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"What I did was drink myself to sleep at night," she said. and Battle Cry was a film and music sensation in the 1950s, eliciting screams from young girls all over the world, and romancing such big-name stars as Natalie Wood and Debbie Reynolds.after which her father married model-actress Nanita Greene and had two more children: Tracy Griffith, who also became an actress, and Clay A. Her mother married agent and producer Noel Marshall.During her childhood and adolescent years, she lived part of the time in New York with her father and part-time in Antelope Valley, California, where her mother formed the animal preserve Shambala. Her first major role was in Arthur Penn's Night Moves (1975), in which she did several racy nude scenes at the age of 17.Untrained in song and dance, she still impressed New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley, who wrote: "Ms.Griffith is a sensational Roxie, possibly the most convincing I have seen" and "[the] vultures who were expecting to see Ms. She played Caan's mother again during 2014–16 in a recurring role on his television show Hawaii Five-0. In the interim, Griffith guest-starred on Nip/Tuck and Hot in Cleveland.Griffith's well-known drug and alcohol addictions stalled her career, but she made a comeback at age 26 with her role as a porn actress in the Brian De Palma thriller Body Double (1984).
In 1998 she appeared in Woody Allen's Celebrity which featured an all-star cast.Griffith appeared in advertisements and briefly worked as a child model before abandoning the career, citing extreme shyness as the reason. This drew attention to her and typecast her as a nymphet in films such as Smile, The Drowning Pool (both also 1975), and One on One (1977).She was cast as "Melanie", the daughter of her real life mother, Tippi Hedren, in the film Roar (1981), directed by then-stepfather Noel Marshall.She achieved mainstream success when Mike Nichols cast her as spunky secretary Tess Mc Gill in the box office hit Working Girl (1988), co-starring Harrison Ford, Sigourney Weaver, Alec Baldwin and Joan Cusack.Griffith's performance was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress and won her the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy.