Sharon Gless (Narrator) has brought her own brand of humor, intelligence and dramatic flair to each of her roles. She is best known for her portrayal of New York Police Detective Christine Cagney on the hit series CAGNEY & LACEY. The role garnered her two Emmys®, a Golden Globe®, and six Emmy® nominations. Gless then re-teamed with the show’s executive producer, Barney Rosenzweig, on THE TRIALS OF ROSIE O’NEILL, for which she was awarded her second Golden Globe® and two more Emmy® nominations. Her other television credits include SWITCH, HOUSE CALLS, and TURNABOUT. Gless has received much acclaim for her dramatic roles in such television movies as SEPARATED BY MURDER, HARD HAT AND LEGS, HONOR THY MOTHER, HOBSON’S CHOICE and LETTING GO. She also starred in the mini-series THE IMMIGRANTS, THE LAST CONVERTIBLE, CENTENNIAL, and Garson Kanin’s MOVIOLA: THE SCARLETT O’HARA WARS, in which she played screen goddess Carole Lombard. Gless has appeared on stage in MISERY and CHAPTER TWO in London’s West End, as well as on film in THE STAR CHAMBER. Gless joined the cast of the groundbreaking Showtime series QUEER AS FOLK at the outset, starring as Debbie Novotny.