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AMY IRVING (Rebecca Buchwald) first came to the attention of the film world in the 1970s, when she starred in director Brian De Palma's early films, CARRIE and THE FURY. Irving went on to starring roles in VOICES, HONEYSUCKLE ROSE, THE COMPETITION and MICKI AND MAUDE. She received an Oscar® nomination for her role in YENTL and a Golden Globe nomination for her performance in the popular film, CROSSING DELANCEY.

Irving appeared in the Disney Film TUCK EVERLASTING and co-starred opposite Michael Douglas in Academy Award® winner Steven Soderbergh's film TRAFFIC. Irving also starred in the critically acclaimed film, BOSSA NOVA. Other feature films include CARRIED AWAY, DECONSTRUCTING HARRY, I'M NOT RAPPAPORT, 13 CONVERSATIONS ABOUT ONE THING and HIDE AND SEEK.

In theater, Irving trained at the American Conservatory Theater and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She also starred in Chekhov's Three Sisters at the Roundabout Theater. Irving received critical acclaim on Broadway in Arthur Miller's Broken Glass at the Booth Theater. For Broken Glass, Irving was nominated for both the 1994 Drama Desk Award and The Outer Critics Circle Award. She has also starred in the Broadway productions of Amadeus and Heartbreak House, for which she received another Drama Desk nomination, and won an Obie Award as Best Actress for her performance in Road to Mecca, as well as receiving a Drama Desk nomination. She had the leading role in the 1991 Los Angeles premiere of The Heidi Chronicles. At The Santa Fe Festival Theatre she starred with her mother Priscilla Pointer in Glass Menagerie, and with Madeline Kahn & Victor Garber in Coward's Blythe Spirit. She enjoyed a run of The Vagina Monologues, both Off Broadway and in the West End in London, and appeared in Ibsen's Ghosts at the Classic Stage Company, Fear for the Naked Angels, and The Exonerated. In the summer of 2004 she produced and starred in a new play as the Pulitzer Prize winning poet Elizabeth Bishop at The Powerhouse Theater for New York Stage and Film. Charles Evered wrote the play Celadine for her, and it was produced at The George Street Playhouse. She participated in the Ensemble Studio Theater One-Act Marathon in a play by Leslie Lyles. In the spring of 2006, she produced and starred in A Safe Harbor for Elizabeth Bishop for Primary Stages.

In 2007, she enjoyed a long run of the Tony winning play by Tom Stoppard, The Coast of Utopia at Lincoln Center. She most recently appeared in Leslie Lyles' Waters of March for The Summer Shorts series at 59E59.

On television, Irving starred in the CBS television movie "The Twilight Zone: Rod Sterling's Lost Classics.” She also starred in the hit mini-series "Anastasia,” for which she received a Golden Globe nomination, and appeared on "Spin City,” "Law and Order: SVU,” and several episodes of "Alias.”

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