CATHERINE O'HARA (Cindy Beugler) first began making audiences laugh in 1976 on the groundbreaking comedy series "Second City TV," which earned her an Emmy Award for writing. From there she went on to a distinguished acting career, starring in such films as "Home Alone," "Heartburn," "Beetlejuice," "Dick Tracy," "Best in Show," for which she won an American Comedy Award for Funniest Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture, and most recently, "Speaking of Sex." In addition, O'Hara provided the voices of Sally and Shock in the hugely successful animated feature "The Nightmare Before Christmas."
O'Hara made her television directorial debut with an episode of "Dream On," entitled "And Your Little Dog, Too," and she also wrote, co-starred and co-directed
a short film for "Late Night with David Letterman." Her other television credits include "Committed," "Hope," "Really Weird Tales" and "The Last Polka." She has also starred in and directed an episode of "The Outer Limits."
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