Frances Fisher is a Hollywood actress whose career started in the 1970s. She debuted as Detective Deborah ‘Red’ Saxon in the CBS soap opera The Edge of Night. She next made her film debut in 1983’s Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?. The rest of the ’80s saw her perform in the films Tough Guys Don’t Dance, Heart, Patty Hearst, Lost Angels, and Pink Cadillac. The following decade, she had performances in the films Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael, L.A. Story, Unforgiven, Molly & Gina, Striptease, and Wild America. She also played Ruth DeWitt Bukater in 1997’s Titanic. She later portrayed Ella van Heemstra in the movie The Audrey Hepburn Story. In the 2000s, she had supporting roles in Laws of Attraction, The Kingdom, Jolene, and The Perfect Game. Back on TV, she Lucille Langston in Resurrection and Edna Eshelman in Masters of Sex.