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Holly Hunter does not have any reported pets.
March 20, 1958 (65)
Holly Hunter is an American actress, celebrated for her compelling performances in both film and television.
Hunter’s career trajectory took a significant turn with her performance in “Raising Arizona,” a 1987 comedy directed by Joel Coen. This role was a precursor to her Academy Award-winning performance in “The Piano” (1993), where her portrayal of a mute pianist earned her international acclaim. Her filmography includes notable works such as “Broadcast News,” “The Firm,” and “Thirteen.” In television, Hunter has made a substantial impact with her role in the series “Saving Grace” and her performance in “Top of the Lake.”
Collaboration has been a hallmark of Hunter’s career. She has worked with a diverse array of talents, including directors like Joel Coen, Jane Campion, and Steven Spielberg. Her co-stars have included prominent figures such as Nicolas Cage in “Raising Arizona,” Richard Dreyfuss in “Once Around,” Harvey Keitel in “The Piano,” and William Hurt in “Broadcast News.” In “The Firm,” she shared the screen with Tom Cruise, while in “Thirteen,” she worked alongside Evan Rachel Wood and Nikki Reed. Her television endeavors have seen her collaborate with talents like Laura Dern in “Top of the Lake” and Kenny Johnson in “Saving Grace.”
Hunter’s career is distinguished by numerous awards and honors. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in “The Piano,” and received additional nominations for her work in “Broadcast News,” “The Firm,” and “Thirteen.” Her television work has not gone unnoticed, with Emmy nominations for “Saving Grace” and a win for “The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom.”