Marcia Gay Harden Biography
In 1993, Marcia Gay Harden first appeared on Broadway in the production of Angels in America by Tony Kushner. In films, she was awarded the Best Supporting Actress by the Academy Awards for her performance in the 2000 film Pollack. Then in 2003, she was again nominated by the Academy Awards for her performance in the movie Mystic River.
In 2005, Marcia Gay Harden appeared with her daughter, Eulala Scheel, in the movie Felicity: An American Girl Adventure. She is set to appear with her daughter again in the movie, Home, playing the role of her mother.
Marcia Gay Harden's other memorable roles included playing the stage mother in the film The Imagemaker in 1986, which was also her first big screen role. In 1990 she gained stardom in the movie Millers Crossing by the Coen Brothers. After appearing in Millers Crossing, she became the hot star in Hollywood in the early 90s.
In 1997, Marcia Gay Harden was seen in the movie Flubber, opposite Robin Williams and the following year, she was seen alongside Brad Pitt and Anthony Hopkins in Meet Joe Black. That same year, Marcia was seen in the movie made for television, Labor of Love, where she appeared opposite David Marshal Grant. In 2000 she was seen in the space drama adventure, Space Cowboys.
Marcia Gay Harden also continued to appear on television and was seen in the Raw episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. For her performance in the Law & Order episode, she was nominated as Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series by the Golden Globe.
In 2007, Marcia Gay Harden was seen in The Invisible, Rails & Ties, Home, Into the Wild, The Mist, and Thomas Kinkades Home for Christmas.