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Born: December 14, 1951 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA Profession: Cast ...
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2003:
Appeared in Ang Lee's "The Hulk" based on the Marvel comic book character
2005:
Co-starred in the southern independent drama "Junebug"; premiered at Sundance
2001:
Had featured turns in "Hearts in Atlantis" and "In the Bedroom"
1988:
Returned to feature films in character parts in "Stars and Bars" and "A New Life"
2004:
Starred with William Hurt and Sigourney Weaver in M. Night Shyamalan's "The Village"
2002:
Appeared in the critically acclaimed "Far from Heaven" by director Todd Haynes
1979:
Broadway debut in "Loose Ends"
1995:
Had key role in "Dead Man Walking"
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Moved to New Orleans to be wit then-fiance; broke off engagement and resumed career
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Raised in South Carolina
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Acted in regional theater and Off-Off- and Off-Broadway productions
1995:
Acted in Tennessee Williams' "Suddenly Last Summer" alongside Elizabeth Ashley in Broadway revival
2003:
Cast in the Showtime series "Out of Order"
2000:
Co-starred on Broadway in Sam Shepard's "True West"
2007:
Co-starred with Sam Rockwell in the dramedy "Joshua"; screened at sundance
1997:
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"
2002:
Played Jeff Goldblum's wife Bunny in the indie hit "Igby Goes Down"
1981:
Acted in the short-lived Broadway play "The Lady From Dubuque", by Edward Albee
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Attended theater school in London
1996:
Co-starred in "Flirting With Disaster"
1981:
Feature film debut in "Honky Tonk Freeway"
1980:
Made first TV pilot, "The Single Life" (NBC)
1977:
Moved to NYC
1981:
Played waitress Jolene Hunnicut on "Alice" (CBS)
1999:
Appeared in "Ride With the Devil" and "The Talented Mr. Ripley"

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