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Nancy Giles

Nancy Giles


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Actress Nancy Giles appeared on the big screen many times over the course of her Hollywood career. Giles started off her acting career mostly in film roles, appearing in "Off Beat" (1986), the Tom Hanks blockbuster fantastical comedy "Big" (1988) and "Working Girl" (1988). She also appeared in the Woody Allen comedic drama "New York Stories" (1989) and the comedy adaptation "Me and Him" (1989) with Griffin Dunne. She worked in series television while getting her start in acting, including a part on "China Beach" (ABC, 1987-1991). She kept working in film throughout the nineties, starring in "Angie" (1994) with Geena Davis, the Mark Christopher Lawrence comedy "Fear of A Black Hat" (1994) and "I'm Not Rappaport" (1996) with Walter Matthau. She also worked in television around this time, including a part on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" (1990-96). Recently, she tackled roles in the drama "States of Control" (2001) with Jennifer Van Dyck, "Loverboy" (2006) with Kyra Sedgwick and the drama "Superheroes" (2007) with Dash Mihok. She also appeared in the thriller "Joshua" (2007) with Sam Rockwell and the Lisa Haas comedy "The Foxy Merkins" (2014). Most recently, Giles acted in the Emma Stone dramatic comedy "Irrational Man" (2015).

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