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STACY EDWARDS won rave reviews for her
role in the disturbing independent film, "In The Company of Men." Her
amazing and highly acclaimed performance as Christine, the deaf secretary whose
heart is deliberately broken by two cruel businessmen, was so convincing that
many viewers believed she was really deaf. She was nominated for a 1998
Independent Spirit Award and the film won the 1997 Filmmakers Trophy at the
Sundance Film Festival.
From 1997-1999 Edwards played Dr. Lisa Catera, a series regular on the
Emmy-nominated CBS-TV series, "Chicago Hope." She has recently
completed roles in three other features, New Line's "The Bachelor,"
with Chris O'Donnell and reuniting her with Brooke Shields, "Four Dogs
Playing Poker," opposite Olivia Williams and Tim Curry, and "The Next
Best Thing" co-starring with Madonna and Rupert Everett.
Edwards was most recently seen starring as Bess Houdini opposite Jonathan
Schaech in the TNT telefilm, "Houdini."
She also recently co-starred in "Primary Colors," and has numerous
television roles and independent films to her credit.
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