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portrays Gina, a young high school teacher who insists that her
boyfriend Michael steer clear of her mobster family.
Since Jeanne Tripplehorn made her motion picture debut in 1992
in Paul Verhoeven's "Basic Instinct" opposite Michael
Douglas and Sharon Stone, she has established herself as one of
Hollywood's most dynamic female performers.
Tripplehorn recently was seen in the romantic drama "Sliding
Doors," starring with Gwyneth Paltrow, and in "Very
Bad Things," the directorial debut of Peter Berg, in which
she shares the screen with Christian Slater and Cameron Diaz.
Her other film credits include "Office Killer," the
directorial debut of acclaimed photographer Cindy Sherman; "The
Night We Never Met" with Matthew Broderick; Sydney Pollack's
"The Firm" opposite Tom Cruise; Kevin Reynolds' "Waterworld"
opposite Kevin Costner; and the romantic comedy "Til There
On stage, she most recently starred in the role of Masha in the
stage version of Chekov's "The Three Sisters" opposite
Amy Irving and Lili Taylor at the Roundabout Theater on Broadway.
Her other theatre credits include John Patrick Shanley's "The
Big Funk" and "Tis a Pity She's a Whore" opposite
Val Kilmer. Both were staged at the Public Theatre.
In television, Tripplehorn starred opposite Arliss Howard in the
critically acclaimed telefilm "Old Man," based on William
Faulkner's classic novella, for CBS.
Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tripplehorn moved to New York,
where she attended Juilliard School of Drama.
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