Judith Light

Biography:
Judith Light has captivated audiences worldwide since her portrayal of 'Angela Bower' on the ABC-TV hit comedy series "Who's the Boss?." Fans are accustomed to her amazing talent that allows her to appear virtually unrecognizable in each of an incredible diversity of roles.
In 1999 Judith took on a new challenge, returning to her performance roots in theater starring as the brilliant 'Dr. Vivian Bearing' in the Pulitzer Prize winning play "WIT." She toured with the play nationwide, including San Francisco. More recently, June & July 2001 brought acclaimed actress Judith Light to her debut at The Shakespeare Theatre as Hedda Gabler. Judith received two Emmys for her work on "One Life to Live" and since leaving that soap opera, has starred in a series of made for television movies from "The Ryan White Story" to "Too Close to Home." Judith volunteers her time to organizations such as Project Angel Food, Heart Strings and The NAMES Project and is the first

Judith Light has captivated audiences worldwide since her portrayal of 'Angela Bower' on the ABC-TV hit comedy series "Who's the Boss?." Fans are accustomed to her amazing talent that allows her to appear virtually unrecognizable in each of an incredible diversity of roles.
In 1999 Judith took on a new challenge, returning to her performance roots in theater starring as the brilliant 'Dr. Vivian Bearing' in the Pulitzer Prize winning play "WIT." She toured with the play nationwide, including San Francisco.
More recently, June & July 2001 brought acclaimed actress Judith Light to her debut at The Shakespeare Theatre as Hedda Gabler.

Judith received two Emmys for her work on "One Life to Live" and since leaving that soap opera, has starred in a series of made for television movies from "The Ryan White Story" to "Too Close to Home."
Judith volunteers her time to organizations such as Project Angel Food, Heart Strings and The NAMES Project and is the first heterosexual (female or male) to sit on the board of directors of the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center, whose extensive library is named after her.
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Judith Light's Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 53
Highest Metascore: 69 Digging for Fire
Lowest Metascore: 36 We'll Never Have Paris
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 5
  2. Negative: 1 out of 5
5 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
69 Digging for Fire Aug 21, 2015 Cast / Grandma 5.8
36 We'll Never Have Paris Jan 22, 2015 Jean tbd
40 Last Weekend Aug 29, 2014 Veronika Goss / Veronika Goss 5.1
56 Save Me Sep 5, 2008 Producer / Producer / Gayle / Gayle 5.5
62 Ira & Abby Sep 14, 2007 Arlene Black / Arlene Black 7.0