prudence Gordon Episode: "Good Times Are Just Memories"
1972 Medical Center Barbara Episode: "The Choice"
1973 Medical Center April Episode: "Deadly Game"
1973 Ghost Story Anna Freeman Episode: "Earth, Air, Fire and Water"
 1973 Hawkins Ellen Hamilton Episode: "A Life for a Life"
1973 The Rookies Marly Devon Episode: "A Farewell Tree from Marly"
 1973 The Man Who Could Talk to Kids Susie Datweiler Television film
 1974 Larry Nancy Hockworth Television film
1974 The Rookies Lucille Baker Episode: "Time Lock"
 1974 The Streets of San Francisco Mrs. Carlino Episode: "Commitment"
1974 Doc Elliot Beth Ann Blackner Episode: "The Touch of God"
1974 Barnaby Jones Madge Winston Episode: "A Gathering of Thieves"
1974 The Wide World of Mystery Laurie Episode: "The Haunting of Penthouse D"
1975 Lucas Tanner Jenny Milo Episode: "Collision"
1975 The Law Lucy TV miniseries
1975 Medical Center Liz Lathem Episode: "Gift from a Killer"
1975 The Rookies Mary Episode: "Cliffy"
1976 The Entertainer Jean Television film
1976 The Rookies Amy Kennedy Episode: "From Out the Darkness"
1977 Intimate Strangers Karen Renshaw Television movie
1977 Visions Ann Episode: "The Dancing Bear"
1978 Greatest Heroes of the Bible Abishag Episode: "The Judgment of Solomon"
1979 Shirley Athena Episode: "Twenty Years to Life"
1979 Better Late Than Never Ms. Davis Television film
1980 The Women's Room Adele Television film
1980 Quincy, M.E. Madeline Estes Episode: "The Night Killer"
1981  A Matter of Life and Death Donna Television film
1981 Quincy, M.E. Kay Silver Episode: "Gentle Into That Good Night"
1981 CBS Afternoon Playhouse Catherine Ellis Episode: "The Great Gilly Hopkins"
1981 Lou Grant Melissa Cummings Episode: "Violence"
1981–1988 Cagney & Lacey Det. Mary Beth Lacey Main Cast; 126 episodes
1982 Magnum, P.I. Kate Sullivan Episode: "The Jororo Kill"
1982 Quincy, M.E. Anna Krushevitz Episode: "For Love of Joshua"
1983 Your Place... or Mine Karen Television film
1983 The Mississippi Performer Episode: "The Shooting"
1986 Wanted: A Room With Love Narrator Television special
1987 Kids Like These Joanna Goodman Television film
1988 Dolly Genevieve Episode: "1.20"
1989 Stuck with Each Other Sylvia Cass Television film
1991 The Last to Go Mary Ellen Television film
1991 Face of a Stranger Dollie Madison Television film
1991 The Trials of Rosie O'Neill Vicki Lindman Episode: "The Reunion"
1991 Wings Mimsy Borogroves Episode: "My Brother's Keeper"
1992 Swamp Thing Carla Jeffries Episode: "Lesser of Two Evils"
1992 The Ray Bradbury Theater Cora Gibbs Episode: "Great Wide World Over There"
1992 Columbo Dolores Episode: "A Bird in the Hand..."
1993 No Room for Opal Glorene Television film
1993 Scattered Dreams Kathryn Messenger Television film
1994 The Forget-Me-Not Murders Dr. Archer Television film
1994 Christy  Alice Henderson Television film
1994 The Return Mary Beth Lacey A Cagney & Lacey television film
1994 Columbo Dorothea McNally Episode: "Undercover"
1994–1995 The Magic School Bus Dr. Tennelli Voice, 2 episodes
1994–1995 Christy Alice Henderson Main Cast; 20 episodes
1995 The Nanny Mona Episode: "Strange Bedfellows"
1995 Together Again Mary Beth Lacey A Cagney & Lacey Television film
1995 Bye Bye Birdie Mae Peterson Television film
1995 The View Through the Glass Ceiling Mary Beth Lacey A Cagney & Lacey Television film
1996 True Convictions A Cagney & Lacey television film
1997 The Perfect Mother Elanie Podaras Television film
1997 Tricks Sarah Television film
1998 Vig Ellen Television film
1998 For Your Love Mary Winston Episode: "The Mother of All Visits"
1999 Three Secrets Shelley Television film
1999 Absence of the Good Dr. Marcia Lyons Television film
1999 Execution of Justice Goldie Judge Television film
1999 Veronica's Closet Emily Blair Episode: "Veronica's from Venus/Josh's Parents Are from Mars"
1999 The Magnificent Seven Ma Nichols Episode: "Vendetta"
1999–2005 Judging Amy Maxine Gray Main Cast; 138 episodes
2001 The Wedding Dress Joan Delano Television film
2003 Undercover Christmas Anne Cunningham Television film
2009 Georgia O'Keeffe Mabel Dodge Stern Television film
2009–2019 Grey's Anatomy Carolyn Shepherd 2 episodes
2010 Burn Notice Tina Episode: "A Dark Road"
2014 Modern Family Mrs. Plank Episode: "Won't You Be Our Neighbor"
2016 Looking: The Movie Justice of the Peace Television film
2018 Murphy Brown Phyllis 13 episodes
2019 Madam Secretary Senator Amy Ross Episode: "Leaving the Station"
2021 Mom Barbara Episode: "Whip-Its and Emotionally Attuned Babies"


Year Production Role Venue Ref
Broadway roles
1967 That Summer - That Fall Josie Helen Hayes Theatre, Broadway [10]
1989 Gypsy Rose St. James Theatre, Marquis Theatre, National tour (1989-91) [17][36]
1992 The Seagull Madame Arkadina Lyceum Theatre [18]
2006 Rabbit Hole Nat Biltmore Theatre [23]
2011 Master Class Maria Callas Samuel J. Friedman Theatre [37][38]
2014 Mothers and Sons Katharine Gerard John Golden Theatre [39][40]
2015 It Shoulda Been You Judy Steinberg Brooks Atkinson Theater [41][42]
Off-Broadway roles
1966 The Butter and Egg Man Jane Weston Cherry Lane Theatre [43]
1995 Call Me Madam Sally Adams Encores!, New York City Center [44]
1998 Mystery School Performer Angel Orensanz Center [45]
2009 Love, Loss, and What I Wore Performer Westside Theatre [46]
2017 Dear World Countess Aurelia York Theatre Company [47]
2018 Downstairs Irene Primary Stages, Cherry Lane Theatre [48]
Other stage credits
1963 Jenny Kissed Me Performer Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, Pennsylvania [7]
2008 Agamemnon Clytaemnestra Getty Villa, Malibu, California [49]
2010 The Second Time Around Cabaret Feinstein's at the Regency, New York City [50]
Master Class Maria Callas Kennedy Center [51]
2011 It Shoulda Been You Mother of the Bride George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, New Jersey [52]
2012 Master Class Maria Callas Vaudeville Theatre, London [53]
2016 Dear World Countess Aurelia Valley Performing Arts Center, Los Angeles [54]
2017 Chasing Mem'ries Victoria The Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles

Awards and nominations

Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Tyne Daly

Daly has been nominated for the Emmy Award a total of 16 times; she has won 6 times, for the following television performances:[2][55]

She was also recognized for her work on Broadway receiving a Tony Award with three nominations:



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