Lucinda Jenney

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Lucinda Jenney (born 23 April 1954) is an American actress. Jenney began her acting career in 1984 with Hearts and Diamonds. Several roles followed throughout the eighties, appearing in the 1986 comedy The Whoopee Boys, the award-winning Peggy Sue Got Married, with Kathleen Turner and Nicolas Cage. She appeared as 'Iris' in the Oscar-winning film Rain Man, starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise. In 1991, Jenney played waitress, 'Lena' in Ridley Scott's Thelma & Louise, the following year she appeared in American Heart, a film which earned her an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female. Jenney played the role of 'Anne Loomis' in the Joe Dante comedy Matinee, with John Goodman and Cathy Moriarty. During the nineties, she appeared in much smaller roles including Mr. Jones, with Richard Gere, Leaving Las Vegas, with Nicolas Cage and Elizabeth Shue and Grace of My Heart. In 1997, she had a supporting role in the Tom Holland's horror film Thinner, which was based in the book by Stephen King. She also starred in G.I.
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