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Laura Linney

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Birth Date: February 5, 1964

Birth Place: New York, New York, USA

Height: 5' 7"

Education: Graduated Northfield Mount Hermon School in 1982. Graduated from Brown University in 1986. Graduated Juilliard School in 1990.

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Nude Filmography:
Filmography at IMDB

Kinsey 2004
Life of David Gale, The 2003
Love Actually 2003
Further Tales of the City 2001
Maze 2000

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Laura Linney has built a career playing idealistic women who are not always as normal as they appear. Linney came to film via theater, a medium in which she had been involved more or less since birth. The daughter of respected off-Broadway playwright Romulus Linney, Laura Linney was born in New York City on February 5, 1964. Her parents divorced when she was six months old. Thanks to her father's job, Linney grew up working in the theater, both behind the scenes and, in her late teens, on the stage. Following prep school in Massachusetts, she attended both Brown University and Juilliard, and she was soon appearing in a number of Broadway productions. She garnered notice for her roles in plays like The Seagull and Six Degrees of Separation, and won particular acclaim for her performance in Hedda Gabler.

Linney made her onscreen debut in 1992 with a small role as a teacher in Lorenzo's Oil. The following year, she had a brief but pivotal role as Kevin Kline's presidential mistress in Dave, appeared in Searching for Bobby Fischer, and landed a lead as one of the protagonists of Armistead Maupin's acclaimed Tales of the City, which aired on PBS. Linney later reprised her role as Mary Ann Singleton for More Tales of the City in 1998. Following leads in two box-office failures, A Simple Twist of Fate (1994) and Congo (1995), Linney had a supporting role as Richard Gere's lawyer/ex in Primal Fear (1996). Based on the strength of her performance, Clint Eastwood chose her to play his daughter -- another lawyer -- in Absolute Power the following year. In 1998, Linney sent up her wholesome, fresh-scrubbed appearance to great effect as Truman Burbank's wife in Peter Weir's highly acclaimed The Truman Show.

The actress finally came into her own in 2000, thanks to two very different parts in two highly acclaimed independent features. Writer/director Kenneth Lonergan's You Can Count on Me featured Linney as Sammy, a small-town single mother whose placid life takes some interesting turns when she's visited by her errant brother Terry (Mark Ruffalo). Aided by Lonergan's precise script and her own copious note-taking, Linney turned in her most nuanced, accomplished performance to date. Critics paid attention: after its much-heralded debut at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, the film went on to garner a slew of recognition for its lead actress, including Best Actress of the Year awards from the National Society of Film Critics and the New York Film Critics Circle, and an eventual Oscar nomination for Best Actress. Linney further polished her reputation with a supporting turn as the icy Bertha Dorset in director Terence Davies' adaptation of Edith Wharton's The House of Mirth, released in late 2000.

Linney went on to feature in many successful films like The Mothman Porphecies (2002), The Life of David Gale (2003), Mystic River (2003), and Love Actually (2003). Next, Linney can be seen in P.S. in 2004, also featuring, Topher Grace, Gabriel Byrne, Marcia Gay Harden, and Paul Rudd.



Laura Linney Nude:
Kinsey 2004
Life of David Gale, The 2003

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