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Faith Prince (born August 5, 1957) is an award-winning American actress and singer known primarily for her work on Broadway.
She was born in Augusta, Georgia and raised in Lynchburg, Virginia, where she dabbled in theater at E.C. Glass High School. She made her Broadway debut in Jerome Robbins' Broadway (1989) and followed this with a role in the ill-fated Nick and Nora. She fully established herself as a Broadway star with her portrayal of Adelaide in the 1992 revival of Guys and Dolls, for which she won both the Tony and Drama Desk Award as Best Actress in a Musical.
Prince has appeared in the films The Last Dragon (1985), Dave (1993), and Picture Perfect (1997), among others.
Her television credits include the shortlived High Society (1995) opposite Jean Smart, recurring roles on Spin City (1997-2000) and Huff (2004-2005), in addition to guest appearances on Remington Steele, Law and Order, Monk, House, and Grey's Anatomy.
A live recording of her 2005 cabaret debut at Joe's Pub (located in The Public Theater complex in lower Manhattan), entitled A Leap of Faith, was released on the DRG Records label. She also participated in studio recordings of the scores from the ill-fated Broadway musical version of Breakfast at Tiffany's and Jerry Herman's unproduced project, Miss Spectacular.
Prince is married to trumpeter Larry Lunetta. The couple resides in Los Angeles with their son Henry. She is related to neither Hal nor Daisy Prince.
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