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Biography #2Jeanne Tripplehorn has always sought out challenging roles and has established a reputation as one of Hollywood's most dynamic female performers. Her diverse forthcoming projects include the comedy of manners Relative Values, John Duigan's thriller Paranoia, and Abbie!, the independent biopic of 1960s radical Abby Hoffman. Tripplehorn's most recent work includes three very distinctive comedies: the mafia satire Mickey Blue Eyes with Hugh Grant, the darkly funny Very Bad Things directed by Peter Berg and the Capra-esque romantic comedy Sliding Doors with Gwyneth Paltrow and John Hannah.
She made an auspicious debut in 1992 with Paul Verhoeven's Basic Instinct opposite Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone, and went on to star in The Night We Never Met, The Firm, Waterworld and Til There Was You. Her television credits include the critically acclaimed telefilm Old Man, based on William Faulkner's classic novella. On stage, Tripplehorn has starred on Broadway in Chekov's Three Sisters with Amy Irving and Lily Taylor. Among her other theatre credits are John Patrick Shanley's The Big Funk and Tis a Pity She's A Whore opposite Val Kilmer.
Bio courtesy Screen Gems (01-Jan-2000)