Geraldine Hughes

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Geraldine Hughes (born 1970) is a Northern Irish film, television and stage, actress. She was born in West Belfast and lived in the Divis flats for a time. She won a private scholarship and attended university in America.

She is best known for her portrayal of "Little Marie" in 2006's Rocky Balboa. Hughes also wrote and performed a one-woman show entitled Belfast Blues in New York City and appeared on television on ER and Profiler, among others. In 2008, she played Clint Eastwood's daughter-in-law in Gran Torino.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Geraldine Hughes (born 1970) is a Northern Irish film, television and stage, actress. She was born in West Belfast and lived in the Divis flats for a time. She won a private scholarship and attended university in America.

She is best known for her portrayal of "Little Marie" in 2006's Rocky Balboa. Hughes also wrote and performed a one-woman show entitled Belfast Blues in New York City and appeared on television on ER and Profiler, among others. In 2008, she played Clint Eastwood's daughter-in-law in Gran Torino.

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Known Credits 18

Birthday 1970

Place of Birth Belfast - Northern Ireland - UK

Adult Actor False

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2014 Time Out of Mind as Maire
2013 The Blacklist(1 episode)
2013 The Blacklist(1 episode) as Dr. Nina
2013 Killing Lincoln as Mary Todd Lincoln
2012 Dead Souls as Mary Petrie
2010 Blue Bloods(1 episode) as Meara McGuire
2009 The Good Wife(1 episode)
2009 Pumpgirl as Sinead
2008 Gran Torino as Karen Kowalski
2006 Rocky Balboa as Marie
2003 Duplex as Receptionist
2003 Oliver Beene(1 episode)
2001 The Guardian(1 episode)
1999 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit(1 episode)
1996 Profiler(1 episode)
1994 ER(1 episode)
1990 Law & Order(1 episode)
1985 Children in the Crossfire as Mary
1951 Hallmark Hall of Fame(1 episode)

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