Deborah Unger Biography
This hot and sultry actress has since been active on films and television shows since 1990, and has been noted for her portrayal of a wide range of characters, among of which was her being a hypersexual patient in Whispers in the Dark in 1992. She then unraveled herself and gained a dose of notoriety for her role in David Cronenbergs Crash in 1996, as the wife of car crash survivor James Spader. Deborah Unger also starred in the psychological suspense thriller The Game, directed by David Fincher, as well as the TV movie The Rat Pack, where she played the role of Ava Gardner.
Deborah Unger has as well worked with award-winning actors and directors, a few of which being Mel Gibson in the movie Payback where she became his double-crossing girlfriend, and István Szabó in his historical epic, Sunshine, in which she played the role of the wife of a Communist party official. Deborah Unger then starred in Norman Jewisons The Hurricane, where she was cast as a Canadian activist who fought for the rights of an imprisoned boxer, which was played by Denzel Washington.
Her most recent works include 88 Minutes (2006), Silent Hill (2006), Things That Hang from Trees (2005), Jesus of Suburbia (2005), White Noise (2005), The Alibi (2005), A Love Song for Bobby Long (2004), Paranoia 1.0 (a.k.a. One Point O) (2004), Emile (2003), Stander (2003), Hollywood North (2003), Fear X (2003), Thirteen (2003), Leo (2002), Between Strangers (2002), The Salton Sea (2002), Ten Tiny Love Stories (2001), Signs & Wonders (2000), and The Hurricane (1999)
Deborah Unger currently resides in Vancouver and Los Angeles, California.