AMY RYAN (Vicki Sheff) is a critically acclaimed actress
widely known for her work on both the
big and small screen, as well as the stage. Her performance in Ben Affleck's
Gone Baby Gone was recognized
with Academy Award, Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations for Best Supporting
Ryan recently wrapped Nisha Ganatra's film Late Night, written by Mindy
Kaling and co-starring
Kaling and Emma Thompson. She'll soon be seen in Rowan Athale's Strange But
True, opposite Greg
Kinnear, Blythe Danner and Margaret Qualley. Previously, she shared in the 2015
SAG Award for
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture won by the stars of
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's
Oscar winner Birdman. Ryan's other film credits include Central Intelligence,
Louder Than Bombs, Bridge of Spies,
Goosebumps, Don Verdean and Abundant Acreage Available.
Ryan is also acknowledged for her work on the small screen, including her
Holly Flax on "The Office," Adele on "In Treatment" and Officer Beatrice "Beadie"
Russell on "The
Wire." On stage, Ryan made her Broadway debut in Wendy Wasserstein's "The
Sisters Rosensweig." For
her work in the 2000 production of "Uncle Vanya," she was nominated for a Tony
Award for Best
Featured Actress in a Play. Ryan received her second Tony nod for her portrayal
of Stella in "A Streetcar
Named Desire." Ryan has also appeared in London's West End, co-starring in Neil
LaBute's "The Distance
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