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ANJELICA HUSTON (Etheline Tenenbaum) received the Academy Award® for Best Supporting Actress, as well as the Los Angeles and New York Film Critics Awards, for her performance as Maerose Prizzi in "Prizzi's Honor," directed by her father, John Huston. Anjelica Huston would appear in many of her father's films, including "Sinful Davey" (in which she made her feature film debut), "A Walk with Love and Death," and his final film, "The Dead." Huston has also been honored with two other Academy Award® nominations, for her roles in Paul Mazursky's "Enemies: A Love Story" and Stephen Frears' neo-noir "The Grifters." Additional film credits include Woody Allen's "Crimes And Misdemeanors" and "Manhattan Murder Mystery"; "The Addams Family" and "Addams Family Values"; Francis Ford Coppola's "Gardens Of Stone"; "Buffalo '66"; "The Witches"; "The Perez Family"; and "Ever After." Huston most recently co-starred with Nick Nolte and Uma Thurman in the Merchant- Ivory adaptation of Henry James' novel, "The Golden Bowl." In March of 2000, Huston directed, produced, and starred in "Agnes Browne," which was presented at the Director's Fortnight at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival.

Huston received an Emmy nomination for her performance in the mini-series "Buffalo Girls" and another for her role in the mini-series "Lonesome Dove." She made her directorial debut in 1996 with an adaptation of Dorothy Allison's best-selling memoir "Bastard Out of Carolina," for which she was nominated for a Director's Guild of America Award and an Emmy Award.


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