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MARISA TOMEI (Kate) is continuously recognized for her critically acclaimed performances. In 1992, she won an Academy Award® for Best Supporting Actress for her work as Joe Pesci's acerbic girlfriend in "My Cousin Vinny.” Tomei took a dramatic turn with "In the Bedroom,” earning her second Oscar® nomination, as well as a nomination for a Golden Globe Award. She received her third Oscar® nomination for her stand-out performance in Darren Aronofsky's critically acclaimed "The Wrestler,” which also garnered her awards from numerous film critics' associations for Best Supporting Actress, as well as nominations for Golden Globe and BAFTA Awards.

This year, Tomei has worked in an array of strong and diverse projects, including "Salvation Boulevard,” with Greg Kinnear, and "The Lincoln Lawyer,” with Matthew McConaughey. Fiercely committed to the theatre, she returned to the stage this spring in Wallace Shawn's "Marie and Bruce,” the acclaimed 2011 New Group revival in which she co-starred with Frank Whaley.

In 2009, Tomei traveled to Ethiopia to direct a short film based on Nicholas Kirstof and Sheryl Wudunn's book Half the Sky. The film, which marks her directorial debut, focuses on a 13-year-old girl's struggle with the institutionalized oppression of women in Ethiopia.

Tomei was seen on the small screen in Howard Zinn's documentary "The People Speak,” alongside Josh Brolin and Viggo Mortensen. Produced by Matt Damon for the History Channel, the film brought together many accomplished performers to give voice to the factory workers, rebels and misfits who, together, brought about social change with their insistence on justice and equality.

Tomei was also seen in Sidney Lumet's critically praised jewel heist drama "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead,” alongside Ethan Hawke and Philip Seymour Hoffman. For her role in the film, Tomei earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Her other recent film credits include the indie comedy "Cyrus,” with John C. Reilly and Jonah Hill; the political satire "War, Inc.,” with John Cusack; "Factotum,” with Matt Dillon, directed by Bent Hamer; the box office hit "Wild Hogs”; and the Sundance Film Festival favorites "Loverboy,” directed by Kevin Bacon, and "Marilyn Hotchkiss.”

Her diverse list of credits also includes "What Women Want,” "Happy Accidents,” "Anger Management,” "The Guru,” "Slums of Beverly Hills,” "Welcome to Sarajevo,” "The Perez Family,” "A Brother's Kiss,” and "Unhook the Stars,” opposite Gena Rowlands, for which Tomei was honored by her peers with a Screen Actors Guild Award® nomination.

In 2008, Tomei starred on Broadway in Caryl Churchill's now-classic feminist drama "Top Girls.” She also starred on Broadway opposite Al Pacino in Oscar Wilde's "Salome,” in the title role. Her favorite theatre credits include Will Eno's "Oh! The Humanity and Other Good Intentions”; Nobel Prize-winning playwright Dario Fo's "We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay!”; Clifford Odet's "Waiting for Lefty” and "Rocket to the Moon,” both directed by Joanne Woodward; and many others. Tomei also starred in Noel Coward's "Design for Living” at the Williamstown Theater Festival. She is a member of the Naked Angels Theater Company in New York City.

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