Marlee Matlin

Oscar-winning actress, activist

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In this re-broadcast, director Siân Heder and actress Marlee Matlin discuss their journey to make “CODA,” a family drama featuring a mostly Deaf cast.

Rerun: ‘CODA’ star on Deaf representation: ‘We just have to continue to make noise’

In this re-broadcast, director Siân Heder and actress Marlee Matlin discuss their journey to make “CODA,” a family drama featuring a mostly Deaf cast.

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Marlee Matlin has been one of the only Deaf actors consistently working in Hollywood.

Marlee Matlin: Deaf and disabled roles are more authentic in Hollywood

Marlee Matlin has been one of the only Deaf actors consistently working in Hollywood.

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Filmmaker Siân Heder and actress Marlee Matlin tell KCRW about their journey to make “CODA,” a family drama featuring a mostly Deaf cast.

‘CODA’ star on Deaf representation: ‘We just have to continue to make noise’

Filmmaker Siân Heder and actress Marlee Matlin tell KCRW about their journey to make “CODA,” a family drama featuring a mostly Deaf cast.

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