Katie Finneran

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Katie Finneran (born January 22, 1971) is an American actress of film, stage, and television noted for her Tony Award-winning performances in the Broadway play Noises Off in 2002, and the musical Promises, Promises in 2010. She was raised in Miami, Florida where she attended the acclaimed New World School of the Arts for high school. Finneran is of Irish descent and was raised Roman Catholic. For college, Finneran attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh for one year before moving to New York City at age 19 to study acting with Uta Hagen. Outside of acting, Finneran has had many "day jobs" to augment her income, including a ringside girl at a boxing ring, waitress, and perfume spray girl at Bloomingdale's. In a ceremony presided over by actor and Buddhist priest in training Peter Coyote, Finneran married actor Daren Goldstein on August 22nd 2010, and on February 3, 2011, gave birth to a son, Ty Michael Goldstein. Finneran's biggest film role was a leading role in the remake of George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead.
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