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In 2012 moviegoers have seen Rosemarie DeWitt in, among other features, Ry Russo-Young's NOBODY WALKS, with John Krasinski of PROMISED LAND and Olivia Thirlby; YOUR SISTER'S SISTER, alongside Emily Blunt and Mark Duplass for writer/director Lynn Shelton; and Peter Hedges' THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN, with Jennifer Garner. She is reteaming with Ms. Shelton on a new movie, TOUCHY FEELY, opposite Scoot McNairy of PROMISED LAND.

In the feature film RACHEL GETTING MARRIED, written by Jenny Lumet and directed by Jonathan Demme, she played the title character opposite Anne Hathaway. For her portrayal, Ms. DeWitt was named the year's Best Supporting Actress by the Toronto, Vancouver, and Washington D.C. Film Critics groups; and received Spirit and Gotham Award nominations. She subsequently reteamed with Mr. Demme on his staging of Beth Henley's play FAMILY WEEK, at NYC's Lucille Lortel Theatre.

Among her other movies are John Wells' THE COMPANY MEN, opposite Ben Affleck; and Ron Howard's CINDERELLA MAN, which told the story of her real-life grandfather James J. Braddock, portrayed by Russell Crowe in the film.

Ms. DeWitt's television credits include starring opposite Toni Collette on all three seasons of UNITED STATES OF TARA and playing opposite Jon Hamm in a recurring role on MAD MEN.

Her stage work includes playing Masha in Chekhov's THREE SISTERS (at the Williamstown Theatre Festival); starring in the revival of John Patrick Shanley's DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA and in SWIMMING IN THE SHALLOWS (both at Second Stage); originating the role of Fanny in Craig Lucas' SMALL TRAGEDY (at Playwrights Horizons), for which she shared an Obie Award with her fellow actors from the ensemble; and THE BUTTER AND EGGMAN (at the Atlantic Theatre Company), DREAM GIRL (at the Zipper Theater), ST. SCARLET (at the Ontological Theater), DEAD RECKONING (at the Cherry Lane Theatre), and FRAME 312 (at the Eugene O'Neill Center).

Ms. DeWitt is a graduate of Hofstra University with a degree in Creative Studies, and she also studied at the Actors Center in New York.


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