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Enid Graham was an American actress who made a huge splash on Broadway with her Tony-nominated debut in "Honour" and appeared in several notable television shows such as "Boardwalk Empire" (HBO 2010-) and "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC 2005-). Graham showed remarkable talent as a youth and gained acceptance in the prestigious performing arts conservatory, the Juilliard School. Upon graduating, Graham stayed locally within New York City to lavish in the city's rich cultural heritage. Her Broadway debut was a particularly high point in the actress's career: she played Sophie, the young daughter of Joanna Murray-Smith's eponymous heroine, in the play "Honour" for which she received her first Tony nomination in the category of "Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play." In the following year, Graham made her first television appearance in a recurring role as Wrangler's mother in HBO's prison drama "Oz" (1997-2003). In 2001, Graham appeared in her first feature film as one of the many thousands of women searching for love in the romantic comedy "Herman, U.S.A." Although it would take another four years before she tackled another movie, Graham managed to appear in two consecutive films alongside Academy...

Enid Graham was an American actress who made a huge splash on Broadway with her Tony-nominated debut in "Honour" and appeared in several notable television shows such as "Boardwalk Empire" (HBO 2010-) and "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC 2005-). Graham showed remarkable talent as a youth and gained acceptance in the prestigious performing arts conservatory, the Juilliard School. Upon graduating, Graham stayed locally within New York City to lavish in the city's rich cultural heritage. Her Broadway debut was a particularly high point in the actress's career: she played Sophie, the young daughter of Joanna Murray-Smith's eponymous heroine, in the play "Honour" for which she received her first Tony nomination in the category of "Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play." In the following year, Graham made her first television appearance in a recurring role as Wrangler's mother in HBO's prison drama "Oz" (1997-2003). In 2001, Graham appeared in her first feature film as one of the many thousands of women searching for love in the romantic comedy "Herman, U.S.A." Although it would take another four years before she tackled another movie, Graham managed to appear in two consecutive films alongside Academy Award-winner Nicole Kidman, first in the political thriller "The Interpreter" (2005) and then in the critically-acclaimed independent film "Margot at the Wedding" (2007). Meanwhile, the talented actress continued to appear in plays around the country and in small roles on various television series. Graham landed her biggest television role to date as Rose Van Alden, the extremely religious and pro-Prohibition wife of Agent Nelson Van Alden (Michael Shannon) on the gangster series "Boardwalk Empire" (HBO 2010- )

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 Margaret (2011)
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 Silver Tongues (2011)
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 Interpreter, The (2005) Cast
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 Herman U.S.A. (2001) Dorrie
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Education

The Juilliard School: New York , New York - 1992

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