Calista Flockhart

Total Box Office:
 $0.4M
Highest Rated:
77% The Birdcage (1996)
Lowest Rated:
42% Naked in New York (1993)
Birthday:
Nov 11
Birthplace:
Freeport, Illinois, USA
Bio:
Stage and screen actress, TV star, and the object of endless eating disorder rumors, Calista Flockhart earned fame, fortune, and post-feminist icon status as the eponymous heroine of David E. Kelley's acclaimed TV series Ally McBeal. Since becoming known for her role as the famously neurotic,…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Fragile
  • Actor
-- 2013
Halloween Stories Collection
  • Actor
-- 2010
Knuffle Bunny & More Great Childhood Adventure Stories
  • Actor
-- 2007
Frágiles (Fragile)
  • Amy
-- 2005
61% The Last Shot
  • Valerie Weston
$0.4M 2004
America: A Tribute to Heroes
  • Actor
-- 2001
74% Things You Can Tell Just By Looking At Her
  • Christine
-- 2000
Bash
  • Actor
-- 2000
67% A Midsummer Night's Dream
  • Helena
-- 1999
50% Drunks
  • Actor
-- 1997
63% Telling Lies In America
  • Diney Majeski
-- 1997
Milk & Money
  • Christine
-- 1996
77% The Birdcage
  • Barbara Keeley
-- 1996
Pictures of Baby Jane Doe
  • Jane Doe
-- 1995
Getting In
  • Actor
-- 1994
42% Naked in New York
  • Actor
-- 1993


TV SERIES   

Rating Title Credit Year
Brothers & Sisters
2006-2011
  • Kitty Walker
  • Kitty
2006 - 2011

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Quotes from Calista Flockhart's Characters

    1. Helen: He broke his leg the other night.
    2. Amy: How did that happen?
    3. Helen: That's the question.
    From Frágiles (Fragile). Submitted by Frances H (15 months ago)
    1. Senator Keeley: I don't understand.
    2. Barbara Keeley: He's a man, the're both men.
    3. Senator Keeley: Can't be, you can't be jewish.
    4. Barbara Keeley: No Kevin, Kevin, Kevin. This is a man.
    5. Senator Keeley: What?
    6. Louise Keeley: Don't you understand the're gay. They own the drag club downstairs, the're two men.
    From The Birdcage. Submitted by Daniel R (21 months ago)
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