Ellen Tyne Daly, who was born on February 11, 1946, is a popular American actress. Popularly, she is also known as a screen actress. Her brilliant work has won her six Emmy Awards for her performance in Television. Luck favored her so much when she won the Tony Award. She is also a part of the 2011 American Theater Hall of Fame. Her career was started in New York Click to look into! >> Read More... New York , and her debut play was That Summer- That Fall. She is commonly known as Detective Mary Beth Lacey in Cagney and Lacey. This role of hers was tremendously appreciated, and she was accolade well for this. This got her the Emmy Award four times in the form of Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. She was also in Gypsy in 1989 and was awarded the Tony Award for Best Actress in a musical role. Her television series Christy was extremely good, where she played the role of Alice and won an Emmy Award for it. Her younger brother is the actor Tim Daly. She was the holder of Equity Card at a tender age of 15. She also starred in her Brother Tim’s series called Wings. Here she portrayed the role of dating actor, Steven Weber. Her roles in a social manner were all talked about. She carried that off really well. She says that such roles have taught her a lot and she feels obliged to have done them.

She respects the social workers for dealing with such institutions and agents of the society. She appeared for ‘Lifetime’ wherein she played the role of a traditional mother and peacemaker. She appeared in the play, Rabbit where she played the role of the protagonist, Cynthia Nixon’s mother. Her maiden role of Judy Steinberg in shows like It Should Been You, at the George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, New Jersey, which ran from October 4 to November 6, 2011, were mind boggling. Daly staged a cabaret, Second Time Around, in the month of January in 2010 at Feinstein's New York City. She had previously staged a performance at Feinstein's in May 2009. She appeared in the film, The Enforcer in 1976 directed by Dirty Harry. Her performance wasn’t much appreciated, but the concept of the film got popularised. She was called the feminist icon of the television. One fact that startles us is that her hair is naturally grey in colour. She got married to Georg Stanford Brown, and they have three daughters. She is an inspiration to many and has maintained her legacy over time.