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Felicity Huffman

Felicity Huffman has appeared at the American Repertory Theater as Anna in Boston Marriage and as Donny in The Cryptogram, a role she subsequently performed Off-Broadway and for which she won the 1997 Obie Award. Her other Off-Broadway credits include Dangerous Corner, Oh Hell!, and Boy's Life, and she has appeared on Broadway in Speed-the-Plow. Ms. Huffman is also a long-time member of New York's Atlantic Theater Company, co-founded by David Mamet and her husband, William H. Macy, where Mr. Macy recently directed her in The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite. On television she recently won an Emmy for her work on Desperate Housewives; previously she starred in the critically acclaimed comedy Sports Night and appeared in various guest roles on popular series including Law and Order, Chicago Hope, and The X-Files. Her film credits include Hackers, Reversal of Fortune, Things Change, and The Spanish Prisoner.