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Linda Fiorentino Bio
Linda Fiorentino (born March 9, 1958 or 1960 (sources differ) as Clorinda Fiorentino) is an American actress. Fiorentino made her screen debut with a leading role in the 1985 coming-of-age drama film Vision Quest, followed that same year with a lead role in the action film Gotcha! and an appearance in the film After Hours. Fiorentino gained attention for her lead roles in the erotic thriller Jade (1995), the science-fiction action comedy film Men in Black (1997) and the fantasy comedy Dogma (1999). For her performance in the 1994 film The Last Seduction, she won the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, the London Film Critics’ Circle Award for Actress of the Year, and was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Fiorentino’s activity slowed in the 2000s, with only five film roles, the last being the direct-to-video release Once More with Feeling in 2009, the same year a former boyfriend pled guilty to illegally accessing FBI computers to help Fiorentino defend an earlier former boyfriend in court.
Fiorentino got her first professional role in 1985 when she starred in Vision Quest.
She then starred in the action film Gotcha! which was filmed in the United States, Paris, and on both sides of the Berlin Wall. Her co-star, Anthony Edwards, later directed her in Charlie’s Ghost Story.
It was not until 1994 that she became widely recognized, receiving accolades for her performance in a modern film noir, director John Dahl’s The Last Seduction, as the murderous femme fatale, Bridget. Her performance won the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, the London Film Critics’ Circle Award for Actress of the Year, and was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. She followed this as the femme fatale in the 1995 erotic thriller Jade, a critical and box office failure. She later worked again with Dahl on his film Unforgettable (1996).
Fiorentino played the female lead in the highly successful Men in Black in 1997, then appeared in the direct to video Body Count in 1998. In 1999 she starred in Dogma as an abortion clinic employee tasked with saving the world.
After a co-starring role in the 2000 heist film Where the Money Is, and a lead role as the titular character in the 2002 film Liberty Stands Still, Fiorentino’s career slowed to a halt. She was in talks to star in a series being prepared by Tom Fontana’s, but ultimately did not take the project. Fiorentino was attached to a Georgia O’Keeffe biographical drama called Till the End of Time, but the project stalled when Fiorentino had a fall out with the producer. In 2007, Fiorentino optioned the rights to a screenplay about Russian poet Anna Akhmatova, with plans to produce and to possibly star in and direct, but the project was dropped. During this period, Fiorentino was reported to be developing two documentaries, one on research into juvenile diabetes and autism and the other, tentatively titled Equal Protection, about discrimination against Italian-Americans, as well as a trying to launch a daytime talk show about parenting, tentatively titled The Motherhood. After none of these projects moved forward, Fiorentino made one last screen appearance, in the 2009 direct-to-video release Once More with Feeling.