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Kathleen Quinlan

Knowledge Identifier: +Kathleen_Quinlan


Kathleen Quinlan

American actress, mostly seen on television and in motion pictures add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1954.

Country: United States (100%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: George Lucas, Verna Bloom, Clint Eastwood

Linked to: Tamalpais High School, TV Guide




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Kathleen Quinlan was born in 1954 add something


Quinlan made her film debut in George Lucas' 1973 nostalgic look at the early sixties, "American Graffiti", at the age of 19 add something


Verna Bloom - She co-starred in the 1973 film "High Plains Drifter" with Clint Eastwood and the 1974 made for TV movie "Where Have All The People Gone-" with Peter Graves and Kathleen Quinlan


Alice Hoffman - She wrote the screenplay for the 1983 film "Independence Day", starring Kathleen Quinlan and Dianne Wiest


She has been married to actor Bruce Abbott since April 12, 1994 add something


She has appeared in over 50 films, but is perhaps best known for her roles as Deborah, a schizophrenic, in the film version of "I Never Promised You a Rose Garden", for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture-Drama, and for a Golden Globe and Oscar nominated turn in the Best Supporting Actress category as an astronaut's wife, Marilyn Lovell, in the 1995 true story "Apollo 13" opposite Tom Hanks add something


Her recent work includes the TV series "House", the 2006 remake of the horror classic "The Hills Have Eyes" and as the wife of a government traitor in the 2007 film "Breach" add something


On November 10, 2008, "TV Guide" reported that Quinlan would join Fox drama "Prison Break" in a recurring role as a high-ranking player within the Company add something


John Jay Osborn, Jr. - The movie, starring William Hurt and Kathleen Quinlan, was screened in 2010 at various film festivals