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JILL CLAYBURGH (Agnes Finch) is reunited with Ryan Murphy following her Emmy-nominated recurring role in his award-winning television series, "Nip/Tuck.” For nearly thirty years, Clayburgh has delivered stellar performances in a wide variety of roles. She has been nominated twice for Best Actress Academy Awards®: in 1979 for her performance in "An Unmarried Woman,” for which she received a Best Actress Award in Cannes as well as a nomination from BAFTA, and in 1980 for "Starting Over.” She is also the recipient of four Best Actress Golden Globe nominations: for "An Unmarried Woman,” "Starting Over,” "Luna” and "First Monday in October.”

On stage, Clayburgh most recently appeared on Broadway in "A Naked Girl on the Appian Way,” "The Busy World is Hushed,” and the revival of Neil Simon's "Barefoot in the Park.” She appeared in "The Rothchilds” and "Pippin” before landing roles in "Portnoy's Complaint,” based on the Phillip Roth novel, "The Terminal Man” and "The Thief Who Came to Dinner.” Clayburgh can currently be seen on stage in New York in the Lincoln Center production of "The Clean House,” with Blair Brown.

Among her motion picture credits are "Gable & Lombard,” "Luna,” "Silver Streak,” "Semi-Tough,” I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can,” "It's My Turn,” "Hannah K,” "Where Are the Children,” "Shy People,” "Rich in Love,” "Fools Rush In,” "Going All the Way” and "Never Again.” Equally at home on the small screen, Clayburgh's television credits include "Hustling,” (for which she was Emmy nominated), "Griffin & Phoenix,” "Lifelines,” "Face on the Milk Carton” and "Miles to Go.” In addition to "Nip/Tuck,” Clayburgh has had recurring roles on "Everything's Relative,” "Ally McBeal,” "Trinity” and "The Practice.”

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