Her credits at Maryland's Olney Theatre include: "The Miss Firecracker Contest" and "Crimes of the Heart" both by Beth Henley
(1985), and "Linda" in "Enter a Free Man" by Tom Stoppard
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[2012, on Spy Hard
(1996)] Ugh. I hated doing that movie. It was, I thought, going to be an opportunity to have a lot of fun, but it was just chaos and, uh, not so much fun. And not so funny. I mean, Leslie [Nielsen] was great, but it was really his show, and it was just... very chaotic. Behind schedule, over budget.
She was the first University of Texas at Austin graduate to win an Oscar. She won for Best Supporting Actress in 2001 for Pollock
(2000). The second UT grad to win was Renée Zellweger
Often plays conflicted, unsure characters who go through a radical change in their lives