Years active 1980–2003
|Name Anne Twomey|
Role Theatre actress
|Full Name Anne Carolyn Twomey|
Born 7 June 1951 (age 64) (1951-06-07) Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Spouse John Bedford Lloyd (m. 1986)
Movies Deadly Friend, Picture Perfect, Rear Window, The Scout, Last Rites, The Confession, The Secret, Hellfire
Nominations Tony Award for Best Lead Actress in a Play, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play
Books The Chameleon Crown, The Constitution of New S, The Australia Acts 1986
Similar People John Bedford Lloyd, Glenn Gordon Caron, Jeff Bleckner, David Jones, Michael Ritchie
1980s Radio Commercials Vol. 7 Part 1
Anne Carolyn Twomey (born June 7, 1951) is an American theater, film, and television actress.
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, daughter of Muriel Descoteaux Twomey and Harry F. Twomey, Jr. of Gladwyne, Pennsylvania. She had a brother, John Twomey. John is married to Maria S. Chan. Twomey earned critical acclaim for her performance in the 1980 play Nuts, for which she won the Theatre World Award and was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play. Her additional Broadway credits include To Grandmother's House We Go (1981) and Orpheus Descending (1989). Off-Broadway she appeared in Vieux Carré (1983), which garnered her a Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play, and The Vampires (1984).
Twomey's feature film credits include Deadly Friend (1986), Last Rites (1988), The Scout (1994), Picture Perfect (1997), and The Confession.
Twomey had recurring roles in the 1993 season of L.A. Law and the 2000-01 season of Third Watch. She has made guest appearances on Shannon (1981 TV series), The Cosby Show, Magnum, P.I., Seinfeld, Spin City, Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and had a featured role in the 1998 television remake of Rear Window starring Christopher Reeve and Daryl Hannah.
Twomey has narrated several audiobooks, including works by Dean Koontz, Joyce Carol Oates, Tracy Chevalier, and M.T. Anderson.
Twomey has worked with prisoners at Rehabilitation Through the Arts.