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She later studied drama at Northwestern, Brown, and the Juilliard School, where she became good friends with another student, Jeanne Tripplehorn.
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Performed by: Justine Bateman, Rob Benedict, Joshua Biton, John Cabrera, Matthew Patrick Davis, Steve Rankin, Josh Radnor, Russell Soder and Darby Stanchfield Featuring: Justine Bateman, Rob Benedict, Joshua Biton, John Cabrera, Matthew Patrick Davis, Steve Rankin, Josh Radnor, Russell Soder, Darby Stanchfield In Neil Simon’s darkly funny memoir of his family in 1930’s Brooklyn, fourteen-year-old Eugene is preoccupied by his passion for the Yankees and his lust for his beautiful cousin, Nora.
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On stage at Juilliard, Linney once had a massive anxiety attack or "near nervous breakdown." "There I was on stage," she says, "and suddenly I came out in these sweats.