British actress MIRANDA RICHARDSON's (Gloria) impressive list of motion picture credits include "Sleepy Hollow," "Enchanted April," "The Apostle," "The Crying Game," "Damage," "Tom & Viv," "The Evening Star," "Kansas City," "The Designated Mourner," "Empire of the Sun" and "Dance with a Stranger."
Richardson began her film career in English regional theater and television before making a stunning
film debut in 1985 in Mike Newell's haunting "Dance With A Stranger." The performance caught the eye of director Steven Spielberg who in 1987 cast her in "Empire of the Sun."
She went on to win a Golden Globe Award for her role as a sexy IRA terrorist in Neil Jordan's "The Crying Game" and received Oscar nominations for her roles in Louis Malle's "Damage," Mike Newell's "Enchanted April" and Brian Gilbert's "Tom & Viv."
Her television work has also resulted in numerous accolades. She won a 1994 Golden Globe Award for her starring role in the HBO film "Fatherland" and more recently received a Golden Globe nomination for her co-starring role in the Hallmark Hall of Fame's version of Alice In Wonderland, "Alice."
Richardson has also worked extensively on the stage.
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