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|Born:||December 14, 1951||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Raised in South Carolina
Attended theater school in London
Moved to NYC
Acted in regional theater and Off-Off- and Off-Broadway productions
Broadway debut in "Loose Ends"
Made first TV pilot, "The Single Life" (NBC)
Acted in the short-lived Broadway play "The Lady From Dubuque", by Edward Albee
Feature film debut in "Honky Tonk Freeway"
Played waitress Jolene Hunnicut on "Alice" (CBS)
Moved to New Orleans to be wit then-fiance; broke off engagement and resumed career
Returned to feature films in character parts in "Stars and Bars" and "A New Life"
Acted in Tennessee Williams' "Suddenly Last Summer" alongside Elizabeth Ashley in Broadway revival
Had key role in "Dead Man Walking"
Co-starred in "Flirting With Disaster"
Earned acclaim and a Tony nomination for her turn as an upbeat assimilated Jew in 1939 Atlanta in Alfred Uhry's award-winning "The Last Night of Ballyhoo"
Appeared in "Ride With the Devil" and "The Talented Mr. Ripley"
Co-starred on Broadway in Sam Shepard's "True West"
Had featured turns in "Hearts in Atlantis" and "In the Bedroom"
Played Jeff Goldblum's wife Bunny in the indie hit "Igby Goes Down"
Appeared in the critically acclaimed "Far from Heaven" by director Todd Haynes
Cast in the Showtime series "Out of Order"
Appeared in Ang Lee's "The Hulk" based on the Marvel comic book character
Starred with William Hurt and Sigourney Weaver in M. Night Shyamalan's "The Village"
Co-starred in the southern independent drama "Junebug"; premiered at Sundance
Co-starred with Sam Rockwell in the dramedy "Joshua"; screened at sundance
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