AMY IRVING (Jane) first came to the attention of the film
world when she starred in two Brian De Palma films, "Carrie"
and "The Fury." She went on to starring roles in "Voices,"
"Honeysuckle Rose," "The Competition," "Yentl"
(Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress), "Micki
and Maude," "Crossing Delancey," "Benefit
of the Doubt," "Kleptomania," "Carried Away"
and "I'm Not Rappaport."
Irving trained at the American Conservatory Theater and the London
Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. On stage in New York, she starred
in Arthur Miller's "Broken Glass," "Amadeus,"
"Heartbreak House" and "The Road to Mecca,"
as well as in the Los Angeles production of "The Heidi Chronicles."
This year she appeared in an all-star Broadway production of Anton
Chekhov's "Three Sisters."
On television Amy Irving has starred in the CBS television movie
"The Twilight Zone: Rod Serling's Lost Classics." She
has appeared in several series ("Police Woman" and "The
Rookie") and starred in the hit mini-series "Anastasia."
She is currently filming "The Confession" opposite Alec
Baldwin and Ben Kingsley.
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