Actress Ellen Tyne Daly was born in the US on February 21, 1946. The American Theatre Hall of Fame honoured Ellen Tyne Daly in 2011 after she won a Tony Award and six Emmy Awards for her television work.
Tyne Daly started her stage career in summer stock in New York before making her Broadway debut in the drama “That Summer – That Fall” in 1967.
She is best recognized for her role as Detective Mary Beth Lacey on the television series “Cagney & Lacey,” for which she earned four Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
James Daly and Mary Hope Daly are actors and are Daly’s parents. She is of Irish heritage, and Kerry and Limerick were the home of her forefathers. She has an actor brother named Tim Daly. Her sisters are Mary Glynn and Pegeen Michael.
As the lead in the Broadway revival of “Gypsy” in 1989, Daly won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical in 1990. Moreover, Daly performed the characters of Alice Henderson in “Christy” (1994–1955), for which she won an Emmy in 1996, and Maxine Gray in “Judging Amy” (1999–2005), for which she won a sixth Emmy in 2003. She also played Anne Marie Hoag in the Marvel Studios film “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (2017).
Is Tyne Daly A Lesbian?
Tyne Daly is not a lesbian because she was wed to Georg Stanford Brown from 1966 to 1990.