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ROBIN TUNNEY (Angela Harris) most recently starred in the Sundance Film Festival hit, Cherish.  Prior to that, she was seen on the big screen opposite Chris O'Donnell in the mountain-climbing adventure film, Vertical Limit. In 1999, Tunney starred opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger and Gabriel Byrne in the apocalyptic thriller End of Days. She will next be seen in Alan Rudolph's The Secret Lives of Dentists.

One of Tunney's richest and most challenging roles was that of Marcy, a young woman with Tourette's syndrome in Bob Gosse's critically acclaimed independent film Niagara, Niagara. Her performance earned her the Best Actress-Cuppa Volpe at the 1997 Venice Film Festival as well as a 1999 Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Female Lead. Tunney also starred in Andrew Fleming's The Craft, for which she and Fairuza Balk won an MTV Movie Award. Her additional film credits include Encino Man, opposite Brendan Fraser, and Julian Po, opposite Christian Slater.

For television, Tunney starred in the mini-series JFK: Reckless Youth, with Patrick Dempsey, and Riders of the Purple Sage, with Ed Harris and Amy Madigan. Most recently, she co-starred with Kyra Sedgewick and Stanley Tucci in HBO's Montana.

Tunney began her career in Chicago where she studied at the Chicago Academy for the Performing Arts.  She currently resides in Los Angeles.


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