Kathleen Quinlan received Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations for her touching portrayal of Marilyn Lovell, the wife of Astronaut Jim Lovell (Tom Hanks), in Ron Howard's, "Apollo 13.” She will next film a role in “Cinema Verite” opposite James Gandolfini and Diane Lane for directors Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.

Most recently, she completed filming the independent feature "After” with John
Doman (“The Wire”) playing the wife and Mother of a family dealing with a tragic event. She appears in the upcoming films "The River Why” opposite William Hurt, "Eagles in the Chicken Coop” and "Electra Luxx." Kathleen made her screen debut in George Lucas’, "American Graffiti.” Other film credits include Oliver Stone’s “The Doors,” “Made of Honor”, "Breach,” "Lawn Dogs,” "A Civil Action," “Trial by Jury,” "Clara’s Heart,” “Sunset,” “Twilight Zone: The Movie,” “The Last Winter,” "Independence Day,”’ “Sunday Lovers,” "Hanky Panky,” “The Runner Stumbles,” "The Promise,” “Lifeguard,” and “I Never Promised You a Rose Garden” for which she received a Golden Globe nomination. On television, she starred in the CBS series “Family Law” and most recently appeared in an acclaimed arc as Christina Scofield on the final season of "Prison Break.” 

On stage, Quinlan appeared in “Les Liaisons Dangereuses” at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles. She received a Theater World Award in 1978 for her performance in Joseph Papp’s Public Theater production of “Taken In Marriage." Other stage credits include "Uncommon Women and Others” and "Accent on Youth”.
KATHLEEN QUINLAN is Nora Valentino
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