Anh Duong gave up modeling in the late 80's to begin her career as a painter and most recently, actress. She appeared in Marry Harron's I Shot Andy Warhol, and in Tom Kalin's Thirty, about American designer Geoffrey Beene's influence on the fashion industry through 30 years of work. Her other roles include an immigrant seamstress in Scent of a Woman, and a glamorous underworld moll in The Mambo Kings. Duong also directed a documentary about American artist Julian Schnabel's Exhibition in Sevilla, Spain. Her paintings have been shown around the world, including exhibitions in New York, Munich and Japan.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
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|October 25, 1960 (63)