PATRICIA ARQUETTE (Frankie
Paige) has established herself as a versatile leading lady in
motion pictures as well as television. In film, she has worked
with such celebrated directors as David Lynch (Lost Highway),
John Boorman (Beyond Rangoon), Tim Burton (Ed Wood)
and Tony Scott (True Romance) among several others.
Born in Chicago into an acting family that includes father Lewis,
grandfather Cliff and siblings Rosanna, David and Alexis, Arquette
was raised in Southern California. She first gained notice starring
as a deaf woman in the Lifetime television film Wildflower,
directed by Diane Keaton (for which she also won the CableAce
Award as Best Actress in a Movie for Cable). After working for
eventual Stigmata director Rupert Wainwright in the TV
film Dillinger, she moved into feature films with roles
in Nightmare On Elm Street III, Inside Monkey Zetterling, Far
North, The Indian Runner, Ethan Frome, Holy Matrimony, Infinity,
Flirting With Disaster, The Secret Agent, Nightwatch, Goodbye
Lover and The Hi-Lo Country (for director Stephen Frears).
Her most recent work includes starring roles in the films In
the Boom Boom Room and Martin Scorsese's forthcoming Bringing
Out the Dead (which also stars her husband, actor Nicolas
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