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Academy Award® nominee CAROL KANE (Helga) recently appeared in Disney's "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen” and the independent film "Cosmopolitan.” She received an Oscar® nomination for her role in director Joan Micklin Silver's 1975 film, "Hester Street.” Her numerous film credits include "Carnal Knowledge,” "The Last Detail,” "Annie Hall,” "Dog Day Afternoon,” "The World's Greatest Lover,” "When a Stranger Calls,” "The Princess Bride,” "Scrooged,” "The Lemon Sisters,” "The Pallbearer,” "Office Killer,” "Tree's Lounge,” "Addams Family Values” and "My First Mister.”

For television, Kane won two Emmy® Awards for her role on the now-classic series "Taxi” and received a third Emmy® nomination for her appearance on "Chicago Hope.” Her many other television credits include "Pearl,” "Seinfeld,” "Brooklyn Bridge,” "Beggars & Choosers,” "Noah's Ark” and "Audrey's Rain.”

A well-respected stage actor, Kane is currently on tour with the Tony Award-nominated "Wicked.” Kane last starred on Broadway in Larry Gelbart's comedy "Sly Fox” opposite Richard Kind. Additional theatre credits include "Control Freaks,” "Signature,” "The Lucky Spot” and "Family Week,” by Beth Henley; Shakespeare's "The Tempest,” "Macbeth,” "A Midsummer Night's Dream”; John Cassavete's "A Woman of Mystery”; Terrence McNally's "Frankie & Johnny,” "The Exonerated” (2004 production) and "Don't Make Me Laugh” with Gene Wilder. Most recently, Kane was honored to be the contributing director for Geraldine Hughes' one-woman show "Belfast Blues.”

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