Elaine Bromka has been a professional actress for over thirty years. Film: Cindy, the mom in "Uncle Buck"; "Without a Trace." T.V.: The Sopranos, Sex & the City, E.R., Providence, Dharma & Greg, Sisters, all the Law and Order series, Law and Order: Special Victims’ Unit, L&O: Criminal Intent, Stella Lombard on Days ofOur Lives, the Emmy Award–winning Playing for Time with Vanessa Redgrave and Catch a Rainbow, for which Ms. Bromka herself won an Emmy. She has appeared on Broadway (The Rose Tattoo, I’m Not Rappaport, Macbeth) and off-Broadway (Cloud 9 at the Lucille Lortel, Roundabout’s Inadmissible Evidence with Nicol Williamson, the world premiere of Michael Weller’s Split at E.S.T. and Candide with the National Theatre of the Deaf.) She has played leads at regional theaters across the country, including Long Wharf, Hartford Stage, Center Stage, Actors Theatre of Louisville, ACT/Seattle, O’Neill Playwrights Conference, Shakespeare and Company, McCarter Theatre, Pittsburgh Public Theater, George Street Playhouse, and the Folger Theatre Group, in roles ranging from Much Ado’s Beatrice to Shirley Valentine, cited as the outstanding solo performance in New Jersey in 1997 by the Star Ledger. After starring opposite Rich Little in The Presidents for P.B.S., where she portrayed the last eight First Ladies, she went on to collaborate with Eric H. Weinberger in writing the one-woman show, Lady Bird, Pat & Betty: TEA FOR THREE. She has now taken this show to more than sixty theaters across the country. A member of the Actors Studio and a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Smith College, she has also been on the faculty of Smith and NYU's Steinhardt School, and has taught her one-day “Acting for the Camera” workshop at more than seventy-five colleges and prep schools nationwide. Visit http://teaforthree.com/ for show video clips, and http://elainebromka.com/ for prime time video clips.