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Felicity Huffman

Actor / Voice actor

Felicity Huffman was born in New York on December 9,1962, the youngest of eight children, an older brother and six sisters. High school student at the prestigious Interlochen College of the arts in Michigan, he graduated from New York University with a degree in art drama and went on to study acting at the Royal Academy of Drama in London. Early in her career, Felicia made her mark on Broadway and off-broadway, replacing Madonna in her famous Broadway production Speed-the-Plow. But making it to Hollywood has not been very successful, with most TV shows and only occasional supporting roles on the big screen, as he says only a freelancer can often worry about his next Gig. In 1998, he starred in Aaron Sokin's debut TV series, "sports night, " which was a flop, despite the critical acclaim. After the show was canceled, felicity focused on her relationship with her husband, the famous actor William Meysey, and gave birth to two daughters in 2000 and 2002. The couple have also worked together on screen several times. Then, in 2004, Fortune Struck, and felicity received two scripts that had a huge impact on her career -- the television series Desperate Housewives and the film across America. With the success of his television series, Desperate Housewives, felicity's artistic career began to soar. In 2005, she won an Emmy for comedy series at the Telling Maria 2, which won her a number of awards for her performance in the same year's across America, and the Ballon d'Or 2006 drama Telling Maria 2, the independent Spirit Awards, and the Academy Award for Best Actress nominations. She became the only one of several housewives to make it into the movie business, maintaining a one film Desperate Housewives in recent years. She also recently expressed her desire to return to Broadway in New York after "housewives" .