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The versatile and talented CALISTA FLOCKHART has worked in film, television and theater.

A renowned stage actress, Flockhart most recently appeared on Broadway in Scott Elliot's production of "The Three Sisters." She made her Broadway debut opposite Julie Harris in "The Glass Menagerie," for which she received the Theatre World Award and the Clarence Derwent Best New Talent Award.

Additional New York theater credits include Jonathan Marc Sherman's "Sophistry and Sons" and "Fathers" opposite Ethan Hawke; Garry Marshall's "Wrong Turn at Lungfish"; "All for One" with Liev Schrieber; Caryl Churchill's "Mad Forest"; and Warren Leight's "The Loop," which brought her to the attention of director Mike Nichols who cast her in "The Birdcage."

Regionally, Flockhart has starred as Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet," Cordelia in "King Lear," Irina in "The Three Sisters" and Emily in "Our Town."

Her additional film credits include "Drunks" with Richard Lewis and Faye Dunaway and "Telling Lies in America" with Kevin Bacon and Brad Renfro.

Flockhart currently plays the title character on "Ally McBeal," which has earned her a Golden Globe Award and an Emmy® nomination.

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