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Nina Siemaszko

BornAntonina Jadwiga Siemaszko ( 1970-07-14 ) July 14, 1970 (age 50) Chicago, Illinois , U.S.
EducationDePaul University
OccupationActress
RelativesCasey Siemaszko (brother)
Twitter@mssiemaszko
Years active1986-present

Nina Siemaszko began acting at age four in the Chicago production of Sound of Music and then continued to hone her craft as a child performer at the City's Polish-language RefRen Theatre. As she has mature, petite attractive actress has carven career alternating between leading and supporting roles on television and in both studio fare and independent films. Siemaszko make her feature debut in best-forgotten one More Saturday Night before appearing in teen romp License to Drive, with Corey Haim and Corey Feldman. In 1989, she made her small screen debut in a small role in the acclaimed CBS miniseries Lonesome Dove. Her turn as an alluring teen who turns to prostitution in Wild Orchid II: Two Shades of Blue didn't win her any critical praise, but she does garner some notice as Talia Shire's daughter in bed and Breakfast and as Mia Farrow in CBS biography Sinatra. Siemaszko had one of her better roles as a pregnant squatter in Saint of Fort Washington projects like cult films floundering and airheads following, but did little to advance her career. She turned mainstream to play Annette Bening's sister in the comedy American President, which proved to be a box office disappointment. A further setback was bust pilot Pastor's Wife, scripted by David E Kelley, in which she had the title role. It takes another indie role, though, for an actress to earn glowing notices as contemporary gold-digger in George B. Opposite David Morse. That same year, she starred as a klutzy nurse whose automobile goes out of control in the Fox TV-movie Runaway Car. More recently, Siemaszko assumed the role of Mona Ramsay in the sequel to Armistead Maupin's 'More Tales From City' before lending support to Robin Williams in Jakob Liar.

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Career

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
1986One More Saturday NightKaren Lundahl
1988License to DriveNatalie Anderson
1988Tucker: The Man and His DreamMarilyn Lee Tucker
1989Lost AngelsMerilee
1991Bed BreakfastCassie Wellesly
1991Wild Orchid II: Two Shades of BlueBlue McDonald
1992Little NoisesDolores
1993The Saint of Fort WashingtonTamsen
1994FlounderingGal
1994AirheadsSuzzi
1995Power of AttorneyMariaVideo
1995Love and HappinessNina
1995The American PresidentBeth Wade
1996JohnsTiffany
1997Runaway CarJenny Todd
1997George B.Angela
1997Suicide KingsJennifer
1998Goodbye LoverNewscaster
1997Kiss TellShelly
1999Jakob the LiarRosa
1999The Big TeaseBetty Fuego
2000Sleep Easy, Hutch RimesHolly Proudfit
2008The Haunting of Molly HartleyDr. Amelia Emerson
2011Lily Look HereDeliaShort
2017The HatredMiriam

Siemaszko was born in Chicago. Her father, Konstanty, was a Polish-born Roman Catholic who was a fighter in the Polish Underground and who survived Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Her mother, Collette McAllister, was English. Her brothers are Casey Siemaszko, actor and Corky Siemaszko, reporter and writer who previously worked for New York Daily News and is currently a reporter at NBC News. She attends the Goodman School of Drama at DePaul University in Chicago. Her first feature film was in 1986 comedy movie One More Saturday Night as Karen Lundahl. Her other well-know role in the 1980s was the 1988 comedy film License to Drive as Les's smart twin sister, Natalie Anderson, and in the 1989 miniseries Lonesome Dove as Janey, runaway who is killed by Blue Duck. She has starred in a number of TV movies and in ten Mystery Woman TV movies, latest of which is Mystery Woman: in Shadows. She appeared as an undercover cop in the 1992 film Reservoir Dogs, though Her Scene was cut from the final release version of the movie. It is available in the deleted Scene section on Reservoir Dogs 10 Anniversary-Special Edition DVD. She plays actress Mia Farrow in the CBS miniseries Sinatra film about the life of singer Frank Sinatra. In 1992 she played the lead in Wild Orchid II: Two Shades of Blue. In 1998, Siemaszko played Mona Ramsey in the Showtime miniseries More Tales of City, sequel to 1994's Tales of City, and had a brief role on Sports Night as nanny for Casey's son Charlie. She is also known for playing Ellie Bartlet on hit TV Drama West Wing. She has made guest appearances on TV shows including Red Shoe Diaries, Judging Amy, Tales from Crypt, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice.

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Videogames

YearTitleRole
2004Grand Theft Auto: San AndreasPedestrian
2009Jak and Daxter: The Lost FrontierComputer, Aeropan Female, Pirate Female
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