(RACHEL POWELL) has been working steadily on the heels of her critically acclaimed role opposite Howard Stern in Private Parts. Most notably, having just finished a successful run starring as 'Sally Bowles' in the Roundabout Theater Company's Broadway revival of Cabaret at Studio 54, opposite Alan Cumming and directed by Sam Mendes, McCormack has recently been seen in a succession of films. She appeared in the independent films Other Voices, starring opposite Stockard Channing and Campbell Scott, and in The Broken Hearts Club opposite John Mahoney, Timothy Olyphant and Nia Long, both of which premiered at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival. She also starred in Madison, a film that premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival, opposite Jim
Caviezel, Bruce Dern and Jake Lloyd, as well as in the short film Big Love, opposite Sam Rockwell.
This fall, McCormack stars with Minnie Driver in High Heels & Low Lifes, a film that opened in the UK in July. She also has a cameo appearance in the independent film World Traveler, starring Julianne Moore and Billy Crudup and directed by Bart Freundlich.
McCormack portrayed the 'President of the World Hair Federation' alongside Frances Fisher and Craig Ferguson in The Big Tease, which showcases the eccentric participants of a hair stylist competition. She also appeared alongside Sandra Bullock and Liam
Neeson, playing a mobster's wife in a scene-stealing role in Gun Shy, and in the I 999 Sundance Film Festival premiere Getting To Know You, alongside Heather Matarazzo and Bebe
Additionally, McCormack starred in the London stage production of Neil LaBute's play Bash at the Almeida Theatre opposite Matthew Lillard and directed by Joe Mantello.
McCormack's additional feature film credits include a role in Mystery,Alaska, opposite Russell Crowe, a film about the residents of a small town who get over-excited when their hockey team is chosen to host a televised event. Written by David E. Kelley and directed by Jay Roach, the film also featured Burt Reynolds, Hank Azaria and Ron
Eldard. She also appeared in True Crime, directed by Clint Eastwood, Deep Impact, directed by Mimi
Leder, The Alarmist, opposite Stanley Tucci and David Arquette, Father's Day, Cohn
Fitz, Miracle on 34th Street, and Backfire. McCormack received critical acclaim for her series regular role as 'Justine Appleton', on the Steven Bochco television series, Murder One.
McCormack's additional stage credits include the David Warren directed productions of My Marriage to Ernest Borgnine and A Fair Country.
Born in Plainfield, New Jersey, McCormack is a graduate of Trinity College and resides in Los Angeles.
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