Diane Lane

Diane Lane

Date of Birth

Birthday: January 22
Birthplace: New York City, New York

Diane Lane has starred as unfaithful wife “Connie Sumner” alongside Richard Gere in Unfaithful, as “Christina Cotter,” love interest of Mark Wahlberg, in The Perfect Storm, as “Mary Rice” in Jumper, “Jennifer Marsh” in the crime thriller Untraceable and “Penny Chenery” in Secretariat. She was nominated for an Emmy® Award for her performance in miniseries Lonesome Dove. Lane played “Pat Loud” in the HBO movie Cinema Verite, with a cast that included Tim Robbins and James Gandolfini.

Diane Lane has starred as unfaithful wife “Connie Sumner” alongside Richard Gere in Unfaithful, as “Christina Cotter,” love interest of Mark Wahlberg, in The Perfect Storm, as “Mary Rice” in Jumper, “Jennifer Marsh” in the crime thriller Untraceable and “Penny Chenery” in Secretariat. She was nominated for an Emmy® Award for her performance in miniseries Lonesome Dove. Lane played “Pat Loud” in the HBO movie Cinema Verite, with a cast that included Tim Robbins and James Gandolfini. She is married to actor Josh Brolin (W, True Grit).

More about the movie at the official Cinema Verite site.

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Awards & Nominations

2 Nominations
Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie - 2011
  • Nominee
  • Diane Lane, as Patricia Loud
  • Cinema Verite
  • HBO
  • A Pariah Production in association with HBO Films
(L-R) Diane Lane and Josh Brolin arrive at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards
Diane Lane arrives at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards
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(L-R) Diane Lane and Josh Brolin arrive at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards
Diane Lane arrives at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards
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