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Cheryl Hines
Cheryl Hines

Cheryl Hines is a two-time Emmy nominee for her role as Cheryl David on HBO’s Golden Globe Award-winning series “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” the brainchild of “Seinfeld” co-creator Larry David.  The show’s seventh season recently completed airing and generated the most viewers to date.

Cheryl’s feature film directorial debut, “Serious Moonlight” was released this past December through distributed Magnolia Films.  The film premiered with critical acclaim at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.  The screenplay was written by the late Adrienne Shelly, who directed Cheryl in the critically acclaimed “Waitress.”  The film is a dark comedy centered on the troubled marriage of a high-powered female attorney (played by Meg Ryan) who learns that her husband (Timothy Hutton) is about to leave her for another woman.  

Cheryl was recently seen in a major story arc on ABC’s drama series “Brothers and Sisters.”  Other network television projects Cheryl has been involved with include a starring role opposite Megan Mullally in the ABC Television Network series “In the Motherhood,” a single camera comedy series chronicling the hilarious ups and downs of motherhood.  Cheryl has also produced and directed various television projects, including the award-winning comedy series “Campus Ladies” for the Oxygen Channel and the Starz Networks original comedy series “Hollywood Residential.”    Cheryl’s next television producing project is the NBC two-hour special “School Pride” scheduled to air in fall 2010.  The special deals with renovating a deteriorating school while at the same time revitalizing the community encouraging student pride and academic improvement.

Cheryl is also one of Hollywood’s busiest actresses with starring roles in a number of critically acclaimed feature films and box office hits including “The Ugly Truth,” “RV,” “Waitress,” “The Grand” and “Bart Got A Room.”