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Jennifer Tilly

Jennifer Tilly received an Academy Award nomination for her role in Woody Allen's "Bullets Over Broadway" for her memorable portrayal of the terribly untalented Olive, actress wannabe, and gangster's moll. Her performance in "Liar Liar" as Jim Carrey's gold digging client earned her an American Comedy Award nomination, as well as a Blockbuster award nomination as Favorite Supporting Actress.

Currently, Jennifer can be seen in the new hit series "Chucky" on Syfy channel and USA network. The new show takes the beloved serial killer doll to the small screen, and the fans are loving it, with "Chucky" being the biggest cable premiere this season. Jennifer reprised her role as 'Tiffany Valentine' the murderous paramour to Chucky, who has transferred her soul to the body of the fictional version of Jennifer Tilly. Her voice can also be heard in the new "Monsters Inc" series from Disney, as she reprises her role of "Celia", "Mike"'s (voiced by Billy Crystal) long-suffering girlfriend.

Tilly's role in the groundbreaking film "Bound", has earned her a huge cult following. "Bound", directed by the Wachowskis, follows two lesbian con artists trying to rip off the mob. It garnered many accolades including a GLAAD media award, and a Saturn award nomination (Best Actress) for Tilly.

Other film credits include: "The Getaway", "The Fabulous Baker Boys", "Let It Ride", "The Cat's Meow", "Intervention," (Winner-Best Actress-San Diego Film Festival) "Dancing at the Blue Iguana", "Made in America", "Bride of Chucky", (Saturn Award nominee-Best Actress) "Seed of Chucky", "Cult of Chucky", "The Crew", "The Wrong Guy", "Inconceivable", (Winner-Best Actress-WIFT) "An American Girl", "Ray Meets Helen", "A Cinderella Story: If The Shoe Fits", "Edie and Penn", "Hide and Seek", "Saint Ralph", "The Doors", "Relative Evil" (Winner-Best Actress-DVD Exclusive Awards) "Second Best", "Tidelands", and many more.

She had recurring roles on "Modern Family", "Hill Street Blues", and "It's Garry Shandling's Show", (Ace Award nomination: Best Actress.) Other notable appearances include "Moonlighting", "Cheers", "Frasier", "Drop Dead Diva", and "CSI". She was a series regular on "Key West" (Fox) "Shaping Up" (NBC) and "Out of Practice (CBS)

She starred in the miniseries "Bella Mafia", with Vanessa Redgrave (CBS) and "Sister Mary Explains It All", with Diane Keaton, for Showtime. She also appeared in a remake of "The Magnificent Ambersons", with Madeleine Stowe. (A&E) For her performance in the Showtime movie "Heads" she received a Gemini Award nomination. (Best Actress)

Tilly is in great demand as a voice over actor. For the last eleven years she has delighted audiences as the perpetually pregnant Bonnie on "Family Guy". She played the snaky haired Celia in Pixar's classic movie "Monster's Inc. ", Grace, the new age cow in Disney's "Home on the Range", a Con Mouse in "Stuart Little", and Madame Leota in "The Haunted Mansion."

Equally at home on stage as well as film, she has many theatre credits under her belt including "Tartuffe", (LA Public Theatre) "Boys' Life" (LAAT) and "Baby With The Bathwater, " & (LAPT) and "Vanities", (Dramalogue Award-Best Actress) She received a "TheatreWorld Award" (Best Newcomer) for her performance in Second Stage's "One Shoe Off" at the Joseph Papp Theatre.

In 2001 she starred in the Roundabout's revival of "The Women" with Cynthia Nixon, and Kristen Johnson at the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway. In 2012, she returned to the Roundabout to star in another revival; "Don't Dress for Dinner", which garnered her a nomination as "Favorite Funny Performance" in the Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards.

She appeared with Miranda Richardson in the critically acclaimed world premiere of Wallace Shawn's new play "Grasses of a Thousand Colors" at the Royal Court Theatre in London. She then reprised her role in the American premiere at the Joseph Papp Theater starring Wallace Shawn and Julie Haggerty. The play was again directed by the legendary Andre Gregory, and was recently recorded as a podcast by Gideon Media.

Currently she appears on a regular basis as a player in the smash hit comedy revue: "Celebrity Autobiography. "

These days Jennifer is dividing her career between acting and poker. In 2005 she astounded the Poker world when she bested a field of over 600 women to win the coveted gold bracelet at The World Series of Poker. She followed that up by capturing a WPT title, winning Ladies Night. Since she has had numerous deep finishes and first place wins. Her career poker winnings total over a million dollars.

She is well known for her many appearances on poker television shows, including "Poker Superstars", "Party Poker Women's World Open", "Poker After Dark", "The PokerStars Big Game", NBC "Heads Up" tournament, "Poker Royale", "The Party Poker Big Game", "The Poker Lounge", "Live at The Bike", "Full Tilt Poker Million", "The Party Poker World Open", "Poker Nations Cup", the 25k Invitational "High Roller Bounty Shootout", the "PartyPoker Premier League", the WPT cash game, and "Poker Night in America".

For ten years, she wrote a poker related column for "Bluff" magazine, and most recently had a poker short story published in the Simon and Schuster anthology titled "He Played For His Wife... and Other Stories. "