Polly Draper

Polly Draper

About Polly Draper

Polly Carey Draper (born June 15, 1955) is an American actress, writer, producer, and director. Draper received a Emmy Award nomination, New York Magazine's Best Broadway Actress award, and two Writers Guild of America (WGA) Award nominations, winning one WGA. She also won awards at the Giffoni Film Festival and Hamptons International Film Festival. Draper speaks in a 'trademark throaty voice'. Draper began her acting career appearing in countless off-Broadway productions, including a role in Split in 1980. She later gained recognition for her role on the ABC prime-time television drama Thirtysomething, which broadcasted from 1987--91 and earned her an Emmy nomination.

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