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Jennifer Jason Leigh (Jennifer Leigh Morrow ; born February 5, 1962) is an American actress, writer, producer and director. Leigh began her career as a teenager in the 1970s, guest-starring on several television shows. Her film breakthrough came in 1982 for her performance as Stacy Hamilton in “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”. Leigh continued performing past her teen years, receiving critical praise for her roles in the 1990 films “Miami Blues” and “Last Exit to Brooklyn”. In 1991, she appeared in Ron Howard’s “Backdraft”, and in 1992 she acted in the drama-thriller “Single White Female”.
In 1993, Leigh appeared in the ensemble film “Short Cuts”, directed by Robert Altman and, in 1994, she starred in the Coen brothers’ “The Hudsucker Proxy”. Leigh was nominated for a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Dorothy Parker in “Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle” (1994). She starred in a 1995 film written by her mother, screenwriter Barbara Turner, titled “Georgia”. In 2001, she co-directed a film with Alan Cumming titled “The Anniversary Party”.
In 2002, Leigh appeared in the crime-drama “Road to Perdition”. In 2007, she starred in “Margot at the Wedding”, which was directed by her then-husband, Noah Baumbach. She had a recurring role on the Showtime television series “Weeds” as Jill Price-Gray. In 2015, she received critical acclaim for her voice-work as Lisa in Charlie Kaufman’s “Anomalisa”, and for her role as Daisy Domergue in Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight”, for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe, Critic’s Choice, BAFTA and the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
For her stage work, Leigh was nominated for a Drama Desk award for her Off-Broadway performance as Beverly Moss in Mike Leigh’s “Abigail’s Party”. Leigh’s Broadway debut occurred in 1998 when she became the replacement for the role of Sally Bowles in “Cabaret”.