MELANIE GRIFFITH (Nicole Oliver) received an Academy Award
nomination and won a Golden Globe award for her memorable role
as Tess McGill in Mike Nichol's smash hit "Working Girl."
Griffith has just completed filming "Crazy in Alabama"
starring opposite Lukas Black ("Sling Blade"), David
Morse and Cathy Moriarty for TnStar Pictures. In the film, Griffith
stars as an eccentric star-struck Southern housewife wanted on
a murder charge.
Recently, she earned praise for her work opposite Paul Newman
in Robert Benton's "Nobody's Fool" and in Lee Tamahori's
"Mulholland Falls," opposite Nick Nolte. She portrayed
Charlotte Haze in Adrian Lyne's controversial film "Lolita,"
also starring Jeremy Irons and Dominique Swain, and will soon
be seen in Larry Clark's "Another Day in Paradise" opposite
One of today's most sought-after and versatile actresses, Griffith
has collaborated with some of the film industry's most important
directors. Her career began at the age of seventeen in Arthur
Penn's "Night Moves." She then appeared in the murder
mystery "The Drowning Pool" starring Paul Newman; gained
attention as a starlet who holds the missing pieces to the murder
puzzle in Brian De Palma's "Body Double;" and then co-starred
in Jonathan Demme's off-beat comedy-drama "Something Wild.."
She went on to star in Mike Figgis' stylist film noir "Stormy
Monday" with Tommy Lee Jones and Sting; Robert Redford's
"The Milagro Beanfield War" and John Schlesinger's psychological
thriller "Pacific Heights," opposite Michael Keaton
and Mathew Modine. Returning to work with director Brian De Palma,
she starred with Tom Hanks and Bruce Willis in "The Bonfire
of the Vanities" before joining Michael Douglas and Liam
Neeson in the World War II espionage romance "Shining Through."
After starring in "Paradise" with Don Johnson, Griffith
followed with Sidney Lumet's police drama "A Stranger Among
Us" and a remake of Garson Kanin's "Born Yesterday."
Her most recent film credits include Richard Benjamin's charming
comedy "Milk Money," opposite Ed Harris; a cameo in
"Now and Then" and Fernando Trueba's "Two Much"
starring Antonio Banderas and Daryl Hannah.
On television, Griffith recently starred in the mini-series "Buffalo
Girls," which earned her a Golden Globe nomination; and starred
with James Woods in the HBO film "Women and Men: Hills Like
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