Rebecca De Mornay

Maddie

Rebecca De Mornay
Escort Service Deborah Romare 2013
Apartment 1303 3-D Michael Taverna 2012
American Reunion Jon Hurwitz 2012
Collar David Wilson 2011
Mother's Day Darren Lynn Bousman 2010
Flipped Rob Reiner 2010
Music Within Steven Sawalich 2007
Wedding Crashers David Dobkin 2005
Lords of Dogtown Catherine Hardwick 2005

REBECCA DE MORNAY (Maddie) began her acting training in Los Angeles at the Lee Strasberg's Institute, became an apprentice at Francis Ford Coppola's Zoetrope Film Studio, and soon thereafter made her film debut in One from the Heart (1982). This soon followed by the box office hit Risky Business (1983), in which she gave a seductive and critically acclaimed performance as a streetwise prostitute. She went on to international stardom with her portrayal of a chillingly twisted nanny in the hugely popular The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1992). Other acclaimed film work includes Runaway Train (1985) alongside Jon Voight, The Trip to Bountiful (1985) with Geraldine Page and Backdraft (1991) with Kurt Russell. Selected network television work includes the tour-de-force role of Arlie in the stellar Getting Out (1994), based on the Marsha Norman play, the tragic title character in Dominick Dunne's An Inconvenient Woman (1991) with Jason Robards and the remake of The Shining (1997) produced by Stephen King. On the stage Rebecca has starred as Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday (1988) at the Pasadena Playhouse, as Charlotte Corday in Marat/Sade (1990) at the Williamstown Festival and as Anna in Closer (2000) at the Mark Taper Forum. An artist of many dimensions, Rebecca's directing debut was with a segment of Showtime's The Outer Limits (1995) starring John Savage and Frank Whaley. Rebecca resides in Los Angeles with her two young daughters Sophia and Veronica.