- Appeared in a summer production of The King & I in Dallas when she was 12.
- Made her Broadway debut in The Canterbury Tales in 1969, opposite Hermione Baddeley.
- Time magazine named her one of the "most promising faces of tomorrow" in 1970.
- Lost vision in her left eye in 1971 after undergoing surgery to remove a benign tumor.
- Appeared in a series of popular commercials for Wheat Thins in the 1980s.
- Played Amanda Wingfield opposite her son Jeffrey Correia, who played Tom, in a Jennerstown, PA production of The Glass Menagerie in 2009.
- 1972, Emmy — Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Nominee
- 1980, Tony — Actress (Musical): Nominee
- 1972, Golden Globe — New Star of the Year - Actress: Nominee
- 1977, Emmy — Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series: Nominee
- 1971, Tony — Actress (Musical): Nominee
- 1969, Tony — Actress, Supporting or Featured (Musical): Nominee
- 1972, Golden Globe — Actress in a Leading Role - Musical or Comedy: Nominee
- Bruce Scott — Ex-husband
- Michael Correia — Son
- Mancil Ray Duncan — Father
- Jeffrey Correia — Son
- Sylvia Duncan — Mother
- Thomas Calcaterra — Ex-husband
- Don Correia — Husband
- Lon Morris College, Jacksonville, Texas, United States
- Birth Name: Sandra Kay Duncan
- Birth Place: Henderson, Texas, United States
- Birthday: February 20, 1946, Pisces
- Profession: Actor, Dancer, Singer
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