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Patricia Kalember stars in "Limitless," opposite Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro, as Mrs. Atwood. Kalember also recently starred in "The Company Men," with Ben Affleck and Tommy Lee Jones, as Cynthia, and "Rabbit Hole," opposite Nicole Kidman, as Peg.

Patricia Kalember is best known for her roles as Georgie Whitsig on the NBC series "Sisters," Susannah Hart on "thirtysomething" and in "Law & Order: SVU." She has also appeared in the feature films "Kalamity," "Signs," "Fletch Lives," "Jacob's Ladder," "Big Girls Don't Cry... They Get Even," "A Far Off Place," "Persona Non Grata" and "A Time for Dancing." She has also appeared in the HBO film "Path to War."

On television, she has been seen on "The Good Wife," "Gossip Girl," "Michael Hayes," "Early Edition," "The Equalizer" and "Kay O'Brian." Her television film work includes "Final Run," "Angel Flight Down," "Degree of Guilt," "Living a Lie," "Kaleidoscope" and "Little Girl Lost." Her stage work includes "The Nerd" on Broadway, and "Y2K," "From Above," "Loose Knit," "The Vagina Monologues" and an Outer Critics Circle Award-nominated turn in "The Foreigner," off-Broadway.

Born in Schenectady, New York, and raised in Westport, Connecticut, and Louisville, Kentucky, Kalember received a B. A. in Theater from Indiana University and attended the Masters program at Temple University.


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Age: 58 years old
Birthday: December 30, 1957
Full Name / Real Name: Patricia Kathryn Kalember
Birthplace: Schenectady, NY
Hometown: Westport, CT and Louisville, KY
Husband: Daniel Gerroll (2/26/1986, 3 children)
Mark Torres (8/1/1980 - 1983, divorced)

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