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Academy Award Winner Anjelica Huston Cast in Spielberg’s ‘Smash’

She took home the award for Best Supporting Actress in a great movie ‘Prizzi’s Honor’ and performed in seven episodes of the television show Medium in 2008.  She comes from incredible acting DNA as her father John and grandfather Walter, are both Academy Award winners as well.

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Anjelica Huston and Wanda De Jesus

Anjelica Huston and Wanda De Jesus

Now Anjelica Huston is returning to the small screen being cast in Steven Spielberg’s Smash coming to NBC.  She’ll be perfect in the role of a cynical but very smart theater producer in her first ever regular series role on television.

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