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Maggie Gyllenhaal - Lee Holloway
Maggie Gyllenhaal made her feature film debut in 1992, alongside Jeremy Irons and Ethan Hawke in Waterland. This was followed by roles in A Dangerous Woman and television appearances in both Shattered Mind and The Patron Saint of Liars.
A memorable performance as 'Raven,' the Satan-worshipping make-up artist in John Waters' quirky Hollywood satire, Cecil B. Demented led her to a co-starring role in Donnie Darko, a fantasy-thriller about disturbed adolescence. The film, which was directed by Richard Kelly, starring her brother Jake, and executive-produced by Drew Barrymore, screened in competition at Sundance 2001. Gyllenhaal was most recently seen in Penny Marshall's Riding in Cars With Boys with Drew Barrymore, and Miramax's 40 Days & 40 Nights with Josh Hartnett and Shannon Sossamon, directed by Michael Lehmann.
While working on Secretary, Gyllenhaal was simultaneously shooting Spike Jonze's Adaptation with Nicolas Cage. Her additional film credits include Homegrown, in which she was directed by her father, Stephen Gyllenhaal and The Photographer, directed by Jeremy Stein. Gyllenhaal will soon star in director John Sayles' Casa De Los Babys.
Also accomplished on stage, Gyllenhaal starred as 'Alice' in Patrick Marber's award-winning Closer at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles for director Robert Egan, and previously at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre. She has also appeared in Anthony & Cleopatra at the Vanborough Theatre in London. Gyllenhaal is a 1999 graduate of Columbia University where she studied Literature and Eastern Religion.