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Amy Madigan
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Ed Harris (1982 - present)

One child: Lily Dolordes (b.1993)

Amy, along with husband Ed Harris, were among a strong minority of attendees of the 2000 Acadamy Awards to rufuse to applaud during director Elia Kazan's acceptance of his honorary Oscar. They were protesting Kazan's contribution to the Hollywood blacklistling during the Cold War.

Biography from Leonard Maltin's Movie Encyclopedia:

Intense blond actress whose fresh-scrubbed appearance and diminutive stature can't mask her feisty, nononsense attitude. After stage and TV work and a stint as a rock singer, she first impressed moviegoers as a prisoner who gives birth in Love Child (1982). Subsequent roles included a soldier of fortune (originally written for a man) in Streets of Fire (1984), the adulterous neighbor in Places in the Heart (also 1984), and the embittered daughter in Twice in a Lifetime (1985), which earned her an Oscar nomination. Other films include Love Letters (1983), Nowhere to Hide (1987), and The Prince of Pennsylvania (1988). She had a banner year in 1989, playing the strongwilled, supportive wife of Kevin Costner in Field of Dreams (1989), the tenacious attorney in the TV movie Roe vs. Wade (1989), which won her an Emmy nomination and a Golden Globe, and John Candy's girlfriend in Uncle Buck In 1993 she appeared in The Dark Half Not an actress for whom projects are developed, Madigan remains a dependable, enjoyable performer whose presence invariably in flates a movie's net worth. Active on stage, she played Stella in the 1992 Broadway revival of A Streetcar Named Desire Married to Ed Harris, with whom she costarred in Places in the Heart and Alamo Bay (1985).

Amy Madigan stared in:

Title Year Saw with/at: Own On? Rating
Streets of Fire 1984 Don't know DVD ***
Uncle Buck 1989 With Kiim ***
Field of Dreams 1989 With Jessica Digital *****
Gone Baby Gone 2007 Suzy Digital *** 1/2