Jessica Walter is the mother of re-invention.
After getting her start on Broadway more than 50 years ago, she carved a notable career as a dramatic actress in films such as Sidney Lumet's 1966 "The Group" and Clint Eastwood's 1971 directorial debut, "Play Misty For Me," as well as countless TV series including "The Streets of San Francisco," "Trapper John, M.D." and "Amy Prentiss," for which she won an Emmy.
But for the last decade, she's been the queen of comedy.
Walter's career took a 180-degree turn in 2003 when she was cast as the deliciously caustic Lucille Bluth, the vodka-swilling mother from hell in the Emmy...