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In 1996, Flockhart moved into slightly more mainstream territory when she appeared as the fiancée of Robin Williams' son in The Birdcage; more recognition came her way the following year when she earned strong reviews for her performance as Natasha in a production of Chekov's The Three Sisters.
1997 proved to be a watershed year for Flockhart; in addition to rave stage reviews and a substantial role in the Kevin Bacon vehicle Telling Lies in America, she was cast as the star of Ally Mc Beal.
Patricia Wettig stars as Holly Harper; William's longtime mistress and Emily Van Camp appears mid-season as Rebecca Harper; Holly's daughter.
Sarah, Tommy and Saul - who are most involved with the Walker family business - learn that William embezzled the company's funds.
The show turned out to be a sleeper hit, and Flockhart's titular Boston lawyer became an instantly recognizable name in the pop cultural lexicon.
The actress' heightened exposure was reflected both in numerous magazine articles about her and in her star billing in Michael Hoffman's 1998 adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream, which included Kevin Kline, Michelle Pfeiffer, Rupert Everett, and Christian Bale amongst its other illustrious cast members.
Nora embarks on a short romance with her contractor; however, this ends when she realizes she is not ready to date.
Nora begins to express her feelings through writing after finding stories she had written when she was younger and begins to take a class at a local college.
The series began with the death of Nora's husband William Walker and follows the discovery that he had a twenty-year affair with Holly Harper and the fact that William and Holly had a child together, Rebecca, that no one knew about.Sarah and Joe's marriage hits the rocks as they begin to drift apart.Sarah becomes jealous of Joe and the mother of one of his music students.After enduring years of relative poverty and sustained obscurity, the actress got her big break when she was chosen to play Laura in the 1994 Broadway production of Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie.Her portrayal won her both a Theatre World Award and the attention of Hollywood casting agents, and that same year she made her film debut with a bit part in Quiz Show -- and had a more substantial role in Getting In, a black comedy directed by a then-unknown Doug Liman.