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April 29, 1958 |
Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Not to be confused with Laura Harring.
Laura Harrington (born April 29, 1958) is an American actress.
Harrington is perhaps best known for her role as the main character's sister in the 1993 film What's Eating Gilbert Grape. Her character was aged around 20 though the actress herself was 35 at the time. She has also had a prominent role in the 1986 film Maximum Overdrive, written and directed by horror novelist Stephen King, in which she played the love interest to Emilio Estevez's character.
She also had a supporting role in the 1997 film The Devil's Advocate, alongside Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino. Harrington has also appeared in television series including Quantum Leap. She also co-wrote the script for the film The Moon and the Sun.
|1981||Dark End of the Street, TheThe Dark End of the Street||Donna|
|1984||Joy of Sex||Pretty Girl #2|
|1984||Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, TheThe Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension||Mrs. Johnson|
|1987||Verne Miller Story, TheThe Verne Miller Story||Judge's Daughter|
|1990||Midnight Cabaret, TheThe Midnight Cabaret||Tanya Richards|
|1993||What's Eating Gilbert Grape||Amy Grape|
|1997||Devil's Advocate, TheThe Devil's Advocate||Melissa Black|
|1985||Not My Kid||Melody||TV film|
|1987||Faerie Tale Theatre||Coretta||"The Dancing Princesses"|
|1988||Vietnam War Story||Meg Taylor||"The Promise"|
|1989||L.A. Takedown||Eady||TV film|
|1989||Perfect Witness||Jeanie Paxton||TV film|
|1989||Quantum Leap||Connie LaMotta||"Jimmy"|
|1990||Equal Justice||Paula Jenkins||"The Art of the Possible"|
|1990||Against the Law||Sonia Kolowicz||"Where the Truth Lies"|
|1990||Cop Rock||"The Cocaine Mutiny"|
|1992||Secret, TheThe Secret||Meredith Dunmore||TV film|
|1992||Quantum Leap||Connie LaMotta||"Deliver Us from Evil"|
|1993||Linda||Stella Jeffries||TV film|
|1994||Dead Air||Susan||TV film|
|1999||Providence||Gina Vinton||"Two to Tango"|