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Robin Weigert

Robin Weigert, most recently on Broadway as 'Poppy Norton-Taylor' in the hit revival Noises Off, was nominated for Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel awards for her acclaimed turn in Richard Nelson's Madame Melville, with Joely Richardson and Macaulay Culkin. She both played and understudied Masha in last summer's hot-ticket event, The Seagull in Central Park, with Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline, and last saw Broadway as a member of Lincoln Center's Twelfth Night cast. Her Off-Broadway credits include A Place at the Table (MCC), Arms and the Man (Roundabout), Hamlet, understudying Liev Schreiber (Public), Goodnight, Children Everywhere (Playwrights Horizons), Pride's Crossing (LCT), and The Three Sisters (La MAMA ETC). Robin has appeared regionally at McCarter, Arena Stage, Long Wharf, New York Stage and Film, and the Berkshire Theatre Festival.

Robin's film credits include Sleepytime Gal (Sundance 2001), In God's Hands, and What I Came For, and small screen outings in Law & Order and Mary and Rhoda. Robin was recently in the major motion picture Two Weeks' Notice, with Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock, and played the Mormon Mother in the HBO movie Angels in America, with Emma Thompson, Meryl Streep, and Al Pacino.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.

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