Cherry Jones

Jones in 2009 Cherry Jones is an American actress. She started her career in theater as a founding member of the American Repertory Theater in 1980 before transitioning into film and television. Celebrated for her dynamic roles on stage and screen, she has received various accolades, including three Primetime Emmy Awards and two Tony Awards, as well as nominations for an Olivier Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award.

Jones made her Broadway debut in the 1987 play ''Stepping Out''. She went on to receive two Tony Awards for Best Actress in a Play for ''The Heiress'' in 1995 and ''Doubt'' in 2005. Her other Tony-nominated roles were in ''Our Country's Good'' in 1991, ''A Moon for the Misbegotten'' in 2000, and ''The Glass Menagerie'' in 2014. Her most recent Broadway performance was in ''The Lifespan of a Fact'' in 2018.

She is also known for her work on television with breakthrough roles as Barbara Layton in ''The West Wing'' and President Allison Taylor in ''24'', the latter of which won her the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2009. She received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for ''Transparent'' in 2015 and earned two Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series for her roles in the Hulu drama series ''The Handmaid's Tale'' in 2019 and the HBO drama series ''Succession'' in 2020.

Her film appearances include ''The Horse Whisperer'' (1998), ''Erin Brockovich'' (2000), ''The Perfect Storm'' (2000), ''Signs'' (2002), ''The Village'' (2004), ''Amelia'' (2009), ''The Beaver'' (2011), ''A Rainy Day in New York'' (2019), and ''The Eyes of Tammy Faye'' (2021). Provided by Wikipedia

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