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Kerri Randles

Writer, Actor
Kerri Lee Randles (born June 15, 1971) is an American actress, writer and producer. --- Randles was born in Decatur, Illinois, the daughter of Virginia, a secretary, and Terry, a business owner. She attended the University of Illinois at Chicago with an art scholarship but soon switched her major to Theatre. She studied theatre at Victory Gardens with Steven Ivcich and was part of improv with Mick Napier at the Annoyance Theater. She worked on John Hughes' films, Home Alone and Curly Sue as an extra, before earning a chance to audition in Hollywood for Roseanne. Randles' first break came in 1993 when Oliver Stone gave her a bit part in Heaven & Earth, earning Kerri her Screen Actors Guild card. Her first supporting role came in 1994 when she played Missy in the Showtime Rebel Highway series, Jailbreakers, directed by William Friedkin. Subsequent roles after that included Marilyn Monroe, in Introducing Dorothy Dandridge for HBO, directed by Martha Coolidge, Poor White Trash, and Scenes of the Crime. She worked with Angelina Jolie on Clint Eastwood's, Changeling. --- Kerri is also an avid collector of art and is known to produce shows for artists. She collaborated on the Banksy, Barely Legal, Los Angeles show in 2006, and also produced The Sex Lives of Mannequins (Chicago and LA), for Charles Evans, Jr., producer of The Aviator.

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June 15, 1971 (age 52)
Writer, Actor
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