Torn was honored with the prestigious Helen Hayes Award for her performance as Terry in the Kennedy Performing Arts Center production of Warren Leight's Side Man. She has played both the lead and supporting roles in the play, winning a New York People's Choice Award for her performance as Patsy opposite Edie Falco in the Tony Award-winning Broadway company. She also starred in the West End production of Side Man in London.
On television, she starred in the CBS movie, Songs in Ordinary Time with Sissy Spacek and Beau Bridges. Additionally, she has guest-starred on the series The Sopranos, and Law and Order, and stars in the pilot, While She Was Out.
Torn starred in the Actor's Studio production of Machinal and won the Carbonell Award for her performance in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
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