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GINA GERSHON (Sharon) has enjoyed a wide-ranging career encompassing film, television and stage work. She most recently appeared in the independent films "Delirious,” starring Steve Buscemi; "Kettle of Fish,” alongside Matthew Modine; and "What Love Is,” with Cuba Gooding Jr. and Ann Heche. Television audiences have also seen her in the recurring roles of Fabia on the hit ABC series "Ugly Betty,” Anna on the HBO series "Curb Your Enthusiasm” and Valerie on the FX series "Rescue Me.”

In 2003, Gershon starred in "Prey for Rock and Roll,” the story of a contemporary all-girl punk band, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Gershon also performed all of the songs heard in the film. She had earlier gained attention for her work in Paul Verhoeven's "Showgirls” and the Wachowski brothers' film noir "Bound,” which won the Best Film Award at the 1997 GLAAD Media Awards.

Gershon made her film debut in 1981 as a dancer in "Beatlemania” and had her first speaking role in John Hughes' "Pretty in Pink.” Her additional film credits include "Cocktail,” starring Tom Cruise; "Red Heat,” with Arnold Schwarzenegger; John Sayles' "City of Hope”; Robert Altman's "The Player”; John Woo's "Face/Off,” with John Travolta and Nicolas Cage; "This World, Then the Fireworks,” opposite Billy Zane; "Palmetto,” with Woody Harrelson and Elisabeth Shue; Michael Mann's "The Insider,” with Al Pacino; and Olivier Assayas' "Demonlover,” with Chloe Sevigny and Connie Nielsen.

On television, Gershon has guest starred on such series as "Psych” and "Crossing Jordan,” and has lent her voice to the animated series "Family Guy,” "American Dad!” and "The Batman,” in which she played Catwoman. In addition, she starred in David E. Kelley's detective drama series "Snoops.” Her longform credits include the telefilms "Legalese” and "Miss Rose White” and the CBS miniseries "Sinatra.”

An accomplished stage actress, Gershon starred as Sally Bowles in Sam Mendes' revival of "Cabaret.” She has also earned applause for her work in such plays as "Camille,” "The Substance of Fire,” "Nanawatai” and "The Vagina Monologues.” A founding member of the New York-based theater company Naked Angels, Gershon has also appeared in numerous productions with the company.

Gershon has recently written a book with her brother, Dann Gershon, titled Camp Creepy Time, which DreamWorks has bought to adapt for the screen. Currently, she is performing in a one-woman show, "In Search of Cleo,” which she wrote based on her CD of the same title. The CD is now available on iTunes, marking Gershon's debut as a singer/songwriter.

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