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The tall, striking granddaughter of celebrated writer Ernest Hemingway, this actress' performance as Woody Allen's high school-age girlfriend in "Manhattan" (1979) earned her an Oscar nomination. Hemingway made her feature debut with her older sister Margaux in the drama "Lipstick" (1976). She starred as a lesbian pentathlete in "Personal Best" (1982) and as murdered Playboy model and actress Dorothy Stratten in Bob Fosse's "Star 80" (1983).
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Made film debut at age 14, opposite her sister Margaux in "Lipstick"
TV-movie debut, "I Want to Keep My Baby" (CBS)
Received a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination as Woody Allen's teenage love interest in "Manhattan"
Played a bisexual athlete in Robert Towne's "Personal Best"
Portrayed slain <i>Playboy</i> centerfold Dorothy Stratten in Bob Fosse's "Star 80"
First Off-Broadway play at the Manhattan Theatre Club in "California Dog Fight"
Made stage debut in the Dallas production of "The Palace of Amateurs"
Became owner/secretary for Clear Water Pictures
Had featured role in the ABC miniseries "Amerika"
Cast as divorce lawyer Sydney Guilford in the ABC drama, "Civil Wars"
Displayed her comic talents opposite John Candy in "Delirious"
Became spokewoman for John Paul Mitchell Systems hair products
Made a guest appearance on an episode of ABC's "Roseanne" playing a lesbian
Played a series regular on the short-lived CBS drama, "Central Park West"
Re-teamed with Woody Allen for a small role in "Deconstructing Harry"
Played a woman who is encouraged by her husband (Mike Binder) to have a threesome in "Sex Monster"; Binder also wrote and directed
Had a pivotal role in Rod Lurie's "The Contender"
Re-teamed with Mike Binder to star in the comedy "Londinium"
Portrayed Maria Shriver in A&E's biopic on Arnold Schwarzenegger, "See Arnold Run"
Starred as a Secret Service agent, opposite David Keith in "In Her Line of Fire"