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ARLINGTON ROAD

JOAN CUSACK portrays Cheryl Lang, a conflicted woman who is the devoted wife of Oliver Lang and mother of Brady, their son.

ARLINGTON ROAD is a serious turn for the highly acclaimed comedic actress who has garnered two Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress in the recent hit comedy In & Out opposite Kevin Kline and in Mike Nichols' 1988 hit Working Girl, co-starring Harrison Ford and Melanie Griffith.

Cusack made her screen debut in 1980 with Tony Bill's My Bodyguard. She has also appeared in John Hughes' Sixteen Candles, Barry Levinson's Toys with co-star Robin Williams, James L. Brooks' Broadcast News, Stephen Frears' Hero, Jonathan Demme's Married To The Mob, Say Anything, in which she co-starred with her brother John Cusack, and Men Don't Leave, opposite Jessica Lange. Her other credits include A Smile Like Yours, Mr. Wrong, Two Much, Nine Months, My Blue Heaven, Addams Family Values and Grosse Point Blank.

She recently reteamed with her ARLINGTON ROAD co-star Tim Robbins in Cradle Will Rock, a feature Robbins produced and directed.

Cusack also starred in "The Cabinet of Dr. Ramirez," directed by Peter Sellars, considered one of the visionaries of modern theater. She has appeared in the stage productions of "The Road," "Cymbeline," "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "''Tis Pity She's A Whore."

Aside from film and theater, Cusack was a series regular on NBC's long-running hit comedy "Saturday Night Live" during its 1985-86 season. She also appeared opposite Anne Bancroft in the BBC production of Paddy Chayefsky's "The Mother."

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