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In a 2016 interview with Milwaukee Talks, she said about her decision in appearing in only dramatic television: "When I started out, I wanted to be a serious actor, I never thought I'd get into comedy." She moved to New York City in 1948, where she performed in the theater and nightclubs.
During her early years in New York, she worked at the Village Vanguard (alongside up-and-coming talents such as singer Richard Dyer-Bennet) and at the posh Blue Angel, home to budding talents Barbra Streisand, Mike Nichols and Elaine May. In 1955 she released her first (and only) solo album, Songs I Taught My Mother, which featured "silly, sinful, and satirical" songs by Sheldon Harnick, Vernon Duke, John La Touche, Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart and Marc Blitzstein, among others.
On February 18, 2009, she appeared in a small role as Mrs. This was followed by roles in 'Way Out, The Defenders, Temperatures Rising, The Love Boat, The Partridge Family, Love, American Style, Mc Millan & Wife, Barney Miller, 227, Murder, She Wrote, St.
In November 2015, Rae released her autobiography, The Facts of My Life, which was co-written with her son, Larry Strauss. Rae's mother, Esther Lubotsky, had been childhood friends with Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir.As well as their new songs, they performed numerous selections from Last Splash and Pod (1990).Music critics commented that the performances were rousing, and that the band was as good as—or better than—in its heyday.She was nominated for an Emmy Award for her supporting role in the 1975 drama Queen of the Stardust Ballroom.In January 1975, Rae became a cast member on Norman Lear's ABC television comedy Hot l Baltimore, wherein she played Mrs.
Bellotti, whose dysfunctional adult son Moose, who was never actually seen, lived at the "hot l" (the "E" on the hotel's neon sign was burnt out). Bellotti, who was a bit odd herself, would visit Moose and then laugh about all the odd situations that Moose would get into with the others living at the hotel.