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ROBIN TUNNEY (Christine York)
possesses a unique combination of talent and grace that has quickly made her one
of the most sought-after young leading ladies in Hollywood. She is currently in
production on The Vertical Limit opposite Chris O'Donnell, which will be
released by Columbia in 2000.
She will next be seen in MGM's
sci-fi thriller Supernova opposite James Spader and Angela Bassett, which
will be released in January, 2000. Most recently, she starred in Bob Gosse's
critically-acclaimed independent film Niagra, Niagra, for which she
received the Best Actress-Cuppa Volpe Award at the 1997 Venice Film Festival and
a Best Actress nomination from the Independent Spirit Awards.
Tunney starred in Andrew Fleming's
The Craft, for which she and co-star Fairuza Balk won an MTV Movie Award.
Tunney's additional film credits include Encino Man, opposite Brendan
Fraser and Julian Po opposite Christian Slater.
For television, Tunney starred in
the ABC mini-series J.F.K. Reckless Youth, opposite Patrick Dempsey and
TNT's Riders of the Purple Sage, opposite Ed Harris and Amy Madigan. Most
recently she co-starred with Kyra Sedgwick and Stanley Tucci in HBO's Montana.
Tunney began her career in Chicago
where she studied at the Chicago Academy for the Performing Arts and performed
in such plays as Bus Stop and The Effect of Gamma Rays on
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