Dana Delany is an American film, stage and television actress, she was born on 13th March, 1956, in New York City. She started her professional; carrier in late 1970s. She grew up in Connecticut she she attended Phillips Academy in Andover, MA, then Wesleyan University. Her early career startes as a TV role on Love of Life (1979), performing on Broadway in A Life (1980), then back to TV on As the World Turns (1981). The west coast production of the controversial play Bloodmoon (1983–84) leads her migration to Hollywood. The next few years she preformed as some small parts in various films and TV guest spots, including an appearance on Moonlighting(1985) and three notable episodes on Magnum P.I.(1986). From the mid-1990s, Delany has served on the board of the Scleroderma Research Foundation, along with her friend Sharon Monsky, she helped campaign for support in finding a cure for scleroderma. She won two Golden Globes and also won an Emmy for China Beach in 1989. Camp Hope, Multiple Sarcasms, Drunkboat, The Game, Kidnapped, Resolution and Acknowledgement are some other of her credits. She has had a notable World Wide Web presence from the mid of 1990s. She has participated in several online chat events promoting various projects. Her Official Web Site, online since 1996, includes a guestbook in which she participates.