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Gina Gershon

GINA GERSHON has enjoyed a successful and diverse career in entertainment, earning acclaim as a film, television and stage actor, as a singer/songwriter/musician and most recently as an author.

Gina can currently be seen in the hit Amazon comedy series "Red Oaks”, the Judd Apatow produced HBO comedy series “Crashing” and on the Golden Globe winning series "Empire". She was most recently seen in “Permission”, starring opposite Rebecca Hall and Dan Stevens, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival, as well as “Inconceivable” opposite Nicolas Cage for Lionsgate, and “9/11” opposite Charlie Sheen and Whoopi Goldberg.

She recently wrapped production on Kay Cannon’s “The Pact” opposite Leslie Mann and John Cena.

Previously, Gina starred opposite Matthew McConaughey in the dark comedy "Killer Joe", directed by William Friedkin. Gershon received rave reviews and was awarded "Best Supporting Actress" at the Toronto Film Festival for her performance as Sharla Smith.

Gershon's prolific film career began when she landed her first speaking role with a memorable turn in John Hughes' box office hit "Pretty in Pink." Some of her previous roles in film include Paul Verhoeven's "Showgirls", the Wachowskis' "Bound," "Red Heat" opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger, "Cocktail" opposite Tom Cruise, John Sayles's "City of Hope," Robert Altman's "The Player," the John Woo blockbuster "Face/Off" opposite John Travolta and Nicolas Cage, and Michael Mann's Oscar-nominated "The Insider" opposite Al Pacino and Christopher Plummer. Gershon was also in Richard LaGravenese's "P.S. I Love You" opposite Hillary Swank and Taylor Hackford's "Love Ranch" opposite Helen Mirren.

On television, Gershon can be seen in Larry David's "Curb Your Enthusiasm", as well as HBO’s "How to Make It In America" and Danny McBride's "Eastbound & Down." Other notable credits include Denis Leary's FX series "Rescue Me", a reoccurring arc on ABC's "Ugly Betty", the CBS mini-series "Sinatra," the TNT original movie "Legalese", and starring in David E. Kelley's action detective drama "Snoops."

In Theatre, Gershon most recently starred in the the Stephen King/John Mellencamp/T Bone Burnett musical "Ghost Brothers." Gershon made a huge splash on Broadway, receiving rave reviews as the Italian flight attendant Gabriella in the 2008 Tony Award-winning revival of "Boeing Boeing." She returned to the stage starring in the first-ever Broadway revival of "Bye Bye Birdie" as Rosie. Additional stage credits include a 2001 starring role as Sally Bowles in Sam Mendes's Broadway revival of "Cabaret" which won "Best Revival" at the Tony Awards, the stage plays "Camille" opposite Kathleen Turner and Jon Robin Baitz's "The Substance of Fire" (both at the Long Wharf Theatre). Gershon is a founding member of the New York-based theater company Naked Angels.