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Also Known As: Died: November 7, 2002
Born: May 15, 1961 Cause of Death: complications from pneumonia and septicemia
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Searching for Debra Winger (2003)
Rosanna Arquette heads up this exploration of the pressures, choices and sacrifices that female actors face working in the entertainment industry, particularly as they hit 40 and begin being overlooked for certain roles. Debra Winger is the example of a pioneer in this battle because of her decisio
No Man's Land (2001) as Jane Livingstone
Ciki and Nino, a Bosnian and a Serb, are soldiers stranded in No Man's Land - a trench between enemy lines during the Bosnian war. They have no one to trust, no way to escape without getting shot, and a fellow soldier is lying on the trench floor with a spring-loaded bomb set to explode beneath him
Lost Son, The (2001)
Xavier, a French private detective in London, is asked to find the missing 30-year old son of a wealthy elderly couple. His investigation takes him on a journey into the darkest parts of both the city and his own soul. He finds the seaside hotel where the missing Leon has been, but now there is only
From Hell (2001) as Dark Annie Chapman
Jack the Ripper was the first tabloid star of the twentieth century and remains the most notorious and enigmatic serial killer in history. After five heinous, ritualistic murders are committed during a ten-week span in London in the Fall of 1888, Scotland Yard Inspector Frederick Abberline's new ass
Hotel Splendide (2000) as Cora Blanche
After an absence of five years, Kath, a spirited young sous-chef, returns to the Hotel Splendide in the hope of reconciling with Ronald, the most level-headed of the three siblings who run this spectacularly dilapidated resort on a desolate stretch of English coastline.
Weight of Water, The (2000)
Photojournalist Jean Janes journeys by yacht to Smuttynose, off the coast of New Hampshire, to photograph the site of a sensational axe murder that occurred a century earlier in which two women were killed. She sets out to sail with her novelist husband Thomas, her brother-in-law Rich and Rich's new
Cherry Orchard, The (1999)
Set in Russia at the turn of the century, a story chronicling a noblewoman's return to her family estate after a five-year absence. There she finds the family fortune has dwindled to practically nothing, and she and her brother are faced with the difficult choice of selling the family's treasured ch
Topsy-Turvy (1999)
William Schwenck Gilbert is the librettist, writing the words. Arthur Sullivan is the composer, writing the music. Gilbert is the very model of a 19th-century British gentleman, an overly proper married man certain that he knows best. For nearly a decade, Gilbert and Sullivan's collaborations have d
Claire Dolan (1998) as Claire Dolan
Claire is a call girl who decides to start a new life after her mother dies. She meets taxi driver Elton, and they have a child. But although he wants to save her, she knows she can really only rely on herself.
Hi-Life (1998) as April
It's Christmastime on the upper West Side and unemployed actor Jimmy is in trouble. He recently put money on Notre Dame with bartender/bookie Fatty, and now his five hundred-dollar bet has turned into a nine hundred-dollar debt. He turns to his girlfriend Susan for assistance, telling her that the m
Career Girls (1997) as Hannah
Set in London over a weekend, a comedy drama which follows Hannah and Annie, two friend who are reuniting for the first time in six years since they have left University. As they catch up and reflect on the early days of their friendship, the story flashes back to the mid-eighties of their youthful antics and memories of their first meeting. It is through these memories, and a few chance encounters over the weekend with both old and new acquaintances, that they see how they''ve changed, yet find that their close bond has remained--even deepened.
Tranceformer: A Portrait of Lars von Trier (1997)
Probing his phobias and neuroses, a documentary on this generation's noble scion of Scandinavian cinema--Lars von Trier who directed "Breaking the Waves" (Denmark, Norway, Sweden, France/1996), "Zentropa" (Denmark, France, Sweden, Germany/1991), and "The Kingdom I & II (Demnak/1994;1997)." A child o
Breaking the Waves (1996) as Dodo
A powerful story, set in a remote Scottish village in the early 1970s, about a unique young woman and her profound experience of love and devotion. Bess falls madly in love with Jan, an oil-rig worker, and against the wishes of the strict Calvinist elders of her community, she marries this outsider. Jan is captivated by the innocence radiated by his new bride and for a brief time they have an intensely happy, passionate life together. When Jan returns to the oil-rig, Bess misses him terribly and prays fervently to God to bring him home. Shortly thereafter, Jan is injured in an accident that leaves him paralyzed. Knowing that he will never walk again and devastated that his beautiful, young wife will never make love with him again, Jan misleads Bess by convincing her he can only survive if she takes a lover. Because she is so pure, Bess does what she believes she must in the hope of keeping him alive and soon finds herself in a complicated spiral of love, community and tragedy...
Saint-Ex (1995) as Gabrielle De Saint-Exupery
An attempt to create a cinematic-tone poem to legendary French flier-cum-novelist Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
Seasick (1995) as Elena Polakov
A psychodrama set aboard a ship carrying toxic waste.
Three Steps to Heaven (1995)
An obsessive young woman tries to solve the riddle of her lover's mysterious death and attempts to take revenge on the three very decadent and sleazy witnesses to the event.
Fever (1994)
A woman has various sexual encounters with increasingly unsuitable men. The unresolved relationship with her mother is behind her compulsive search for love, but when love is offered she runs away.
Before the Rain (1994) as Anne
The war in Bosnia tears apart communities, families and lovers.
Nobody's Children (1994)
Based on the true story of an American couple and their attempts to fight the bureaucracy of Romania to adopt two children from the orphanages of the fallen Communist regime.
Look Me In the Eye (1994) as 1st Lover In Mario'S
A recently-married school-teacher, fascinated with a brilliant photographer, becomes embroiled in an erotic world of sexual fantasy.
Naked (1993) as Sophie
A man abandons Manchester for his ex-girlfriend and the streets of London.
Sacred Hearts (1984) as Doris

Cast (special)

Normandy: The Great Crusade (1994) as Voice Of Clara Milburn
Documentary on the World War II invasion of Normandy by the Allies on June 6, 1944. Utilizes diaries, personal letters, home movies, snapshots, period music and vintage radio broadcasts and newsreels.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Cinderella (2000)

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