• 28 October 1950
  •  Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA

Audrie Neenan


Audrie Neenan made her Broadway debut opposite Faye Dunaway in William Alfred's "Curse of an Aching Heart", directed by Gerald Gutierrez. She has also appeared in such shows as "The Odd Couple" (as "Florence Unger" in the female version) at the Broadhurst and, as "Irma Kronkite" in "Picnic" with Debra Monk at the Roundabout. She is also a versatile regional actress, appearing in plays at the Seattle Rep, The Apollo ("Tintypes", for which she won the Joseph Jefferson award), the Chicago Shakespeare Festival, the Actor's Theatre of Louisville, and, most recently, the Yale Rep, where she starred in "The Adventures of Amy Bock". She is also a frequent television guest star, appearing in such shows as Friends (1994), Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993), Cosby (1996) and The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962). She is a company member of Chicago's famous, "The Second City".


Movie Name Release Date
Ο βρόμικος Χάρι – Sudden Impact (1983) December 9, 1983