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Kathy Baker can be seen in "Big Miracle," directed by Ken Kwapis and starring Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski, as Ruth McGraw. Baker will next be seen co-starring in "Seven Days in Utopia," directed by Matt Russell and starring Robert Duvall, and "The Party Is Over," an independent feature written by her son, Julian Camillieri. Baker is also producing.

Baker recently starred in the Lifetime drama series "Against the Wall," the independent movie "Take Shelter," directed by Jeff Nichols and starring
Kathy Baker in "Jesse Stone: No Remorse"
Kathy Baker Jesse Stone: No Remorse
Jessica Chastain and Michael Shannon, and the HBO original movie, "Too Big to Fail," opposite William Hurt, as Wendy Paulson. The latter film offers an intimate look at the epochal Wall Street financial crisis of 2008 and explores the inner sanctum of the powerful men and women who decided the fate of the world's economy in a matter of a few weeks.

She also stars in the hit Jesse Stone franchise for CBS starring Tom Selleck. Her character Rose Gammon was introduced in "Jesse Stone: Sea Change" and reappears in the fifth, sixth and eighth installments: "Jesse Stone: Thin Ice," "Jesse Stone: No Remorse" and "Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt."

Baker also recently played the recurring role of Majorie Dubois in CBS's "Medium" and starred in the feature film "Last Chance Harvey," with Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson, and the independent features "Miss Nobody" and "Shades of Ray."

Kathy Baker won three Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe Award and the Screen Actor's Guild Award for her work on the CBS television series "Picket Fences." She also received a 2003 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in the TNT feature "Door to Door," which garnered multiple Emmy Awards and an AFI Creative Ensemble Award. Baker also was nominated for back-to-back Emmys for her guest performances on "Touched by an Angel" and "Boston Public."

Baker recently appeared in a guest starring role on "Grey's Anatomy" and in a guest arc on "Saving Grace." Baker also recently completed a pilot for CBS called "Babylon Fields," co-written and directed by Michael Cuesta and also starring Ray Stevenson and Amber Tamblyn. Her other television credits include a guest arc on "Nip/Tuck," a series regular role on "Boston Public," "Picking Up, Dropping Off," Spike Lee's Showtime feature "Sucker Free City," "Sanctuary," "Ten Tiny Love Stories," "Things You Can Tell Just By Looking At Her," Showtime's "Ratz," the CBS miniseries "Shake, Rattle & Roll: An American Love Story," the TNT series "Bull," "Lush Life," "Not in This Town," the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie "A Season For Miracles" and "The Image."

Baker made her film debut in "The Right Stuff" (1983). She has appeared in the remake of "All the King's Men," directed by Steven Zaillian, the independent feature "Nine Lives," directed by Rodrigo Garcia and the critically-acclaimed "Cold Mountain" as well as "13 Going on 30," "Fathers and Sons," "Assassination Tango" and "The Glass House." For the Academy Award-winning film "The Cider House Rules," Baker shared a Screen Actor's Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Theatrical Motion Picture. She also had a starring role in the recent Sony Pictures Classics' feature "The Jane Austen Book Club," starring opposite Maria Bello, Emily Blunt, Amy Brenneman and Hugh Dancy.

Other feature film credits include "Inventing the Abbotts," "To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday," "Mad Dog and Glory," "Jennifer Eight," "Article 99," "Edward Scissorhands," "Street Smart" (National Society of Film Critics' Best Supporting Actress Award), "Clean and Sober," "Jacknife," "Dad," "Mister Frost" and "A Little Inside."

A veteran of the stage, Baker originated the role of May in Sam Shepard's "Fool for Love," and, at the playwright's request, took the part to New York along with co-star Ed Harris. The move resulted in a prestigious Obie Award for Baker. During the following year, Kathy continued to work on other successful stage productions such as "Desire Under the Elms" and "Aunt Dan and Lemon." She returned to the stage in 2006 in a South Coast Repertory production of the Tracy Letts play "A Man From Nebraska," which was directed by William Friedkin.


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Age: 66 years old
Birthday: June 8, 1950
Height: 5' 6"
Full Name / Real Name: Kathy Whitton Baker
Birthplace: Midland, TX
Husband: Steven Robman
Donald Camillieri (1984 - 1999, divorced, 2 children)

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