Rebecca Pidgeon (Catherine Winslow) combines two successful careers as an actress and singer/songwriter. She recently starred with Campbell Scott and Steve Martin in her husband David Mamet's acclaimed thriller "The Spanish Prisoner," and appeared in the Broadway production of Mamet's "The Old Neighborhood." She previously starred in two of Mamet's other plays, "Oleanna" in New York and "Speed-the-Plow" at the Royal National Theatre in London, and the TV movie "The Water Engine." Trained at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Pidgeon's other stage credits include "School for Scandal" at Cambridge Theatre Company and "The Changeling," "When We Were Women" and "Bow Down" at the Royal National Theatre.
As a singer, Pidgeon has recorded two albums with the British folk/pop band Ruby Blue and three solo albums for Chesky Records: "The Raven," "The New York Girl's Club," and "Four Marys." She also composed the music for Mamet's film version of "Oleanna."
Pidgeon's film career began with Mamet's "Homicide" in 1991. She appeared in the TV movie "She's Been Away" with Peggy Ashcroft, and the feature film "The Dawning," playing opposite Anthony Hopkins and Hugh Grant.
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