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Angela Paton was recently seen on Broadway in Harvey. Her long theatrical career includes two other Broadway runs plus many roles at regional theaters; i.e., San Francisco’s ACT, Washington’s Arena Stage, Mark Taper Forum, LATC and South Coast Rep. In Berkeley, where she lived for 25 years, she worked as actress and director at The Berkeley Repertory Theatre and the Magic Theatre and founded the Berkeley Stage Company where she was the artistic director for 10 years. Her favorite roles were Mary Tyrone, Mother Courage, Cleopatra, the Beauty Queen’s mother and Peg O’ My Heart. Her favorite film roles were in Groundhog Day, American Pie, The Con and Red Eye. She has appeared in more TV shows than she can remember. She has translated and adapted plays by Marivaux, Sardou and Moliere. She is very proud of her three children, five grand children, and her husband, Robert W. Goldsby, and his newly published book Moliere on Stage: What’s So Funny.