ROBIN TUNNEY (Annie Garrett) has quickly become one of the most sought after young leading ladies in Hollywood. She was recently seen in End
of Days, with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Gabriel Byrne, and will soon be seen in Alan Rudolph's Investigating Sex, opposite Nick Nolte and Neve Campbell.
Tunney began her career in her hometown of Chicago, where she studied at the Chicago Academy for the Performing Arts. She moved to Los Angeles at the age of 18 and moved into television and film.
She starred in Bob Gosse's critically acclaimed independent film Niagara Niagara, for which she received the Best
Actress-Cuppa Volpe at the 1997 Venice Film Festival and a nomination for Best Actress at the 1999 Independent Spirit Awards.
Tunney also starred in Andrew Fleming's box-office smash The Craft, for which she and co-star Fairuza Balk won an MTV Award. Her film credits also include Encino Man, opposite Brendan Fraser, and Empire
For television, Tunney starred in the ABC miniseries "JFK: Reckless Youth," opposite Patrick Dempsey, and TNTs "Riders of the Purple Sage," opposite Ed Harris and Amy
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