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Marcia Gay Harden stars as Claire Maddox on FX Network's "Damages." Claire Maddox is Walter Kendrick's chief adviser. A legal bulldog who thrives on confrontation, she's a worthy adversary for Patty Hewes. But Maddox's devotion to Kendrick is challenged as she's drawn deeper and deeper into the web of his conspiracy.

Award-winning Marcia Gay Harden has forged a remarkable body of work, always staying true to her chameleon style of "becoming the character." Her character portraits have been described by critics as "searing," "heartbreaking," "inventive," "pure and profane simultaneously," "astonishing," "authentic," and "sensuous." From the glamorous Ava Gardner in "Sinatra," to the artist Lee Krasner in "Pollock" (for which she won best supporting actress Oscar), to the down and out Cecelia in "Mystic River" (another Academy Award nomination) Marcia Gay Harden has created a signature style based in character transformation. Marcia Gay Harden's versatility and wide-range have been praised in such films as "Millers Crossing," "The First Wives Club," "Meet Joe Black," "Mona Lisa Smile," "The Hoax," and "Used People."

Marcia Gay Harden's most recent works include "Canvas," "Rails and Ties," Stephen King's "The Mist" (for which she won a Saturn Award) and Sean Penn's "Into the Wild." Marcia Gay Harden can also be seen in "Home for Christmas" with Peter O'Toole and the comedy "The Lonely Maiden" with William H. Macy, Morgan Freeman, and Christopher Walken.

Marcia Gay Harden has chosen a life away from mainstream Hollywood, crossing between independent and studio films, and television and theatre. Marcia Gay Harden won a Tony nomination for Tony Kushner's "Angels in America" (for which she won the Drama Desk and Theatre World Awards), an Emmy nomination for her guest appearance on "Law and Order: SVU," and an Independent Spirit Award nomination for "American Gun."

Marcia Gay Harden graduated from the University of Texas with a B.A. in Theatre and an M.F.A from the Graduate Acting program at New York University. Marcia Gay Harden resides in Harlem with her husband and three children.

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How tall is Marcia Gay Harden? How old is Marcia Gay Harden? Where does Marcia Gay Harden live? Find out here.

Age: 57 years old
Birthday: August 14, 1959
Height: 5' 4"
Birthplace: La Jolla, CA
Current Residence: Harlem, NY
Husband: Thaddaeus Scheel

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