Cynthia A. Darlow (born June 13, 1949) is an American actress who for five seasons was part of the ensemble cast on the series Square One TV in addition to being the announcer. Her most notable characters were Judge Sandra Day O'Crater in the "Mathcourt" segments, Neighborhood Super Spy, as well as being host of the show's mini game show, Triple Play. In 1990, she played the part of Marge in Sesame Street Home Video Visits the Firehouse.
Darlow has many on and off-Broadway credits, including Grease, Prelude to a Kiss, Rumors, Taller Than a Dwarf, and Trouble in Paradise. Ms. Darlow is a member of the New York based The Actors Company Theatre (TACT). In television, she has made numerous appearances in three of the different Law & Order series, and guest starred on Soul Man and The Sopranos. Film credits include The Thomas Crown Affair (as Pierce Brosnan's secretary), Lost Souls (with John Hurt and Elias Koteas, as "Directionless Woman), and 25th Hour.
Per her Facebook page, Darlow graduated Hampton High School in 1967 and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in 1970.
She was formerly married to Ralph J Erenzo and is currently married to audiobook narrator Richard Ferrone.