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Caitlin Dulany is an American actress and activist.
She was born in Iowa City, Iowa. Once her family moved to Brooklyn, New York, she attended St. Ann’s School in Brooklyn Heights, where her mother, Barry Dulany, was a teacher. Her father, Harris Dulany, a novelist and poet, also made films with documentary photographer and filmmaker, Danny Lyon, a close family friend. Following multiple accusations against Harvey Weinstein, Dulany and Jessica Barth launched Voices in Action.
Dulany's career began at the age of 14 when she was cast in an off-Broadway play, Playing Dolls at Ensemble Studio Theatre in Manhattan. She subsequently graduated from Northwestern University with a BA in Theatre, and pursued a bi coastal acting career.
Her film work includes the Todd Phillip’s produced Project X, Spike Lee’s Oldboy and Akiva Goldsman’s directorial debut, Winter's Tale. Among her television roles are: guest appearances on Law and Order, CSI: Miami, Castle and Criminal Minds. She has also played recurring roles as a love interest to Anthony Edwards on ER and as Holly Hunter’s sister on Saving Grace.
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