Angela last appeared onstage in the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse production of Who You See Here (opposite her husband) and, prior to that at Los Angeles’ Geffen Playhouse in Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night (opposite Alfred Molina and Jane Kaczmarek), both directed by Jeanie Hackett. Broadway: Picnic, Coastal Disturbances.
Off-Broadway: Zero Hour, Blur, As You Like It, True History and Real Adventures, The Good Times Are Killing Me (Obie Award, Drama Desk Nomination), Four Baboons Adoring the Sun, Approaching Zanzibar. Regional: Steel Magnolias, Becky Shaw, The House of Blue Leaves, Nothing Sacred, Be Aggressive, The Mandrake Root (opposite Lynn Redgrave).
Television: Royal Pains, Law & Order, Life, Crossing Jordan, C.S.I: Crime Scene Investigation, Grey’s Anatomy, 24, Without a Trace, The Brotherhood of Poland, NH, Six Feet Under, Porn n’ Chicken, Boston Public, Do-Over, The Education of Max Bickford, Madigan Men, Phenom and The Tracey Ullman Show.
Film: Behind The Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, The Simpsons Movie, Spanglish, Changing Lanes, Storytelling, Jerry Maguire, V.I. Warshawski, Home Alone, Triple Bogey on a Par Five Hole, Rocket Gibraltar.
She has had the great good fortune of working with such tremendous talents as the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, John Heard, Sam Waterston, Chris Penn, Burt Lancaster & Sir Peter O’Toole, Richard Dreyfuss, Catherine O’Hara, Judith Light, William Devane, Kathleen Turner, Patty Clarkson, Frannie Conroy, Bill Pullman, John Glover, Annie Cusack, Elizabeth McGovern, Tom Cruise, and Adam Sandler, to name a few. She has been lucky enough to say the words of Shakespeare, Chekhov, Williams, O’Neill, and Guare as well as Tina Howe, Eve Ensler, Madeleine George, and Lynda Barry.
She has collaborated with genius directors in James L. Brooks, Chris Columbus, Sir Peter Hall, Scott Ellis, Michael Mayer, Erica Schmidt, Pam Mackinnon, and Jeanie Hackett among many others.
She has had the great privilege of playing Macaulay Culkin’s big sister in two different movies. Can you name them?