'Who’s the Boss?' star Judith Light, 69, shows off her edgy style in a fitted blazer
Judith Light, 69, is still turning heads as she brought high fashion to the big city on Wednesday. The star was spotted in a white blazer outfit in New York City during a visit for Sirius XM Studios.
Light, who starred as Angela Bower in the "Who's the Boss?" sitcom, wore the edgy fitted suit against the studio's white backdrop, creating a white-on-white visual that portrayed the actress' daring fashion choice.
The blazer suit featured '80s-inspired shoulder pads and a green embroidered pattern on the pocket area. The white trousers were plain with a small flare at the ankle. The design was simple but made a strong statement.
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Light completed the look with white stilettos, modest jewelry, and a natural makeup look. Her blond tresses fell just below her shoulders in waves.
Light, who has made appearances in several films and series, appeared in the recurring role of Elizabeth Donnelly in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" from 2002 to 2010.
She also played the character Claire Meade in ABC's "Ugly Betty" between 2006 and 2010. Light was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for that role in 2007.
Later in 2011, Light was also nominated for a Tony Award for her "Lombardi" play performance on Broadway. It was in 2012 and 2013 that she won two Tony Awards.
She captured two Best Featured Actress in a Play awards for her performance in "Other Desert Cities" as well as in "The Assembled Parties."
Her future roles led to a part in TNT's drama "Dallas" from 2013 to 2014. She played the antagonist Judith Brown Ryland.
And in 2014, she starred as Shelly Pfefferman in the Amazon Studios series "Transparent," a dark comedy-drama series.
For that role, Light received quite a few nominations from various award shows including the Golden Globe, Primetime Emmy, and Critics' Choice Television Awards.