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Geraldine Leer is an American film, television, and theatre actress based in New York City.

She can be seen as Grandma Karen in the new Robert Zemeckis series, MANIFEST, Mondays at 10pm on NBC (premiers Sept. 24th).

She has just completed filming a lead role in the feature CHRISTMAS CAMP and will be seen later this year in indie films I CAN, I WILL, I DID and 39 AND A HALF (as Hillary Clinton).  She will also be seen in Netflix' THE GOOD COP.

Geraldine most recently appeared on the New York stage in the world premiere of Charles Mee's Soot and Spit (N.Y. Times Critics' Pick), directed by Kim Weild at the New Ohio Theatre, and Bone On Bone  in the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival (directed by Misti Wills). She made her New York debut at The Roundabout Theatre Company in The Member of the Wedding and The Country Girl. She has also worked at regional theaters around the country—from the La Jolla Playhouse and the Dallas Theatre Center to The Westport Country Playhouse.

And most notably, she has survived teenagers.