LIV TYLER (Grace Stamper) made her film debut with the
leading role in "Silent Fall," directed by Bruce Beresford.
After another lead in "Empire Records," Tyler portrayed
a waitress in a local diner in James Mangold's "Heavy,"
a favorite at the 1995 Sundance Film Festival. More recently,
she starred in the Bernardo Berhlucci film "Stealing Beauty"
opposite Jeremy Irons and in Pat O'Connor's "Inventing The
Abbotts." The 20yearold's upcoming projects include
"Plunkett & Macleane," directed by Jake Scot and
"Eugene Onegin" costarring Ralph Fiennes. This
summer she begins filming "Cookies Fortune" along with
Glenn Close and Julianne Moore, to be directed by Robert Altman.
Born in New York, Tyler was raised in Portland, Maine, until the
sixth grade, when her family returned to Manhattan. She began
modeling at age 14 and was seen in numerous print ads and television
commercials before a move to acting.
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