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Famke Janssen

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Height: 5' 11"

Nationality: Dutch

Birth Date: January 1, 1964

Birth Place: Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
Profession: actress, model

Education: Columbia University in New York (majored in Writing and Literature; 1988-1992)
University of Amsterdam (majored in Economics)
Took acting classes with Harold Guskin

Husband/Wife: Todd Williams (aka Kip Williams; screenwriter; married in 1995; separated in 1999; divorced in 2000)

Relationship: Ben Affleck (actor; born on August 15, 1972; dated in 2001)

Claim to fame: as Xenia Zaragevna Onatopp in Golden Eye (1995)

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Famke is a hottie on Nip/Tuck. Here she is wearing a hot black leather outfit with black knee high boots.

Filmography at IMDB

Four Saints, The (2004) (in production)
Family of the Year (2004) (announced)
Hide and Seek (2005) (post-production) .... Katherine
Eulogy (2004) .... Judy
X2 (2003) .... Jean Grey
... aka X-Men 2 (2003) (Singapore: English title) (USA: working title)
... aka X-2 (2003) (USA: poster title)
... aka X-Men 2: X-Men United (2003) (USA: promotional title)
... aka X2: X-Men United (2003) (USA: promotional title)
I Spy (2002) .... Special Agent Rachel Wright
... aka I-Spy (2002) (USA: promotional title)
Don't Say a Word (2001) .... Aggie Conrad
Made (2001) .... Jessica
X-Men (2000) .... Dr. Jean Grey
... aka X-Men 1.5 (2000) (USA: DVD title)
Circus (2000) .... Lily
Love & Sex (2000) .... Kate Welles
House on Haunted Hill (1999) .... Evelyn Stockard-Price
Faculty, The (1998) .... Miss Elizabeth Burke
Adventures of Sebastian Cole, The (1998) .... Fiona
Rounders (1998) .... Petra
Celebrity (1998) .... Bonnie
RPM (1998) .... Claudia Haggs
Deep Rising (1998) .... Trillian St. James
Gingerbread Man, The (1998) .... Leeanne
Snitch (1998) .... Katy
... aka Noose (1998) (Australia: DVD title) (USA: working title)
... aka Monument Ave. (1999) (USA: new title)
City of Industry (1997) .... Rachel Montana
Dead Girl (1996) .... Treasure
In Search of James Bond with Jonathan Ross (1995) (TV) .... Xenia Onatopp
GoldenEye (1995) .... Xenia Onatopp
Lord of Illusions (1995) .... Dorothea Swann
... aka Clive Barker's Lord of Illusions (1995)
Relentless IV: Ashes to Ashes (1994) .... Dr. Sara Lee Jaffee
Model by Day (1994) (TV) .... Lady X
Fathers & Sons (1992) .... Kyle Christian


TV Nip/Tuck Appearances:

"Nip/Tuck" (2003) playing "Ava Moore" in episode: "Joan Rivers" (episode # 2.16) 5 October 2004
"Nip/Tuck" (2003) playing "Ava Moore" in episode: "Trudy Nye" (episode # 2.14) 21 September 2004
"Nip/Tuck" (2003) playing "Ava Moore" in episode: "Oona Wentworth" (episode # 2.13) 14 September 2004
"Nip/Tuck" (2003) playing "Ava Moore" in episode: "Julia McNamara" (episode # 2.12) 7 September 2004
"Nip/Tuck" (2003) playing "Ava Moore" in episode: "Naomi Gaines" (episode # 2.7) 3 August 2004
"Nip/Tuck" (2003) playing "Ava Moore" in episode: "Bobbi Broderick" (episode # 2.6) 27 July 2004
"Nip/Tuck" (2003) playing "Ava Moore" in episode: "Manya Mabika" (episode # 2.3) 6 July 2004

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FAMKE JANSSEN is the rising star who portrays Winifred "Fred" Burkle on the WB network's cult hit, ANGEL. Amy Louise Acker was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Amy is the oldest of four children; one of her sisters is in college (2001) and her other sister and brother are in high school (2001). Amy's father is a lawyer in Dallas and her mother is a full time mom. Growing up Amy wanted to be a ballerina. She studied ballet, modern and jazz dancing for 13 years. But sadly after knee surgery in high school she couldn't dance anymore. So Amy started taking acting in high school during her sophomore year, and she loved it. Also in in the ninth grade, Amy began modeling.
She started Southern Methodist University in 1996.Amy is not a Methodist, but attended SMU because they were supposed to have a really good theater department. As part of her acting course at SMU, she was trained in weapons and certified in combat. Amy's first television role was in the Wishbone company, which was used solely for the PBS television show Wishbone. During her junior year,she modeled for J.Crew's Spring 1998 catalogue. Previous to that shoot, Amy spent 3 of her summers modeling in Japan. While in school she performed in many plays: Seta, Beast on the Moon at Stage West; Terry, Balm in Gilead; Isabella, Measure for Measure; Chorus, The Greeks; Christina, Fefu and her Friends; Anna, Apparent Wind. She performed with Undermain theater (UMT), during her senior year (1998-1999) at SMU, in the praised Therese Raquin which Amy was nominated for Actress in a leading role in 1999 Leon Rabin Awards. Whilst she was at SMU,she was in the TV movie "To Serve and Protect" as Melissa Jorgensen which was release February 14 1999. It was filmed in Dallas, Texas so it was close to home. She received her Bachelor in Fine Arts in Acting from SMU when she graduated in 1999.
After she graduated from SMU ,she went and worked at a Shakespeare theater for about eight months in Wisconsin called American Players Theater. There she played Hero in Much Ado About Nothing and Hilda in The Master Builder by Ibsen. After American Players Theater,she moved to New York for about eight months, wanting to still do theater. In July of year 2000 ,Amy was in the play Talc, which was part of the 11th edition of The American Living Room festival in Manhattan. Although originally Amy wanted to stay with theater,she ended up doing a couple of independent films (The Accident as Nina and The Energy Specialist) and a television pilot (MTV's Hell House). It was then Amy realized she wanted to also pursue an onscreen career. So she made a vocational decision and moved to down to Los Angeles, California in November of year 2000.
The transition was gentle for Amy because her agent was set up in both LA and NY. Furthermore Amy was glad that many of her SMU fellow graduates were in LA.When Amy first came to LA she roomed with a girl from American Players Theater. Before Amy auditioned for ANGEL she worked on the science fiction movie Groom Lake, with the acclaimed William Shatner, at the end of year 2000. Amy went in and read and after the final cut got the part. Originally "Fred" was suppose to be a three episode deal. She was still auditioning for work, and there were some possible pilots lined up. So when Joss Wheadon mentioned a possibility of her being a regular for ANGEL's third season, Amy needed to know quick. So they shot a test scene and sent it to the network for approval. It was approved and the rest is history. Amy would be a regular. ANGEL started shooting season three on July 10th 2001. During her free time Amy travels, reads, skis, does yoga, hikes and horseback-rides. And she is learning to play golf.For the summer of 2001 Amy visited her eldest sister in Paris. Like her character Fred she enjoys Mexican food. Amy still lives in LA.


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