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You’ll find screen legends as well as D-list celebrities who have been touched by the Badger State. This blonde starlet was born in the Brew City – but she wasn’t exactly raised there.
She is known for her work in several television dramas, earning such accolades as two Primetime Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards, which led Vulture to name her the "Queen of Peak TV".Her theatre work includes Broadway productions of David Mamet's Speed the Plow and Wendy Wasserstein's The Heidi Chronicles.For the latter, she received a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play.She appeared in the television remake of the 1993 film Gypsy and played Harvey Keitel's younger daughter in the film Imaginary Crimes (1994).The following year, she appeared in the remake of the Walt Disney Pictures film Escape to Witch Mountain (1995) and played a young Ashley Judd in the TV-movie biopic Love Can Build A Bridge (1995).In the movie, Lorraine happened to have recently moved to Los Angeles from Wisconsin.
Of course she’s played other unforgettable characters including Roller Girl in .
It’s either that – or you meet folks with a direct connection to our state.
It seems to be the same story in Hollywood circles.
Mark Ruffalo doesn’t really give off a Wisconsiny vibe, but calls his birthplace, Kenosha, Wisconsin a “very special place” from which he draws comfort.
Ruffalo recently landed the role as the latest actor to play Bruce Banner/The Incredible Hulk in I’ve heard that Willem Dafoe can’t stand his hometown of Appleton, Wisconsin.
An Emmy juggernaut (four Best Drama awards in its first four seasons) as well as a Peabody winner, `Wing The celebrated ensemble drama following a U. president and his staff as they set public policy and face personal problems in a `parallel universe' (as one of the series' executive producers called it) that can be remarkably similar to the real one.