Judith Ivey

Judith Ivey is an American actress, best known for Flags of Our Fathers, What Alice Found, The Devil’s Advocate, and The Woman in Red. Other film credits include A Bird of the Air, The Stand-In, Without Limits, A Life Less Ordinary, Washington Square, Brighton Beach Memoirs, The Lonely Garden, and Mystery, Alaska.

Television credits include Ellen Parker on USA’s White Collar, Eleanor Markus on NBC’s Will & Grace, B.J. Poteet on CBS’ Designing Women.

Broadway theatre credits include her debut as Kate in Bedroom Farce and her Tony Award-winning role as Josie in Steaming (Brooks Atkinson Theatre), Margaret Thatcher in The Audience (Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre), Lavinia Penniman in The Heiress (Walter Kerr Theatre), Sally Durant Plummer in Follies (Belasco Theatre), Lil in Voices in the Dark and Bea in Precious Sons (Longacre Theatre), and her Tony Award-winning role as Bonnie in Hurlyburly (Ethel Barrymore Theatre).