Amy Madigan


Amy Madigan, a critically-acclaimed actress of film, television and stage, received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the feature film Twice in a Lifetime. She also starred as art patroness Peggy Guggenheim in Pollock. Her film credits include American Woman with Sienna Miller, Stuck with Giancarlo Esposito, Gone Baby Gone, Field of Dreams, Uncle Buck and Streets Of Fire. She can be seen next in Fox Searchlight’s Antlers with Keri Russell and Universal/Blumhouse’s The Hunt with Betty Gilpin and directed by Craig Zobel. In television, Madigan received a Golden Globe Award and an Emmy nomination for her performance in the telefilm “Roe vs. Wade.” Additional TV credits include J.J. Abrams’ “Fringe,” ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” HBO’s “The Laramie Project” and the HBO series “Carnivàle.”  She is currently shooting John Logan’s “Penny Dreadful: City of Angels” for Showtime. In the theatre, Madigan made her West End debut with Sam Shepard’s Buried Child, which originated at The New Group in NYC. She also starred in the critically-acclaimed productions of Beth Henley’s The Jacksonian at The New Group (NY) and the Geffen Playhouse (LA). Other theater credits include Broadway’s A Streetcar Named Desire, Mark Taper Forum’s A Lie of the Mind and Manhattan Theatre Club’s The Lucky Spot.