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ALISON PILL (Jane) has established herself as an intelligent, talented actress with a repertoire that rivals most actresses twice her age. Her feature-film work includes "Pieces of April,” directed by Peter Hedges; "Perfect Pie”; the Disney comedy "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen”; and the independent features "Dear Wendy” and "One Way to Valhalla.” She participated in the 2004 Sundance Filmmaker's Lab, where she workshopped "Paper Man.”

Alison starred in the NBC series "The Book of Daniel” as the drug-dealing daughter of Aidan Quinn's Episcopalian minister, appeared as a wheelchair-bound victim of spina bifida in "Law & Order: Criminal Intent” and played the grief-stricken child of Farrah Fawcett and Keith Carradine in "Baby.” Her other numerous television appearances include "Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows” opposite Judy Davis, "Midwives” with Sissy Spacek, Lifetime's "Plain Truth” with Mariska Hargitay, and Showtime's "What Girls Learn” with Scott Bakula and Elizabeth Perkins.

Alison currently can be seen on Broadway in Theresa Rebeck's "Mauritius,” with Bobby Cannavale, and recently starred opposite Jeff Daniels in David Harrower's worldwide success "Blackbird.” She received a 2006 Tony Award® nomination for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play for "The Lieutenant of Inishmore,” written by Martin McDonagh. Other New York stage appearances include "The Distance From Here,” written by Neil LaBute (for which she won the 2004 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance), and Christopher Shinn's "On the Mountain” (2005 Lucille Lortel Award nomination for Outstanding Featured Actress). She made her New York theater debut in 2003 in "None of the Above.”

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