Nina Siemaszko

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Nina Siemaszko (born July 14, 1970) is an American film and television actress. Siemaszko was born Antonina Jadwiga Siemaszko in Chicago, Illinois to a Polish American father, a fighter in the Polish Underground who survived the Sachsenhausen concentration camp and an English mother. She is the sister of actor Casey Siemaszko and Corky Siemaszko, who is a reporter/writer for the New York Daily News. Siemaszko was a graduate of the Goodman School of Drama at DePaul University in Chicago, which her brother Casey also attended. Siemaszko's first feature film was in the 1986 comedy movie One More Saturday Night as Karen Lundahl. Her other well-known role in the 1980s was the 1988 comedy film License to Drive as Les' smart twin sister Natalie Anderson. Nina has starred in many TV movies, especially ten Mystery Woman TV movies, the latest of which is Mystery Woman: In the Shadows. She appeared in the 1992 hit film Reservoir Dogs as an undercover cop. Although her scene in the film ended up on the cutting room floor, it is available in the deleted scene section on the Reservoir Dogs 10th Anniversary-Special Edition DVD.
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