Amy Madigan, a critically-acclaimed actress of film, television and stage, received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the feature film Twice In A Lifetime. She also starred as art patroness Peggy Guggenheim in Pollock. Additional feature film credits include Sweetwater; The Lifeguard; Gone Baby Gone; Winter Passing; Loved; Female Perversions; The Dark Half; Uncle Buck; Field of Dreams; Nowhere to Hide; Streets Of Fire; Love Letters and Alamo Bay. Most recently, Madigan starred in Frontera. She stars next in the independent film Stuck. On television, Madigan most recently starred in Neil LaBute’s “Ten x Ten” for DirecTV. She recurred on J.J. Abrams’ “Fringe” and ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” as Seattle Grace’s resident psychiatrist. In addition to starring on the HBO series “Carnivàle,” Madigan received a Golden Globe Award and an Emmy nomination for her performance in the telefilm “Roe vs. Wade.” She also starred in Lifetime’s telefilm “Living Proof.” Additional telefilm credits include Lifetime’s “And Then There Was One,” “Shot in the Heart,” HBO’s “The Laramie Project,” “Riders of the Purple Sage,” Robert Altman’s “The Laundromat,” “Victims,” “In The Name of the People,” “Having Our Say,” “A Bright Shining Lie,” “Lucky Day,” “The Revolt of Mother” and “The Day After.” On stage, Madigan starred in the critically-acclaimed productions of Beth Henley’s The Jacksonian at The New Group (NY) and the Geffen Playhouse (LA). Other theater credits include Broadway’s A Streetcar Name Desire, Mark Taper Forum’s A Lie of the Mind, Manhattan Theatre Club’s The Lucky Spot, Los Angeles Theatre Center’s Stevie Wants To Play The Blues, LA’s Prairie Avenue and Strasberg Theatre’s production of In The Boom Boom Room. Most recently, Madigan directed the West Coast premiere of Off the King’s Road at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles.