Cynthia Stevenson has shown her talent and versatility throughout her career in numerous films, on television, and on the stage. Her film appearances include Todd Solondz's critically-acclaimed Happiness, Jodie Foster's Home for the Holidays opposite Holly Hunter and Robert Downey Jr., Forget Paris with Billy Crystal, Live Nude Girls, The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag, Watch It, and Robert Altman's The Player starring Tim Robbins.
Stevenson's many television credits include a leading role in HBO's acclaimed, Emmy-winning From the Earth to the Moon. She starred as a series regular on NBC's Hope and Gloria and on CBS's Bob. She has appeared in guest-starring roles on Dream On, Major Dad, Empty Nest, Booker, The Famous Teddy Z, Cheers, and Max Headroom.
Stevenson's theatre appearances include Ladies Room, Something Happened at 7:40, and Fishing in Los Angeles. In Berkeley, she appeared in King John, Othello, Phedre, Man of the Mode, and Under Milkwood.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
Cynthia Stevenson Facts
|Birthday||August 2, 1962 (60)|
|Birthplace||Piedmont, California, USA|
|Air Bud: Golden Receiver|
|Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch|
|Agent Cody Banks|
|Dead Like Me: Life After Death|
|Home for the Holidays|
|Live Nude Girls|