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Alicia Witt

Actress
Female
Born Aug 21, 1975

Alicia Roanne Witt is an American film, stage, television actress and singer.

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  • Actor Alicia Witt Turns Musician With 'revisionary History'
    NPR - May 02, 2015
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    Talk Radio Blog - Aug 21, 2013
  • Movie Review: 'i Do' Doesn't Do Much For Same Sex Couple Love Story
    LATimes - Jun 01, 2013
  • Kergan Edwards Stout: Q And A With Glenn Gaylord, Director Of Gay Indie Hits 'i Do' And 'eating Out 3'
    Huffington Post - Sep 13, 2012

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CHILDHOOD

1975 Birth Alicia Roanne Witt was born on August 21, 1975, in Worcester, Massachusetts, to Diane (née Pietro), a junior high school reading teacher, and Robert Witt, a science teacher and photographer. … Read More
1980 4 Years Old Her acting talent was recognized by director David Lynch in 1980, when he heard her recite Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet on the television show That's Incredible! at age five. … Read More

TEENAGE

1994 18 Years Old In 1994, Witt landed her first lead role in a film, playing a disturbed, murderous teenager in Fun, and receiving the Special Jury Recognition Award at the Sundance Festival. … Read More
1995 19 Years Old Witt was introduced to a larger audience in the role of Cybill Shepherd's daughter, Zoey Woodbine, in the sitcom Cybill. While playing that part, from 1995 to 1998, she also had film roles in Stephen Herek's Mr. Holland's Opus, Alexander Payne's "delightful" satirical comedy Citizen Ruth, Robert Allan Ackerman's Passion's Way (based on the Edith Wharton novel, The Reef), and Richard Sears' comedy Bongwater. … Read More

TWENTIES

2000 24 Years Old In 2000, Witt had starring roles on episodes of the television shows Ally McBeal and The Sopranos, the lead role in the Matthew Huffman comedy Playing Mona Lisa (featuring Harvey Fierstein, Elliott Gould, and Marlo Thomas), and a "memorable" part in John Waters' "scathing satire" Cecil B. Demented. … Read More
2001 25 Years Old Witt made her stage debut in 2001, at Los Angeles' historic Tiffany Theater, in Robbie Fox's musical The Gift, in which she played a high-priced, though diseased, stripper. … Read More
2003 27 Years Old In 2003–04, she took up residence in the United Kingdom, though she portrayed Joan Allen's daughter in the US-based comic drama The Upside of Anger (with Kevin Costner, Keri Russell, Evan Rachel Wood, and others). … Read More

THIRTIES

2006 30 Years Old Responses to her 2006 stage portrayal of Abigail Piano/Forte included recognition of her skill as an "outstanding pianist" of "formidable skill". … Read More
2007 31 Years Old 1 More Event
Witt filmed the Last Holiday (2006) and the thriller 88 Minutes (2007, alongside Al Pacino), and joined the cast of Law & Order: Criminal Intent for the 2007-2008 season.
2009 33 Years Old …  She released a self-titled debut album in 2009.
Witt appeared as the character Elaine Clayton in Cowgirls n' Angels (2012), and in 2013 co-starred in the independent film Cold Turkey opposite Peter Bogdanovich and Cheryl Hines; there, she additionally performed an original musical piece over the end credits (see below).
Witt performed alongside Amber Tamblyn in Neil LaBute's play, Reasons To Be Pretty, at the Geffen Playhouse, which ran through 31 August 2014. … Read More

FORTIES

2016 40 Years Old 1 More Event
In April 2016, Witt appeared in two episodes of the hit series The Walking Dead; the same month, it was announced that she would also be reprising her role as Gersten Hayward in the 2017 Twin Peaks series.
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