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Lucinda Jenney
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Lucinda Jenney

Lucinda Jenney has appeared in a wide variety of motion picture, television and theatrical productions. Among her most prominent feature films are Thirteen Days, in which she starred opposite Kevin Costner for New Line Cinema. This year she also starred in How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog opposite Kenneth Branagh, as well as Crazy/Beautiful opposite Bruce Davison.

She also recently appeared in Crime and Punishment in Suburbia, The Deep End of The Ocean, Practical Magic, What Dreams May Come, Mad City, and G.I. Jane. She appeared in the independent feature Loved with Sean Penn and Robin Wright Penn and worked with director Ridley Scott in Thelma and Louise. In addition, Jenney's big screen credits include Rain Man, Peggy Sue Got Married and American Heart, for which she received an IFP Spirit Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actress. On television, Jenney appeared in the critically acclaimed, award-winning HBO trilogy If These Walls Could Talk.

Jenney's numerous theatre credits include Rosemary with Ginger at the Met Theatre, Aven U Boys at the John Houseman Theatre, and Strindberg's Miss Julie at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.

Lucinda Jenney Facts

BirthdayApril 23, 1954 (69)
BirthplaceLong Island, New York, USA

Selected Filmography

Not available.