Calista Flockhart stars as Kitty Walker on ABC's "Brothers & Sisters."

Calista Flockhart, a classically trained stage actress who has been critically acclaimed for both her classic and contemporary work on stage, quickly gained overnight fame as she endeared herself to millions as the provocative and controversial Ally McBeal. Flockhart will next be seen in the independent thriller "Fragile," directed by Jaume Balaguero.

Most recently, Flockhart returned to her roots to star in Neil LaBute's highly praised play entitled "Bash," for which she received outstanding reviews. Prior to that, Flockhart appeared on Broadway as the evil and narcissistic Natasha in Scott Elliot's production of "The Three Sisters."

Flockhart made her Broadway debut opposite Julie Harris in "The Glass Menagerie," for which she received the Theatre World Award and the Clarence Derwent Best New Talent Award. Additional New York theatre credits for Flockhart include: Warren Leight's "The Loop," which landed her the role of Gene Hackman's daughter in Mike Nichols' "The Birdcage"; "Sophistry" and "Sons and Fathers," both opposite Ethan Hawke and written by Jonathan Marc Sherman; "Wrong Turn at Lungfish," written and directed by Garry Marshall; "All for One," with Liev Schreiber, and Caryll Churchill's "Mad Forest."

Regionally, Flockhart was Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet" at The Hartford Stage, Cordelia in "King Lear" at The Actors Theater in Louisville, Irina in "The Three Sisters" at The Goodman Theater in Chicago, and "Emily" in "Our Town," directed by legendary Jose Quintero. Summers at the Williamstown Theater Festival and the Berkshire Theater Festival featured Flockhart in "Death Takes a Holiday," opposite Christopher Reeve, and "Jitta's Atonement," opposite Dianne Wiest.

Flockhart starred in Rodrigo Garcia's "Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her," with Glenn Close and Cameron Diaz. Additional movie credits for Flockhart include FOX Searchlight's "A Midsummer Night's Dream," co-starring Kevin Kline, Michelle Pfeiffer and Rupert Everett; "Drunks"; "The Birdcage," which received the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Ensemble; and "Telling Lies in America," scripted by Joe Esterhas and co-starring Kevin Bacon and Brad Renfro.

"Ally McBeal," created by David E. Kelley, marked Flockhart's debut in a network television series. In the sophisticated hybrid, Flockhart portrayed a Harvard grad who finds success in the courtroom but fumbles outside the firm in pursuit of personal happiness. The role earned Flockhart a Golden Globe Award in 1997, a People's Choice Award in 1999, plus Emmy, People's Choice, SAG, TV Guide and American Comedy Award nominations in 1998, 1999 and 2001. Additionally Flockhart received Golden Globe Award nominations in 1998, 1999 and 2000, and has received many international awards for best actress in a television series.


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Age: 52 years old
Birthday: November 11, 1964
Height: 5' 5 ½"
Full Name / Real Name: Calista Kay Flockhart
Birthplace: Freeport, IL

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