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Armstrong's professional acting career began in 1975 with the Off-Off Broadway debut, "Harmony House"
Then, in 1977, Armstrong made her television debut as Julia Peters on the CBS sitcom, "On Our Own"
In 1978 Armstrong starred opposite Richard Thomas in her first TV-movie "Getting Married"
Armstrong continued to make several films for both the big and small screens in the 1980s, among them "High Road to China" opposite Tom_Selleck; "Jaws 3-D" with Dennis_Quaid; Alan Alda's "The Four Seasons"; the TV miniseries "Lace"; and "Nothing in Common", starring Tom Hanks and Jackie Gleason
The 1990s brought Armstrong to her best-known role, playing Patty Chase on the critically acclaimed series "My So-Called Life"
In 2000, she appeared on the sitcom "Frasier", in the episode "Mary Christmas
In 2008, Armstrong played Penelope Kendall on "Boston Legal"