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Penelope Ann Miller stars in "The Artist," opposite James Cromwell and Malcolm McDowell, as Doris. Miller also recently starred in Rob Reiner's "Flipped."

Penelope Ann Miller has collaborated with a myriad of talent in over 20 films, including Al Pacino and Sean Penn in director Brian de Palma's "Carlito's Way," for which she received a Golden Globe nomination; Marlon Brando and Matthew Broderick in "The Freshman," directed by Andrew Bergman; Robert De Niro and Robin Williams in Penny Marshall's
Penelope Ann Miller in "Flipped"
Penelope Ann Miller Flipped
"Awakenings"; Robert Downey Jr. in Sir Richard Attenborough's "Chaplin"; Danny DeVito and Gregory Peck in Norman Jewison's "Other People's Money"; and Arnold Schwarzenegger in Ivan Reitman's "Kindergarten Cop." Miller appears next in Avi Arad's upcoming science fiction adventure film "Robosapien: Rebooted."

Miller recently starred in "Free Style," alongside Corbin Bleu, and "Saving Grace B. Jones," the independent 1950s drama based on writer/director Connie Stevens own true-life event, which opened the Sedona Film Festival this year. Miller's other feature credits include starring opposite Kristen Stewart, John Corbett and Dylan McDermott in the supernatural hit "The Messengers," produced by Sam Raimi, which opened at number one at the box office; and the slapstick comedy "Funny Money," opposite Chevy Chase.

On television, Miller was recently seen in TNT's critically acclaimed series "Men of a Certain Age," playing opposite Ray Romano as his estranged wife. Her other TV credits include "Rocky Marciano," opposite Jon Favreau and George C. Scott; "The Last Don," opposite Joe Montegna; "The Mary Kay Letourneau Story," for which she won critical acclaim; and "Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story," opposite James Woods.

Miller was named Star of Tomorrow by the Motion Picture Bookers Club and Most Promising Actress by the Chicago Film Critics Association. She received a Special Jury Award for Best Performance at the Hollywood Film Festival for her role in the independent feature "Rhapsody in Bloom." Among her stage accolades is the Tony Award-nominated portrayal of Emily in Broadway's Tony-winning revival of "Our Town."

Miller left her native Los Angeles when she was 18 and moved to New York, where she studied acting at HB Studios under Herbert Berghoff. Two years later, she got her big break on Broadway when she originated the role of Daisy Hanningan in Neil Simon's Tony Award-winning play "Biloxi Blues." Later, she would reprise the role in Mike Nichols' film version, alongside Matthew Broderick and Christopher Walken.

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Age: 52 years old
Birthday: January 13, 1964
Height: 5' 7"
Full Name / Real Name: Penelope Andrea Miller
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Husband: James Patrick Huggins (5/28/2000, 2 children)
Will Arnett (12/9/1994 - 1995, divorced)

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