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JENNIFER EHLE (Abby Tierney) is an award-winning actress of both the stage and screen. The daughter of writer John Ehle and actress Rosemary Harris, Ehle took home her second Tony Award in 2007, for Best Featured Actress in a Play, for her three character turn in Tom Stoppard's epic trilogy "The Coast of Utopia.” She won the Best Actress in a Play Tony in 2000 for Stoppard's "The Real Thing.” Her other film work includes director Neil LaBute's "Possession,” with Aaron Eckhart and Gwyneth Paltrow, and "Sunshine,” with Ralph Fiennes, directed by Istvan Szabo. Ehle was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress BAFTA for the role of Constance Lloyd Wilde in the Oscar Wilde biopic "Wilde,” in which she appeared alongside Stephen Fry, Jude Law and Vanessa Redgrave, and was among the stellar female cast of "Paradise Road,” which included Oscar®-winning actresses Cate Blanchett, Glenn Close and Frances McDormand.

For her work on the small screen, Ehle received the BAFTA Award for her starring role as Jane Austen's beloved heroine Elizabeth Bennett in the acclaimed six part BBC miniseries "Pride and Prejudice,” opposite Colin Firth.

Frequently returning to the stage throughout her career, Ehle recently worked with Liev Schreiber in New York City's Central Park as Lady Macbeth in The Public's Shakespeare in the Park production of "Macbeth.” Her other numerous stage credits include a season at The Royal Shakespeare Company; "The Philadelphia Story,” at London's Old Vic opposite Kevin Spacey; "Summer Folk,” directed by Trevor Nunn at the National Theatre; and "Tartuffe,” under the direction of Sir Peter Hall.


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