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As a young girl growing up in New York City, Cara Buono took her family’s blue-collar work ethic and began to turn it into an acting career that would later lead not only to starring roles but to screenwriting and directing. With no help from friends, family or mentors, she went out on her own, picked up a trade paper, saw an ad for a casting call and sneaked into an audition. She managed to land a role in Harvey Fierstein’s play, “Spook House”, despite her lack of experience.
From there on, Cara’s career blossomed. She continued stage work both on and off-Broadway, and started her film career opposite Ethan Hawke and Jeremy Irons in “Waterland.” Much of her work has been in indie films such as “Chutney Popcorn,” “Happy Accidents,” “Next Stop Wonderland” and “Two Ninas,” which she co-produced.
As well as acting, Cara has directed, produced and written films, including the short film, “Baggage,” which starred Liev Schreiber. She co-wrote the screenplay, “When The Cat’s Away” (1999), with Brad Anderson, and cut a deal with Miramax for a screenplay adaptation of one of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s work. Recently, Cara starred on the final season of the NBC drama, “Third Watch,” as Grace Foster, a headstrong paramedic with an unbridled ego and the skills to back it up.
Most recently, Cara has played Mrs. Jacobsen in the film adaptation of John Green’s bestselling novel, “Paper Towns.”
Cara is a graduate of Columbia University, with a double major in English and Political Science. She got her degree in three years, again helped by her blue-collar work ethic.
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