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Jane Krakowski

Knowledge Identifier: +Jane_Krakowski


Jane Krakowski

American actress and singer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1968.

Countries: United States (45%), Poland (35%), United Kingdom (15%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Jenna Russell, Sarah Jessica Parker, Ewan McGregor

Linked to: Company, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Professional Children's School, Microsoft




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Jane Krakówski was born in 1968 add something


Labyrinth (film) - Monthly auditions were held in the U.S until January 1985, and Jane Krakowski, Yasmine_Bleeth, Sarah Jessica Parker, Marisa Tomei, Laura Dern, Ally Sheedy, Maddie Corman, and Mia Sara all auditioned for the role


She was nominated for two consecutive Daytime Emmy Awards for the role in 1986 and 1987 add something


At age 18 she originated the role of Dinah the Dining Car in the 1987 Broadway production of "Starlight Express" add something


She appeared in the 1989 Broadway musical "Grand Hotel" as the typist and would-be-film-star Flaemmchen, for which she was nominated for a Tony award add something


In 1995, she played the ditzy flight attendant April in The Roundabout Theatre Company's revival of "Company" add something


In 1996, she made an appearance on the television series "Early Edition" as Dr. Handleman add something


In 1996, she starred alongside Sarah Jessica Parker in the Broadway revival of "Once Upon a Mattress" add something


In 1997, she played office assistant Elaine Vassal on the television series "Ally McBeal" for five seasons until 2002; her role earned her a Golden Globe award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in 1999 add something


At the 2000 American Comedy awards, Krakówski won rave reviews when she performed a sexually-charged musical tribute and love letter to Microsoft chairman, Bill Gates add something


In January 2002, Windham Hill Records released a Jim Brickman album titled "Love Songs & Lullabies" featuring Krakówski as a vocalist for the song "You", which became a hit on adult contemporary radio stations add something


In 2003, Krakówski guest-starred in the TV drama "Everwood" as psychologist Dr Gretchen Trott, a love interest for Treat Williams' Dr Andrew Brown add something


In 2003, she starred in the Broadway revival of "Nine" playing Carla, for which she won the Tony award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical add something


In 2004, she starred in Alan Menken's TV movie version of "A Christmas Carol", featured as "The Ghost of Christmas Past" add something


Jenna Russell - Also in 2005, she played the lead role of Sarah Brown in the West End production of "Guys and Dolls" opposite Ewan McGregor, Nigel Harman, Sarah Lancashire, Jane Krakowski, and Nigel Lindsay


Ewan McGregor - From June 2005 to April 2007, McGregor starred alongside Jane Krakowski, Douglas_Hodge, and Jenna Russell in the original Donmar Warehouse production of "Guys and Dolls" at the Piccadilly Theatre in London


In 2006, Krakówski was cast in the NBC sitcom "30 Rock", where she plays Jenna Maroney, a cast member of the fictional late night sketch show "TGS with Tracy Jordan" add something


In 2006, she provided voice acting talents as the deer Giselle in the Sony animated film "Open Season" add something


Krakowski received the 2006 Olivier award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance add something


In 2007, it was reported that Krakówski was in a relationship with English documentarian Marc Singer, whom she met at a screening for "Children of Men" in 2006 add something


"Xanadu" premiered on Broadway summer 2007, although Krakówski's role is played by Kerry Butler add something


Krakowski performed in a January 2007 workshop production and backers' audition for a Broadway musical adaption of the 1980 film, "Xanadu", with music from the film's soundtrack and a book by Douglas Carter Beane add something


In 2008, Krakówski starred as Lola in New York City Center's production of "Damn Yankees" opposite Sean Hayes and Cheyenne Jackson add something


In 2009, 2010 and 2011, she received Emmy nominations in the Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series category for her role in "30 Rock" add something


On July 30 and 31 of 2009, Krakówski played the title character in a reading of "Mrs add something


Michael Greif - In 2009, Greif directed "Mrs. Sharp," music and lyrics by Ryan Scott Oliver, at Playwrights Horizons starring Jane Krakowski


Robert Godley - Godley became engaged to actress Jane Krakowski in December 2009 and their son Bennett Robert Godley was born in April 2011


Krakowski released her debut solo album on July 15, 2010 — an album of cover versions called "Laziest Gal in Town" — on DRG Records add something


On April 13, 2011, their son, Bennett Robert Godley, was born in New York City, New York add something


In 2013, she appeared in The Simpsons episode The Fabulous Faker Boy add something


In July 2015, it was announced that Krakowski would play the role of Ilona Ritter in Roundabout Theatre Company (Company_(musical))'s spring 2016 revival of Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick's "She Loves Me", starring Laura Benanti and Josh Radnor add something


Krakowski won the 2016 Fred and Adele Astaire award as Outstanding Female Dancer in a Broadway Show, and the Outer Critics Circle award, Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical add something


The musical opened on March 17, 2016 at Studio 54 add something