Dinah Manoff received a Tony Award in 1980 as Best Featured Actress for her performance in the Broadway production of Neil Simon’s I Ought To Be In Pictures. She reprised the role in the motion picture of the same title. On television, she was a series regular on Soap, and is best known for her portrayal as Richard Mulligan’s daughter “Carol Weston” – the character she played for seven years on the NBC show Empty Nest. In feature films, Manoff played the role of “Pink Lady Marty Marachino” in the movie Grease. Other film credits include Ordinary People, Child’s Play, Staying Together, Backfire, I Ought To Be In Pictures, Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael, and most recently the independent film, Bart Got a Room. Dinah has coached and taught actors for many years in Los Angeles and here on Bainbridge Island where she resides.