Molly Parker
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Hollywoodland (2006)
[ Diane Lane ][ Robin Tunney ][ Kathleen Robertson ][ Caroline Dhavernas ]
The Wicker Man (2006)
[ Lee Lee Sobieski ][ Ellen Burstyn ][ Frances Conroy ][ Diane Delano ][ Christa Campbell ]
Who Loves the Sun (2006)
[ Wendy Crewson ]
Unauthorized Cinnamon (2006)
[ Kim Dickens ][ Robin Weigert ][ Paula Malcomson ][ Anna Gunn ]
A Rich Find (2006)
[ Kim Dickens ][ Robin Weigert ][ Paula Malcomson ][ Anna Gunn ]
A Two-Headed Beast (2006)
Full Faith and Credit (2006)
Break a Leg (2005)
[ Jennifer Beals ][ Sandra Oh ][ Paula Marshall ]
Nine Lives (2005)
[ Dakota Fanning ][ Holly Hunter ][ Robin Wright ][ Glenn Close ][ Sissy Spacek ]
The Good Shepherd (2004)
Iron Jawed Angels (2004)
[ Hilary Swank ][ Angelica Huston ][ Julia Ormond ][ Frances O'Connor ][ Vera Farmiga ]
Back to the Garden (2002)
[ Lee Garlington ]
Looking for Leonard (2002)
Men with Brooms (2002)
[ Kari Matchett ][ Polly Shannon ]
Undying Love (2002)
Pure (2002)
[ Keira Knightley ][ Marsha Thomason ][ Kate Ashfield ]
Max (2002)
[ Lee Lee Sobieski ][ Caroleen Feeney ]
Marion Bridge (2002)
[ Ellen Page ]
Rare Birds (2001)
Last Wedding (2001)
The Center of the World (2001)
[ Carla Gugino ][ Shirley Knight ][ Miranda July ][ Mel Gorham ]
The War Bride (2001)
[ Anna Friel ][ Julie Cox ][ Brenda Fricker ][ Lynda Boyd ]
Suspicious River (2000)
[ Michaela Garrett ]
The Return of the Cat Food Killer (2000)
Waking the Dead (2000)
[ Jennifer Connelly ][ Sandra Oh ][ Janet McTeer ]
Ladies Room (1999)
[ Lorraine Bracco ][ Greta Scacchi ][ Veronica Ferres ]
The Intruder (1999)
[ Nastassja Kinski ][ Charlotte Gainsbourg ]
Sunshine (1999)
[ Rachel Weisz ][ Deborah Unger ][ Jennifer Ehle ][ Rosemary Harris ][ Miriam Margolyes ]
The Five Senses (1999)
[ Mary Louise Parker ][ Pascale Bussieres ]
Wonderland (1999)
[ Shirley Henderson ][ Sarah-Jane Potts ]
From Morning on I Waited Yesterday (1998)
Under Heaven (1998)
[ Joely Richardson ]
I Look Like Joyce DeWitt (1998)
I Slept with My Mother (1998)
Intensity (1997)
[ Piper Laurie ]
Bliss (1997)
[ Sheryl Lee ][ Lois Chiles ][ Leigh Taylor-Young ]
Contagious (1997)
[ Elizabeth Pena ][ Lindsay Wagner ]
Titanic (1996)
[ Catherine Zeta-Jones ][ Eva Marie Saint ][ Katharine Isabelle ][ Denise Rutkowski ][ Harley jane Kozak ]
Hard Core Logo (1996)
[ Claudia Ferri ]
Kissed (1996)
Betrayal (1996)
Good Things Too (1996)
The Chain (1996)
[ Jamie Rose ]
Wings of Courage (1995)
[ Elizabeth McGovern ]
Falling from the Sky: Flight 174 (1995)
[ Shelly Hack ][ Mariette Hartley ]
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (1995)
[ Glenn Close ][ Judy Davis ][ Wendy Makkena ]
Little Criminals (1995)
Ebbie (1995)
[ Laura Harris ][ Wendy Crewson ][ Susan Lucci ]
Deceived by Trust: A Moment of Truth Movie (1995)
Last of the Dogmen (1995)
[ Barbara Hershey ]
The Ranger, the Cook and a Hole in the Sky (1995)
One More Mountain (1994)
[ Jean Louisa Kelly ][ Jean Simmons ][ Meredith Baxter ][ Frances Conroy ]
Paris or Somewhere (1994)
The Substitute (1993)
[ Natasha Gregson-Wagner ][ Amanda Donohoe ]
Anything for Love (1993)
[ Nicole Eggert ][ Rachel Hayward ]
The Good, the Bad, and Eleanor (1992)
Hate Mail (1992)
Parent's Day (1991)
My Son Johnny (1991)
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Ben Affleck
Nicolas Cage
John Cusack
Ralph Fiennes
Val Kilmer
Mark Wahlberg
Ryan Reynolds
Jason Isaacs
John Malkovich
Christian Slater
Stuart Townsend
Billy Crudup
Tim Curry
Jerry O'Connell
Ed Harris
Patrick Dempsey


Canadian actress Molly Parker has developed a reputation as a gifted and versatile performer, thanks in part to her willingness to take on challenging, offbeat, and sometimes controversial roles. Born in 1972 in Maple Ridge, British Columbia (a town just outside Vancouver), Parker studied dance before developing an interest in acting. She was in her late teens when she began her screen career, appearing in small roles in television projects and low-budget theatrical films being shown in Vancouver, including three episodes of the TV series Neon Rider, the made-for-TV movie My Son, Johnny, and the lowbrow teen comedy Just One of the Girls. While Parker soon began winning bigger and better roles (most notably playing Glenn Close's daughter in the acclaimed TV movie Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story), her breakthrough came in 1996, with the independent feature Kissed, in which she plays a young woman fascinated with death whose job at a funeral home leads her to explore her emotional and erotic attraction to the dead. While the film's controversial theme prevented it from gaining a wide release in the United States, it received enthusiastic reviews around the world, and in Canada, Parker's performance earned her a 1997 Genie Award (the Canadian Academy Award) as Best Actress. The acclaim for Kissed certainly improved Parker's standing in the world of independent film, and while she still appeared in the occasional television project (including the TV movie Titanic and the miniseries Intensity), she won showy roles in Bliss and Under Heaven. In 1999, Parker appeared in three highly acclaimed features: She played a pregnant housewife in the British kitchen-sink drama Wonderland, a despondent mother in The Five Senses, and the Catholic wife of a Hungarian Jew in Sunshine. 2000's Suspicious River reunited Parker with Kissed director Lynne Stopkewich, and in 2001, she once again found herself courting controversy with her role as an exotic dancer spending a weekend in Las Vegas with a computer millionaire (and being very well paid for it) in Wayne Wang's The Center of the World. That same year, Parker won a recurring role as a rabbi on the acclaimed HBO comedy drama series Six Feet Under, and also appeared in a Canadian comedy about that very Northern sport, curling, entitled Men With Brooms. In 2002, she was cast opposite John Cusack and Leelee Sobieski in Max, a bit of historical speculation about the relationship between an art teacher and one of his students — Adolf Hitler. 2004 saw Parker returning to HBO for a couple of period productions. First, she co-stared with Anjelica Huston, Hilary Swank, Julia Ormond, and Frances O'Connor in the historical drama Iron Jawed Angels about the women's suffrage movement in America. Shortly thereafter, Parker appeared as a rich prospector's wife in in the HBO Western series Deadwood. Later that year, she starred opposite Christian Slater and Stephen Rea in the ecclesiastical thriller The Good Shepard.

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