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Hines at the 83rd Academy Awards in 2011
|Born||Cheryl Ruth Hines
September 21, 1965
Miami Beach, Florida, U.S.
|Television||Curb Your Enthusiasm
Father of the Pride
|Spouse(s)||Paul Young (m. 2002; div. 2010)
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (m. 2014)
She also starred as Dallas Royce on the ABC sitcom Suburgatory. In 2009, she made her directorial debut with Serious Moonlight. She is also a poker enthusiast with career winnings totaling $50,000.
Part of her family came from Frostproof, Florida, but she grew up in Tallahassee, where she was a member of the Young Actors Theatre throughout high school. Hines also attended Lively Technical Center and Tallahassee Community College in Tallahassee. She was raised Catholic and has two brothers and a sister. She attended West Virginia University and Florida State University before graduating from the University of Central Florida.
Before getting her break in Hollywood, Hines worked as a waitress, television reporter, and telephone operator, as well as personal assistant to Rob Reiner, when she moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting. Though Reiner did not play a critical role in her career, he would watch her shows when she began acting. She has had guest appearances on television shows such as Swamp Thing and Unsolved Mysteries.
Hines began her acting career by doing improvisational comedy at The Groundlings Theater. Among the people she studied with was Lisa Kudrow. She also learned to write comedy sketches, which served her well when working on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm as Larry David's fictional wife, Cheryl. The show is written using the retroscripting technique, in which the plot outlines are generally and loosely drawn, and the individual actors improvise to create the dialogue.
"When the show first came out, people from Tallahassee thought, 'Well, maybe Cheryl got married'", she recalls of the show's initial reception. "Sometimes, I do feel like I live two lives." Hines received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her work on Curb Your Enthusiasm in 2003 and 2006. Speaking about being cast on the show, Hines has said that "Until Curb, I’d done small roles, really small roles. They wanted to cast an unknown actress. It worked in my favor that I hadn’t done anything. It changed my life."
In movies, she was one of the stars of RV opposite Robin Williams, Waitress with Keri Russell, and the 2008 mockumentary comedy The Grand, a spoof of the World Series of Poker. Her 2009 directorial debut Serious Moonlight stars Meg Ryan with a script by the late Adrienne Shelly, Hines's co-star in Waitress.
During the 2009-2010 season of Brothers and Sisters, she guest-starred as Kitty Walker McCallister's campaign manager, Buffy. It was announced in July 2010 that Hines would be joining the cast of the new Nickelodeon films based on their series The Fairly OddParents, A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up Timmy Turner! and A Fairly Odd Christmas. She played Wanda, the main character's (Timmy's) godmother.
Hines serves as the executive producer for the 2010 reality series School Pride, which follows the renovation of a different school each week. Hines starred as Dallas Royce on the ABC sitcom Suburgatory and in We Need Help a web series aired on Yahoo Screen.
Personal life and charitiesEdit
Hines married Paul Young, founder of the management firm Principato-Young, on December 30, 2002. They have one child, daughter Catherine Rose Young, b. March 8, 2004. On July 20, 2010, Hines and Young filed papers for their divorce after nearly eight years of marriage.
Upon discovering that her nephew was born with cerebral palsy, Hines contacted United Cerebral Palsy for answers and resources. Over time, she became involved with UCP and has used her celebrity status to help elevate its visibility. Hines serves on the Board of Trustees of United Cerebral Palsy. Hines and her family won $25,000 for UCP on the July 12, 2015 episode of Celebrity Family Feud.
|1993||Swamp Thing||Louise Brenner||Episode: "Heart of the Mantis"|
|1996||Cheap Curry and Calculus||Sheila||Short film|
|1997||Unsolved Mysteries||Sharon Berman (Ashely's mother)||Episode: "9.18"|
|1998||Wayans Bros., TheThe Wayans Bros.||Helen||Episode: "Six Degrees of Marlon"|
|Suddenly Susan||Debbie||Episode: "Poetry in Notion"|
|1999||Suddenly Susan||Marla||Episode: "The Cheerleaders"|
|Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm||Cheryl David||TV movie|
|2000||Friends||Woman #2||Episode: "The One with Rachel's Sister"|
|2000–2011; 2017||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Cheryl David||Main Role; 70 episodes|
|2002||So Little Time||Episode: "The Job"|
|Everybody Loves Raymond||Lauren Williamson||Episode: "Annoying Kid"|
|2003||Reno 911!||Trailer Park Lady||Episode: "Terrorist Training: Part 1"|
|Tale of Two Wives, AA Tale of Two Wives||Rose Goodman||TV movie|
|Wanda at Large||Dr. Linda||Episode: "Did Wanda Say a Four Letter Word?"|
|2004||Along Came Polly||Catering Manager|
|2004–2005||Father of the Pride||Kate (voice)||14 episodes|
|Herbie: Fully Loaded||Sally|
|Our Very Own||Sally Crowder|
|2006||Scrubs||Paige Cox||Episode: "My New God"|
|Bickford Shmeckler's Cool Ideas||Professor Adams|
|Keeping Up with the Steins||Casey Nudelman|
|Jack's Big Music Show||Sudsy Bubblestein||Episode: "Mel's Bath Day"|
|Goodnight Vagina||Meg March||Short film|
|Grand, TheThe Grand||Lainie Schwartzman|
|Henry Poole Is Here||Meg Wyatt|
|Bart Got a Room||Beth Stein|
|Space Chimps||Luna (voice)|
|2009||All in the Bunker||Eva Braun||Short film|
|Hannah Montana||Catherine York||Episode: "What I Don't Like About You"|
|Labor Pains||Lisa DePardo|
|In the Motherhood||Jane||7 episodes|
|Ugly Truth, TheThe Ugly Truth||Georgia|
|2010||Legend of Secret Pass, TheThe Legend of Secret Pass||Nitika (voice)|
|Wright vs. Wrong||Keri Daly||TV movie|
|Love Bites||Kristen Lerner||Episode: "TMI"|
|Super Hero Squad Show, TheThe Super Hero Squad Show||Stardust (voice)||Episode: "Last Exit Before Doomsday"
Episode: "This Al Dente Earth"
|Brothers & Sisters||Buffy McCreary||3 episodes|
|Space Chimps 2: Zartog Strikes Back||Luna (voice)|
|2011||Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!, AA Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!||Wanda||TV movie|
|2011–2014||Suburgatory||Dallas Royce||Main role; 56 episodes|
|2012||A Fairly Odd Christmas||Wanda||TV movie|
|2013||Hollywood Game Night||Herself||Episode: "Don't Kill My Buzz-er"
Episode: "T'was the Game Night Before Christmas"
|2014||Life After Beth||Judy Orfman|
|The Crazy Ones||Beth Minker||Episode: "Zach Mitzvah"|
|Think Like a Man 2||Andrea|
|2015||Christmas Eve||Dawn||Also known as Stuck|
|The Middle||Dr. Sommer Samuelson||Episode: "The Convention"|
|2016||Young & Hungry||Kathy Kaminski||Episode: "Young & Parents"|
|Nine Lives||Madison Camden|
|2016–2017||Son of Zorn||Edie||Main role|
|A Bad Moms Christmas||Kiki's Mother||Post-production|
|2006–2007||Campus Ladies||3 episodes|
|2008||Hollywood Residential||TV series|
|2006||Campus Ladies||Episode: "No Means No"|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|List of awards and nominations|
|2003||Emmy Awards||Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Nominated|
|2005||Gracie Award||Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Won|
|2006||Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Nominated|
|2006||Emmy Awards||Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Nominated|
|2007||Monte Carlo TV Festival||Outstanding Actress – Comedy Series||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Nominated|
|2010||Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Nominated|
|2012||Critics' Choice Television Award||Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Comedy Supporting Actress||Suburgatory||Nominated|
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