Elaine Bromka has had a long and rewarding career. Her film work includes Uncle Buck (playing Cindy, the mom), In the Family and Without a Trace. Television work includes Girls, The Sopranos, Sex and the City, ER, Providence, Dharma & Greg, Sisters, Law & Order,Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Stella Lombard on Days of Our Lives, the Emmy Award-winning Playing for Time with Vanessa Redgrave and Catch a Rainbow, for which Bromka herself won an Emmy. She has appeared on Broadway (The Rose Tattoo, I'm Not Rappaport, Macbeth) and off-Broadway (Roundabout Theatre's Inadmissible Evidence with Nicol Williamson, the world premiere of Michael Weller's Split at Ensemble Studio Theatre and Candide with the National Theatre of the Deaf). Leading roles at regional theatres across the country range from Much Ado About Nothing's Beatrice to Shirley Valentine, for which she was cited for outstanding solo performance in New Jersey in 1997 by The Star-Ledger. Starring opposite Rich Little in The Presidents for PBS, where she portrayed eight first ladies, led to her co-writing TEA FOR THREE: Lady Bird, Pat & Betty with Eric H. Weinberger. Since its successful off-Broadway run, she has continued to tour with it nationwide. A member of the Actors Studio, a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Smith College and a faculty member at Smith and NYU, she has also taught one-day acting workshops at more than 100 colleges and prep schools.