Salome's agent is Richard Bauman and Associates.
Salome is currently married to Lee Leonard.
Salome was nominated for the Lead Preformance Award from the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle for her work in the West Coast Jewish Theatre's production of Leipzig.
Most recently, Salome has been doing voice work for such shows as Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Salome's first leading female film role had her starring along side Rock Hudson in the 1966 film Seconds.
While trying to get into theatre in New York, Salome worked as a secretary.
Salome has also done narrator work for the mini series The Great War and Shaping of the 20th Century.
Salome won the Clarence Award for The Balcony.
Among Salome's early theatre teachers were: Herbert Berghof, Martha Graham and Lee Strasberg.
Salome was named after her mother: Salomea.
Salome starred in eleven Broadway plays from 1956 to 1971.
Salome made her debut in the 1958 movie, Terror from the Year 5000.
In recent years, Salome has been a visiting Associate Professor at U.C.L.A. in the theater department.
Salome has on the L.A.'s Dramalogue Awards and San Francisco Bay Area's Critics Awards for her theatre work.
Salome was married to Ralph Meeker from 1964 to 1966.
The dress worn by Salome as the female shape shifter on the final episode of DS9 was sold at auction for $813.
Salome attended both Northwestern University and The Actors Studio.
Salome: When you choose a creative life, you never grow old. It's forever young and forever growing.