Amy Madigan
   As Iris Crowe


Amy Madigan recently scored an acting coup in her husband Ed Harris' award-winning "Pollock", in which she played art patroness Peggy Guggenheim. She was also seen in Shot in the Heart and The Laramie Project, both for HBO, and Showtime's Just A Dream, an original telefilm directed by Danny Glover.

Pollock marked the fourth time that Madigan has collaborated with Ed Harris. In addition to co-starring in TNT's highly acclaimed adaptation of Zane Gray's novel Riders of the Purple Sage, she starred opposite him in Robert Benton's Academy Award®-winning Places In The Heart and in Louis Malle's Alamo Bay.

In 1986 Madigan received an Oscar® nomination for her performance opposite Gene Hackman in Twice In A Lifetime. The actress received an IFP West Spirit Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actress in Erin Dignam's Loved, which co-starred Robin Wright Penn, William Hurt and Sean Penn. Madigan's performance in the telefilm, Roe vs. Wade, co-starring Holly Hunter, won her a Golden Globe Award® and an Emmy® Nomination for Best Actress. She received two (2) Cable Ace Awards for Best Actress, on for Robert Altman's production of The Laundromat, and again for Lifetime's And Then There Was One. Other Film Credits include Female Perversions, The Dark Half, Uncle Buck, Field of Dreams, Prince of Pennsylvania, Nowhere to Hide, Streets of Fire and Love Letter.

Other Television credits include In The Name of the People, Having Our Say, the ensemble comedy With Friends Like These produced by Penny Marshall. HBO's A Bright Shining Lie, Lucky Day, The Revolt of Mother and The Day After.

Madigan studied at the Chicago Conservatory and trained at the Lee Strasberg Institute. Her stage credits include playing "Stella" in Gregory Mosher's Broadway revival of A Streetcar Named Desire, and the L.A. Theatre Center's production of Eduardo Machado's Stevie Wants to Play the Blues.