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HOLLY HUNTER (Asst. D.A. Mona Camp) is one of the most intriguing actresses of our time. With every role, she has demonstrated her range of versatility and continues to do so in her various upcoming projects.

Most recently, Hunter has appeared in the ABC television film "When Billie Beat Bobby," Showtime's "Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her," the Coen brothers' "0 Brother, Where Art Thou? " "Jesus' Son," "Timecode," "Living Out Loud," and Showtime's "Harlan County War," for which she earned both an Emmy and Golden Globe nomination for Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie.

Hunter has been nominated for an Academy Award® three times: twice for Best Supporting Actress, in 1987 for "Broadcast News" and in 1993 for "The Firm," and again in 1993, when she won the Best Actress Oscar® for her stunning performance as a mute Scottish widow in Jane Campion's "The Piano."

Other film credits include "Home For the Holidays," "Copycat," "Once Around," "Always," "Raising Arizona," "Crash," "A Life Less Ordinary," "A Gathering of Old Men," and HBO's "The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom," for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination and won the Emmy Award for Best Actress. Hunter was also awarded the Emmy for her role as Jane Roe in NBC's "Roe vs. Wade."

Onstage, Hunter has had a long association with playwright Beth Henley, collaborating with her seven times, beginning in 1982, when Hunter made her Broadway debut in Henley's "Crimes of the Heart." Other New York stage credits include Henley's "The Wake of Jamey Foster," "The Miss Firecracker Contest," "Battery," "The Person I Once Was, "A Weekend Near Madison," and ‘‘Impossible Marriage.


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