Karen Young (actress)
Young at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival
September 29, 1958 |
Pequannock Township, New Jersey, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Tom Noonan (1992–1999) (divorced, 2 children)
Ken Eisen (2012-present)
Karen Young (born September 29, 1958) is an American actress.
Born in Pequannock Township, New Jersey, Young studied at Rutgers University. After graduation she moved to New York City and became an actress, appearing in such films as Night Game, 9½ Weeks, Jaws: The Revenge, Daylight, Mercy and Hoffa. Her ex-husband is Tom Noonan. Young portrayed FBI Agent Robyn Sanseverino on The Sopranos and has portrayed various characters for the Law & Order franchise, as well as in The Equalizer. Young has also portrayed Sister Mary in The Orphan Killer, and starred in many U.S. independent and Foreign Films including Heading South, Two Gates of Sleep and Conviction, and on stage starred in both New York productions of A Lie of the Mind, playing daughter and mother.
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