Mamie Gummer

Mamie Gummer

Episode:
THE REAL ME: The Last Train to Nibroc by Arlene Hutton

Mamie made her New York stage debut in 2005 starring in the Roundabout Theatre production of Mr. Marmalde, for which she earned a Theatre World Award. Other Off-Broadway credits include: Theresa Rebeck’s The Water’s Edge (Second Stage Theatre- Lucille Lortel Award nomination); Lillian Hellman’s The Autumn Garden (Williamstown Theatre Festival) and Uncle Vanya (dir. Austin Pendleton, Classic Stage Company, Lucille Lortel Award nomination). Her Broadway debut was in Christopher Hampton’s Les Liasons Dangereuse (dir. Rufus Norris). She recently received great acclaim for her performance in The School For Lies (Classic Stage Company). Ms. Gummer has previously appeared on-screen in Taking Woodstock, Lasse Hallström’s The Hoax, Evening; Stop Loss; Loss of a Teardrop Diamond, from a screenplay by Tennessee Williams; and in Will Frears’ Coach. Recent film credits include The Lightkeepers and Jeff Lipsky’s Twelve Thirty. On TV, Ms. Gummer has been seen in Tom Hooper’s Emmy Award-winning miniseries “John Adams”, “The Good Wife” (CBS), “The Big C” (SHOWTIME) and “Off the Map” (ABC). She will next be seen starring in the upcoming CW show, “Emily Owens”, premiering in early October 2012. Learn more about her at mamie-gummer.com