Since her motion picture debut in "The Princess Bride," ROBIN WRIGHT PENN (Lori) has enjoyed a distinguished career, garnering worldwide acclaim as one of the most interesting and versatile actresses in the industry.
In 1997, Wright Penn received prestigious award recognition for her leading roles in two films: for "She's So Lovely" (co-starring Sean Penn and John
Travolta), she earned a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture; for
"Loved" (starring opposite William Hurt), which was a special presentation at the Toronto Film Festival, Wright Penn won the Best Actress Award at the Seattle Film Festival and received an Independent Spirit Award nomination.
Wright Penn can currently be seen starring opposite Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson in M. Night Shyamalan's "Unbreakable." She was also seen in "Message In A Bottle," directed by Luis Mandoki and co-starring Kevin Costner and Paul Newman; the independent film "Hurlyburly," directed by Anthony Drazen and co-starring Sean Penn, Kevin Spacey. Meg Ryan, Chazz Palininteri and Anna
Paquin. Prior to her performance in "Moll Flanders," Wright Penn co-starred with Tom Hanks and Sally Field in the international box office hit
'Torrest Gump," which earned her a Golden Globe nomination. Her other film credits include "Toys" (directed by Barry Levinson and starring Robin Williams), "The Playboys" (directed by Gilles MacKmnnon and starring Albert Finney and Aidan Quinn). "State of Grace" (directed by Phil Joanou and starring Sean Penn, Ed Harris and Gary
Oldman), "The Crossing Guard" (directed by Sean Penn) and
"Denial" (starring Jason Patric).
Upcoming, Wright Penn will star opposite Kenneth Branagh and Lynn Redgrave in "How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog," directed by Michael Kalesniko and produced by Robert Redford.
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