Joanna Going


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Biography:
Birth Name: Joanna Going
Born: 07/22/1963
Birth Place: Washington, Washington D.C., USA

Going made an impressive film debut as Kevin Costner's second wife in the overproduced (and overlong) "Wyatt Earp" (1994). As Josephine (Josie) Marcus, a Jewish actress originally engaged to a rival of Earp's, Going displayed a gutsy adventuresome quality and more than held her own against her impressive co-star. She received critical acclaim for her portrayal of the youthful version of Jean Simmons' character in Jocelyn Moorhouse's "How to Make an American Quilt" and appeared briefly as an anti-war demonstrator in Oliver Stone's "Nixon" (both 1995). 1997 shaped up as a good year for the actress who had three roles that demonstrated her versality: she was the eldest "good" sister of Liv Tyle... Continue Bio >>

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