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Academy Award-winning actress MARISA TOMET plays Liz, an editor at M Magazine, who encourages her best friend Jane to write a column about her theory.

Tomei achieved international stardom as well as an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the hit comedy "My Cousin Vinny."

She has also starred in the films "Slums of Beverly Hills," "Welcome to Sarajevo," "The Perez Family," "Untamed Heart," "Equinox," "Chaplin," "The Paper," "A Brother's Kiss" and "Unhook the Stars" (opposite Gena Rowlands), for which Tomei was honored by her peers with a Screen Actors Guild nomination.

Tomei was last seen on film in the comedy "What Women Want" opposite Mel Gibson. She will next be seen in "In the Bedroom," with Sissy Spacek.

Tomei was last seen on stage in Nobel Prize-winning playwright Dario Eo's "We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay!" Her previous theater credits include Clifford Odet's "Waiting for Lefty" and "Rocket to the Moon," both directed by Joanne Woodward; as well as the premiere of Tony Kushner's "SLAVS" at the New York Theater Workshop. Other stage work includes "Comedy of Errors" for the Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park, "What the Butler Saw" at the Manhattan Theater Club, plus work at the Second Stage Theater, Playwrights Horizons, and Williamstown Theater Festival, among many others. Tomei made her Broadway debut in "Wait Until Dark."

She is a member of the Naked Angels Theater Company and Blue Light Theater Company in New York City.

Tomei's other honors include the Theater World Award and an Outer Critics Circle nomination for her work in "Daughters," a Dramalogue Award for "Beirut," and two MTV Movie Awards.


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