Angela Featherstone

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Angela Featherstone
Born (1965-04-03) 3 April 1965 (age 54)
OccupationActress, Writer, Curator
Years active1991- present

Angela Featherstone (born 3 April 1965) is an actress and writer.

Modeling & Acting[edit]

Angela Featherstone ended her teenage years as a fashion model, working with photographers such as Irving Penn, David Bailey, and Bruce Weber. She is best known for playing Chloe in Friends, the Maid on Seinfeld, and the fiancé (Linda) who left Adam Sandler's character (Robbie) at the altar in The Wedding Singer. Most recently, she played the role of Maggie on Showtime’s Ray Donovan, as well as Jame on Girls for HBO.

Writer[edit]

She has created sitcoms for Sony, DreamWorks and NBC television, and published nonfiction in Time, Jane, Flare, The Huffington Post, Dame, and Zoomer. Her essay 'God Said No' was published in the 2014 edition of Gargoyle Magazine and nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Proud alumni of UCLA Extension Writer's Program; Personal Essay & Memoir.

Photography & Music[edit]

2010, recorded “Coattail Glide” with Raymond Pettibon and band The Niche Makers.

In 2011, Angela curated Fuck Pretty; a critically acclaimed, photography exhibition at the Robert Berman Gallery featuring important and emerging female photographers.

Special Interests[edit]

Angela, a committed advocate for children in foster care, lectures on issues of healing PTSD, child abuse, human trafficking, and intimacy.

2015 Lectured on 'Alternative Trauma Treatment' at ICAN Nexus Conference;'Violence Within the Home and its Effects on Children'.

2015 Adjunct lecturer at the UCLA Professional Producing Program.

2012 - 2018 Curated the Children's Action Network 'Heart Gallery'; a special exhibit of photographs featuring Los Angeles foster youth hoping for a loving adoptive family, designed to highlight the need to find adoptive families for waiting children.

Radio and podcast appearances[edit]

Featherstone appeared on Ken Reid's TV Guidance Counselor podcast on November 30, 2016.

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1988 Frantic Extra Uncredited
1992 Army of Darkness Girl in S Mart Uncredited
1994 Dark Angel: The Ascent Veronica Direct to Video
1995 The Pompatus of Love Times Square Kisser
1996 Illtown Lilly
1997 Con Air Ginny
1998 Zero Effect Jess
1998 The Wedding Singer Linda
1999 200 Cigarettes Caitlyn
1999 Rituals and Resolutions Mirabell Short
2000 Takedown Julia
2000 The Guilty Tanya Duncan
2000 Skipped Parts Delores
2000 Ivans Xtc Amanda Hill
2001 Soul Survivors Raven
2002 Pressure Amber
2002 One Way Out Gwen Buckley
2003 Reeseville Judith Meyers
2006 Mother Carolyn Short
2006 Love Hollywood Style Cathy Sherman
2008 What Doesn't Kill You Katie
2009 The Soloist Commuter #1 Uncredited
2010 Beneath the Dark Sandy
2016 My Dead Boyfriend Norma

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1991 The Kids in the Hall Strip Club On-looker 1 Episode, Episode #3.1
1993 Northern Exposure Carla 1 Episode, Jaws of Life
1994 New York Undercover Angela Mancini 1 Episode, Garbage
1995 The Wright Verdicts Michelle Farnon 1 Episode, Sins of the Father
1995 Family of Cops Jackie Fein TV Movie
1997 Breach of Faith: A Family of Cops 2 Jackie Fein TV Movie
1997 Friends Chloe 2 Episodes
1997 - 1999 Cracker Det. Hannah Tyler 14 Episodes
1998 Seinfeld Cindy 1 Episode, The Maid
2000 Jack & Jill Lucy 3 Episodes
2000 Providence Andi Paulsen 9 Episodes
2002 Federal Protection Leigh Kirkindall TV Movie
2003 Dragnet Amy Halsted 1 Episode, Let's Make a Deal
2003 The Twilight Zone Kate Graham 1 Episode, Burned
2003 - 2004 The Guardian Suzanne Pell 10 Episodes
2006 Caved In: Prehistoric Terror Samantha Palmer TV Movie
2006 - 2009 Exes & Ohs Kris 14 Episodes
2010 Huge Teal 2 Episodes
2013 Girls Jame 1 Episode, Bad Friend
2016 Ray Donovan Mental Patient 1 Episode, The Texan

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