JEANNE TRIPPLEHORN portrays the ambitious and desirous
Lydia, who vies to keep axboyfriend Gerry in her bed at
Tripplehorn has not only established herself as one of Hollywood's
most beautiful women, but also as one of its most dynamic female
performers. Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, she moved to New
York where she attended the Juilliard School of Drama.
She made an auspicious film debut in 1992 in Paul Verhoven's "Basic
Instinct" opposite Michael Douglas. Other film credits include
"The Night We Never Met" with Matthew Broderick, Sydney
Pollack's "The Firm" opposite Tom Cruise, "Water
World" opposite Kevin Costner and Scott Winant's romantic
comedy "Til There Was You" opposite Dylan McDermott,
and the thriller "Office Killers," directed by acclaimed
photographer Cindy Sherman, in which she plays a cunning and manipulative
office worker who meets an untimely end.
Tripplehorn was recently seen as Masha in Scott Elliot's stage
version of Anton Chekov's "The Three Sisters." Costarring
Amy Irving, Lili Taylor, Eric Stoltz, Billy Crudup and David Straihairn,
"The Three Sisters" played at the Roundabout Theatre
in New York City.
For television, she recently starred opposite Arliss Howard in
"Old Man," a project based on William Faulkner's classic
novella. Other theatre credits include John Patrick Shanley's
"The Big Funk" and "Tis Pity She's A Whore"
opposite Val Kilmer. Both productions were staged at the Public
Tripplehorn stars oppossite Hugh Grant in the Mickey Blue Eyes,
which is currently filming in New York.
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