ASHLEY JUDD (Libby
Parsons) made her feature film debut in Victor Nunez's internationally
acclaimed "Ruby in Paradise." Recently she completed
production on "Eye of the Beholder," an adaptation of
the Marc Behm novel, which also stars Ewan McGregor and k.d. lang.
Judd was most recently seen in "Simon Birch," a film
inspired by the John Irving novel "A Prayer for Owen Meaney."
She also starred in the box-office hit "Kiss the Girls,"
opposite Morgan Freeman, and "The Locusts," with Vince
Vaughn and Kate Capshaw, and appeared in "Heat," for
which she received critical acclaim opposite Robert DeNiro, Al
Pacino and Val Kilmer.
In the summer of 1996, she appeared in "A Time to Kill,"
opposite Samuel L. Jackson, Sandra Bullock and Matthew McConaughey.
Later that year, she starred opposite Luke Perry in "Normal
Life," for which she received critical acclaim. Also in 1996,
Judd received an Emmy nomination and a Golden Globe nomination
for her portrayal of Norma Jean in HBO's "Norma Jean and
Judd made her debut theater performance in the Naked Angel's production
of "Busted," directed by Timothy Hutton. She then went
on to star as Madge on Broadway in William Inge's Pulitzer Prize
winning play, "Picnic," at the Roundabout Theater Company
while simultaneously filming a supporting role in "Smoke,"
portraying the daughter of Harvey Keitel and Stockard Channing.
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