Cara Buono Biography
Cara Buono is a bright-eyed young actress whose theatrical and TV career
took off while she was still a college student with the title role in the lauded
CBS Schoolbreak Special, "Abby, My Love" (1991) as an incest survivor, and on
Broadway in "Some Americans Abroad", as one of the open yet philistine American
Cara Buono's Mediterranean good looks have slated her for "ethnic" roles such
as the young Diane Lowe in the series, "I'll Fly Away" (1992), whose inter-faith
romance is an issue in the small-town South of the 50s, and as an innocent
Italian-American hairdresser Rose Polito, the lead in an episode of "Tribeca"
Cara Buono's film credits include "Waterland" (1992), where she played one of
the students, and "The Cowboy Way" (1994), portraying a kidnapped Cuban
immigrant reliant on the hayseeds Kiefer Sutherland and Woody Harrelson.
- Born: on 03/01/1971 in Bronx, New YorkJob Titles: Actor,
- Columbia University, New York, New York, English and political science,
- Raised in New York City
- 1984 Stage acting debut "Spookhouse" (date approximate)
- 1989 TV acting debut, "Dream Street"
- 1990 First Broadway supporting role, "Some Americans Abroad"
- 1991 First starring TV role as Abby in "Abby, My Love"
- 1992 Feature acting debut, "Gladiator"
- 1994 First leading role in a feature, "The Cowboy Way"
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