She was joined at the event by her Lombardi co-stars, Dan Lauria, Keith Nobbs, Bill Dawes, Chris Sullivan, and Robert Christopher Riley. At the event, Light told a touching story about how her mother forecast Light's appearance on the wall of the venerable theater district institution.
Light received two Daytime Emmy Awards for her work on One Life to Live, and her many television credits include Who's The Boss?, Ugly Betty, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Her Broadway credits include A Doll's House, and her other stage credits include Wit, Sorrows and Rejoicings, Colder Than Here, Measure for Measure, A Streetcar Named Desire, and The Diary of Anne Frank.
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