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Biography #2 (for Art School Confidential)

Anjelica Huston is an Academy Award-winning actress and critically acclaimed director. Recently, Huston starred in "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, her second collaboration with Wes Anderson after The Royal Tenenbaums. She came to fame in her father John Huston's Prizzi's Honour, for which she received the Academy Award as Best Supporting Actress. Since then, she has appeared in a host of memorable films, including: The Dead, Mr North, Gardens of Stone, Crimes and Misdemeanours, Enemies: A Love Story" (Academy Award nomination, Best Supporting Actress) The Witches, The Grifters (Academy Award nomination, Best Actress), The Addams Family, Addams Family Values, Manhattan Murder Mystery, The Crossing Guard (Golden Globe nomination), The Perez Family, Buffalo '66, The Golden Bowl, and Blood Work. Upcoming for Huston are roles in Material Girls and These Foolish Things and Seraphim Falls.

Huston made her debut as a director in 1996 with Bastard Out of Carolina, for which she was nominated for a DGA Award and an Emmy. She directed and starred in Agnes Browne, which was presented at Cannes' Directors' Fortnight in 2000, and her telefilm Riding the Bus with My Sister aired in 2005.

Huston's notable television work includes: Family Pictures (Golden Globe), And the Band Played On, Lonesome Dove (Emmy nomination), Buffalo Girls (Emmy nomination), The Mists of Avalon (Emmy nomination) and Iron Jawed Angels (Golden Globe, Emmy Nomination). She will soon be seen in the min-series Robert Ludlum's Covert One: The Hades Factor, and has a recurring role on Huff.

Bio courtesy Sony Classics for "Art School Confidential" (20-Nov-2006)

Biography #3 (for Blood Work)

Anjelica Huston was born into one of Hollywood's most famous families with an abundance of talents that led her to choose her career that has resulted in her being an extraordinarily gifted and versatile actress. This three-time Academy Award nominee (winning Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Prizzi's Honor in 1985) herein brings a wealth of experience to her role, giving Dr. Bonnie Fox the credibility and complexity required for the part.

Her accomplished acting career in feature films spans thirty years of remarkable characterizations, the most recent of which appear in The Royal Tenenbaums (2001), The Golden Bowl (2000), Agnes Brown (which she produced and directed in 1999), Ever After (1998), The Crossing Guard (1995), The Perez Family (1995), Addams Family Values (1993), The Addams Family (1991), The Grifters (1990) and The Witches (1990).

In l996 she directed the film Bastard Out of Carolina, for which she received an Emmy nomination (her third).

Huston has also starred in a wide range of films such as Prizzi's Honor (1985), Buffalo Girls (1995), Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993), The Player (1992), Enemies, A Love Story (1989), Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989), A Handful of Dust (1988), The Dead (1987), John Huston and The Dubliners (1987) and Gardens of Stone (1987).

Recent television credits include starring roles in The Mists of Avalon (2001), Family Pictures (1993), And the Band Played On (1993) and Lonesome Dove (1989).

Bio courtesy Warner Bros. for "Blood Work" (07-Aug-2002)