I know she gained weight in the '80s, but I think she would have looked gaunt without it. Some people just don't age well.
Not true, OP
She looked good during CAGNEY & LACEY.
The problem is Tim looked extra good.
Tim looks younger and better looking than his son who's also an actor.
It happens. The homeliest girl in our class had an older sister that was a cheerleader/Homecoming Queen.
I always thought that must have added extra salt to the wound.
All siblings are equally attractive. Just in different ways, that's all.
Tyne Daly is just Tim Daly in a fat suit.
Maggie and Jake Gyllenhall are equally unattractive, r6.
Tyne Daly may not be a goddess but she's surely not the polar opposite of gorgeous.
Still, the answer to your question is yes - full siblings can greatly vary in attractiveness.
R4 That was Tim, not Tyne
Tim and Tyne Daly Team Up on 'Wings'
"We're both hard workers. We got that from dad," says Tim Daly, star of the NBC sitcom "Wings."
He is talking about himself and his sister, Tyne Daly, with whom he performs for the first time Thursday when she guest-stars on his series.
Dad was the late actor James Daly, who starred in the TV series "Medical Center" from 1969-1976. Their mother, Hope Newell, is also an actress.
In Thursday's episode, Tyne plays a rich woman who causes havoc among the staff of the commuter airline that is the show's setting.
"It's a delicious part," says the actress, whose normal show business terrain is TV drama ("Cagney & Lacey") and, more recently, the stage ("Gypsy").
"And it was fun to work with Tim. But," she laughs of her sitcom experience, "I didn't know whether to play to the audience or the camera."
Tim, who caught attention in a failed but wonderful CBS series, "Almost Grown," in 1988-89, says he and Tyne "have a similar, straightforward way of working, and we had a really good time. I'd love to do it again on the stage, in something more sustained and deeper."
Speaking about their father, he says: "He had a lot of impact about how we feel about acting and approaching it. When we grew up, acting was considered an honorable and viable occupation in our household. We grew up with a lot of high ideals."
Did he ever act together with his father?
"No. Dad and I were going to do a play together, a summer tour of 'Equus,' in 1978. I was in college at Bennington (Vt.) and it was my first professional acting job. But he died the first day of rehearsals. We were just a few hours apart from working together. I went ahead and did the tour."
Tyne worked with her father "on a couple of occasions. Once, we were in a play, 'Jenny Kissed Me,' at the Bucks County Playhouse in Pennsylvania. Mama was in it, too. And I did four 'Medical Centers,' but there was only one of them in which I really had anything to do with Dad."