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Edie Falco

Born July 5, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York, USA
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Edith "Edie" Falco  (born July 5, 1963) is an American television, film and stage actress, known for her role in Oz as Diane Wittlesey and her roles as both Carmela Soprano on the HBO series The Sopranos and the titular character on the Showtime series Nurse Jackie. She is the first actress to win an Emmy for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy as well as Outstanding Actress in a Drama.

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Landline (2017)
as "Pat Jacobs"
as "Jackie Leavey"
as "Miller"
as "Peggy"
as "Herself"
as "Karen Collucci"
The Quiet (2005)
as "Olivia Deer"
as "Safarah Polsky"
as "Marly Temple"
Jenifer (2001)
as "Wheelchair Saleswoman"
as "Janice"
as "Judy Berlin"
as "Feiga"
as "Vivian Stewart"
Cop Land (1997)
as "Berta"
as "Alison's Friend"
Firehouse (1996)
as "Kate Wilkinson"
Layin' Low (1996)
as "Angie"
as "Carol Davison"
as "Patty"
as "Jean"
as "Lorna"
as "Denise"
as ""
Trust (1990)
as "Peg Coughlin"
as "Carriage Couple"
as "Jane"
as "Karen"
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